Divorce Attorney Scott J. Stadler

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  • Public Access to Divorce Records

    For most people, the divorce process is an extremely intimate experience. The divorce process inherently involves very private, personal information and details that many people do not want to share openly. Given the extremely personal nature of the Florida divorce process, it may be surprising for some people to know that Florida divorce records are

  • Protective Injunctions and Requirements of Proof

    Divorce is a difficult decision. Choosing to pursue divorce involves a great deal of personal reflection and planning. It is never easy to see a relationship that you have invested so much time and energy in begin to fall apart. There are a number of reasons that people choose to pursue divorce, each reason personal

  • An Overview of the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF)

    While there can be many reasons to initiate family law proceedings, most can be fairly difficult to deal with, both emotionally and financially. Sometimes, however, there is an underlying need for further assistance that an individual might not be able to attain on his or her own. In many cases, such people are those who

  • Advancement of Child Custody Reform in Florida

    Family law matters can contain a number of emotional and complex topics. Whether it is the division of property or determining spousal support, there are matters that can change people’s lives. Perhaps no issue, however, has more impact on the lives of parties to a divorce than that of child custody. While some people might

  • Can a Court Order Attorney Fees in a Family Law Case?

    While it is no surprise that a family law case can be a costly ordeal both financially and emotionally, there are some things that can be easy to overlook while involved in divorce proceedings. Due to the personal nature of family law cases, it can be easy to drag things out or to try and

  • The Complex Nature of Domestic Violence Charges in Divorce

    It is no surprise that a divorce can be an emotionally charged matter. Not only must people deal with putting an end to a former relationship, but also, they will likely be faced with a number of other stresses, including beginning a new life apart from the other spouse and possibly creating a co-parenting plan.

  • Protective Orders and Divorce in Florida

    When most people enter into a relationship, they do not seek out to be abused by another person. Unfortunately, there are cases in which spouses, or significant others, have taken physical action against their partners. Fortunately, there are steps that individuals can take in order to protect themselves from abusive relationships. When is a Protective

  • Understanding Parental Responsibility Evaluations in Florida

    There are few issues as emotional and stressful as that of child custody and visitation. While every child custody case is focused solely on the best interests of the child, the overall process of deciding how much time a child gets to spend with each parent can be heart-wrenching. While many parents may feel like

  • Will My Children Have to Testify in My Divorce Case?

    Going through a divorce can be a stressful and emotional time in a person’s life. This can be even truer for any children involved, as they generally have little to no say in the process. That being said, there are times when questions arise in court and when children might have answers that need to

  • Avoiding Common Social Media Pitfalls

    In the age of information, it is easier than ever to stay in touch with people. With that connectivity, however, come several drawbacks. Words that are said on social media services are rarely private, and in many situations they have been used as evidence in legal cases. While there are a number of social media