Category Archives: Family Law
Decisions That Parents With Shared Parental Responsibility Should Make Together After A Divorce
In Florida, crucial child-related decisions must be made when parents get a divorce. One of the most vital child-related decisions… Read More »
Ways Of Dealing With Parental Alienation During Divorce
Deciding on a parenting plan, child support, and the best way to co-parent can add a level of complexity to… Read More »
Maintaining Financial Health After A Divorce
After divorce, moving forward financially as a single person can be overwhelming. After a divorce, adjusting to a new standard… Read More »
How To Prepare For Family Law Court
If your family law case has been set for trial, you are probably panicking and asking yourself a million and… Read More »
Alcohol Addiction And Timesharing Decisions
In Florida, courts are required to make a child’s best interest the primary consideration when making timesharing decisions. This means… Read More »
Five Things Children Do Not Want Their Parents To Do During and After Divorce
No one gets married expecting to get a divorce in the future. However, the reality is that divorces happen all… Read More »
Can A Prenuptial Agreement Make The Divorce Process Simpler?
The divorce process can be extremely complicated. This is mainly because, during divorce, spouses need to make several crucial decisions… Read More »
How Can Divorcing Parents Reduce The Negative Impact Of Divorce On Their Children?
Divorce can be difficult for the divorcing parties. Unfortunately, when children are involved, divorce can be more difficult on the… Read More »
Does Bankruptcy Affect Child Support And Alimony Obligations?
When two people divorce, the court may order one party to pay the other alimony. Alimony payments are ordered in… Read More »
Resolving Visitation And Timesharing Matters In A Collaborative Environment
Often, people assume that all visitation and timesharing cases go to trial. This is far from the truth. Many parental… Read More »