Even simple, amicable divorces involve many unforeseen details. To ensure that everyone’s interests are protected, a family lawyer can definitely help.
Getting Your Social Life Back After Divorce
You don’t have to deal with the pain on your own. Talk to the people around you. Here are some tips to regain your social life following a divorce.
Questions To Ask Your Partner Before Getting Married:
There are things you need to discuss with your partner before getting married. Here are some questions you can ask:
Q&A with Divorce Attorney Anna Fernandez & Divorce Coach Olga Nadal
It takes a village to get a divorce! Check out our latest blog post (and video) with divorce coach and expert, Olga Nadal, as we discuss how different professionals work together in helping couples divorce:
Divorce & Florida Estate Planning with Gina Chevallier
Attorney Gina Chevallier discusses some questions and answers in relation to Divorces and Florida Estate Planning:
5 Signs Your Spouse Is A Narcissist
Narcissists don’t wear a visible red flag. More often than not, you have to find out the hard way. Here are 5 signs your spouse is a narcissist:
Narcissists in family law cases:
Dealing with a narcissist in a family court situation can be difficult. It's important to understand the way they think so you can prepare!
Q&A: Can a divorce affect my immigration status?
Q&A with immigration attorney, Elina M. Santana, Esq. who answers some frequently asked questions related to family-based visas and divorces. Can you apply for citizenship when you're divorced from the spouse that got you your green card? What happens if your spouse misses the interview? Check out our latest blog post to find out!
Modification in child support during the Coronavirus pandemic:
Florida courts have found that the loss of a job or changes in the parties' income may qualify as a substantial change in circumstances to warrant a modification in child support, provided that the change is permanent in nature. But what if you lose your job due to layoffs and business closures resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic?
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