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April 4, 2019

     It’s tax season, which means that there will be roughly a 50/50 split on parents who are getting a refund this year and parents that are paying. If you have previously been through a divorce or paternity case, there is likely language in your Final Judgment regard...

November 7, 2018

Now that the school year is in full swing, some parents are finding that enrollment may include some requirements as to vaccinations. If you and your child's parent share the same opinion on vaccinations, then getting your child's shots should be (relatively!) painless...

July 18, 2018

I RECEIVED A LETTER FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE. WHAT DO I DO?

It is not unusual that after a separation or a break-up where a minor child is involved, that one party will turn to the State of Florida for financial assistance. When this occurs, the other parent may r...

April 2, 2018

When facing divorce, couples may decide navigate their divorce without representation.  The reason for this choices may be personal or financial, but the impact on your divorce will be significant. Below, we have answered some common questions about retaining counsel:...

March 12, 2018

The week of spring break is often a busy one for a family.  Whether you plan to go on a family vacation or stay home with a full house, there is lots of planning that must be done by parents in order to coordinate the family’s schedule with this week.  Planning for spr...

November 27, 2017

The Holiday season is fast approaching. With it comes all those familiar stress factors for divorced and separated families. The Holidays bring home the thought of coming together as a family. It's often thought that a successful holiday season means one big, happy fam...

September 20, 2017

Cases concerning children are some of the most difficult that come into family court. Deciding child custody issues can be a heartbreakingly slow process, but in some circumstances, there simply isn't time to wait for the full resolution of your case. If the safety and...

August 11, 2017

As children head back to school, there are so many things to be concerned with-- class schedules, school supplies and a calendar full of activities. While this time of transition can be often be hectic, co-parenting can add stress to everyone involved and unfortunately...

May 23, 2017

It's increasingly common for children of divorce to live between two homes as shared parental responsibility and equal timesharing(visitation) become prevalent in Florida divorce actions. While these arrangements provide the benefit of meaningful relationships with bot...

April 20, 2017

In most Florida divorces involving children, a parenting plan is created to assist the parents with the task of shared parenting. Florida Statutes Chapter 61.13 governs the creation, modification and interpretation of parenting plans. Put simply, a parenting plan is a...

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