Even simple, amicable divorces involve many unforeseen details. To ensure that everyone’s interests are protected, a family lawyer can definitely help.
Child visitations are determined by the court, and the court expects the parents to comply with the schedule. What happens when it is the child that refuses to visit a parent?
It is easy for parents to make mistakes following a divorce. Here are a few steps parents can take to avoid many of them while considering the best interest of the children.
Because Florida is not a community property state, the sale of a house as part of a divorce proceeding can have unintended consequences. Note how to protect your interest in your home.
Divorce is difficult for children. Find out what parents can do to ease the process and maintain healthy relationships with them.
Getting a divorce when children are involved can be confusing. This article is intended to dispel several misleading beliefs surrounding child custody and child support issues.
: While custody schedules are a part of any divorce involving children, the Right of First Refusal clause in a divorce agreement can bring a bit of flexibility to the time children and both parents spend together.
Sharing children following a divorce can get a bit complicated. The State of Florida’s Time-Sharing Schedules can help children adjust to two homes in the smoothest possible way.
Whether they become abusers or victims, children exposed to the physical or emotional abuse of domestic violence are at a high risk of repeating said behavior as adults. It is a circle that demands to be broken.