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...

March 14, 2017

For a couple facing divorce, it's expected that the parties will divide up their furniture, their money, and general household items at the end of their marriage. When it comes to the family dog, however, deciding who gets the pet is never an easy decision. While Flori...

January 24, 2017

The days leading up to your wedding are full of excitement and promise, and there are so many things to plan--- from the flowers to the cake, ending with that tropical honeymoon destination. But in the midst of all the romantic details, many couples overlook an importa...

December 5, 2016

The holiday season is here, and while this is a time of celebration and joy, for many families, it can also bring its share of headaches. Scheduling holiday time is challenging in its own right, but for parents who share holiday time under a custody arrangement, it can...

November 1, 2016

As our society becomes increasingly mobile, it is common for a party to move away after being divorced in their home state. If you received a divorce judgment outside of Florida and now wish to enforce or modify the terms of that judgment in a Florida court, there are...

October 4, 2016

All too often, a client's first reaction to being served with divorce papers is to pack a bag and leave the marital home. While understandable, it is often completely unnecessary and may even damage your case as the divorce progresses. 

A common misconception in divorce...

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