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A Brief History of the Premarital Agreement

A premarital agreement is a relatively new concept in its current form — a means of determining the distribution of a couple’s assets in the event of death or divorce — but it is not an entirely new concept. There are a number of examples of premarital agreements throughout history — from ancient civilizations to […]

Cyberstalking on the Rise in Florida

Cyberstalking is defined as a pattern of repeated messages delivered by electronic means and designed to instill fear in the victim. Platforms for cyberstalking include Facebook, email, phone, fax, text message, Instagram and any other means available. Cyberstalkers use the anonymity of the Internet and cellphone to post threatening photos, videos and other messages to […]

How Can I Make Changes in My Parenting Plan?

During the divorce, couples with children formulate a parenting plan as part of a divorce agreement. The parenting plan includes the details of how residency and time-sharing are to be divided, as well as the particulars of managing and sharing the various responsibilities and developmental needs of children. When might modification be in order? As […]

How to Get Divorced in Florida

Florida has a number of ways for a couple to dissolve their marriage. The method the couple successfully employs depends largely on their ability to tackle the issues involved in separating their lives from one another.  If you are considering divorce and are uncertain which method is right for you and your spouse, speak with […]

How Should Parenting Time Be Divided?

Children face physical and emotional upheaval when their parents divorce. Even in the most peaceful of separations, the previously unified home of a child becomes divided when parents split up. In order to preserve the mental and physical well-being of children of divorce, Florida law holds the best interest of the child as the core […]

Who Pays College Tuition?

Many parents are intimated by the enormous expense of college education for their children. Florida law requires all parents to support their children until the age of majority. Divorced parents share the responsibility as outlined in their support agreements. Many agreements do not address the issue of higher education since the child is over 18 […]

Establishing Paternity in Florida

Fatherhood is more than just the sharing of genetic material. A biological father might have the physical choice to be involved in their child’s life, but the law requires a father to provide financial support regardless of that choice. Over the years, the tools to determine the paternity of a child have become simplified, inexpensive […]

Seven Tips for Establishing Financial Security After Divorce

You’re getting divorced, and you have never had to support yourself. There is no time like the present to start figuring it out. The decisions you make now regarding your financial situation can make or break your future security. Take a proactive approach with your finances so you feel in control and know exactly where […]

When Divorced Parents Disagree on Medical Decisions

Parents who are raising children together often find they disagree on critical decisions regarding the lives and health of their kids. When these parents divorce, they must find creative solutions for preserving their child’s best interest and keeping the channels of communication open. When a child’s health and well-being are at issue, this process can […]

Do I Need a Restraining Order?

When a separation or divorce becomes volatile with the potential for a violent confrontation, you might need a restraining order. A restraining order prohibits the person who is threatening you or your children from approaching or contacting you. What can a restraining order do? If someone is threatening you with physical harm, you can ask […]

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