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  • Taking The Leap

    In a recent article we talked about the fact that January is a very popular month for people to file for divorce, for a number of reasons.  In this article we are going to talk about what to do if you have decided that your marriage has gotten to the point where the only answer

  • January Divorce Filings

    It is very interesting to note that in January, the rate of divorce filings increases dramatically.  According to general belief, the rate climbs as much as 33% in January.  Rumor has it that January is known as “divorce season.”  Actually, the first three months of the year are “divorce season,” as the filings spike in

  • Dis-Establishing Paternity

    What is Paternity? Paternity is basically parental right and obligation of a father.  You have the right to make decisions on behalf of your child, or minor in your care, if you are the presumed, proven or appointed legal guardian.  You also have the obligation to protect, maintain and care for said child or minor.  

  • Coping With the Holidays

    The holidays are upon us, and for the newly divorced, or those in the process of a divorce, coping with the holidays can be a bit rough emotionally.  Even if you were the one who initiated the divorce, the changes in your life can take an emotional toll during the holidays.  You may be feeling

  • The Effect of the SCRA on Child Custody

    When a servicemember who has primary custody of a child deploys they must have a family care plan that lays out who will take care of the child(ren) during their absence. A dispute over custody can arise when a third party, usually a grandparent or another close relative of the servicemember, is given physical custody

  • Financial Disclosure in a Florida Divorce

    If there are issues of child support, division of marital assets and possibly alimony, one of the necessary parts of a divorce proceeding in Florida is the mandatory financial disclosure of the parties. Sometimes the extent of the disclosure comes as a bit of a shock, because it requires an in-depth analysis of the financial

  • Interstate Child Support – Part 2

    Interstate Child Support – Part 2

    Interstate Child Support – Part 2: Modication of Interstate Child Support In Part I of Interstate Child Support we discussed enforcing child support orders when one, or both, parents no longer reside in Florida. But what if you want to modify your child support order? Whether you are seeking to lower your child support payments

  • The Deposition Process

    You have just gotten a call from your divorce attorney saying the other side’s attorney has scheduled a deposition for you. It has made you somewhat nervous, especially when your attorney says you must meet prior to the deposition to “prep” you for it. The key here – keep calm and carry on. Before you

  • Part I: Enforcement of Interstate Child Support

    Part I: Enforcement of Interstate Child Support

    An Existing Court Order The starting point for enforcement of child support payments against a parent who no longer lives in Florida begins with a child support order. An order must exist before there can be any enforcement. If you are owed child support pursuant to a divorce decree or had the courts involved in

  • Mediation – An Alternative Approach

    Mediation – An Alternative Approach

    Many times couples who are divorcing are looking for a method of resolving their disputes that offers an alternative to having a court decide such important matters as time-sharing, child support and alimony.  Even if there are major points of contention, these often can be resolved through mediation. In Florida, most courts require that the