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Marital and Family Law Firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Marital and Family Law Firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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Divorce Attorney Carin Porras to Serve as Program Chair for 2017 Trial Advocacy Workshop

Fort Lauderdale Divorce Attorney Carin Porras will serve as Program Chair for 2017 Trial Advocacy Workshop, to be held at the Venoy Rennaissance in St. Petersburg from July 20-23.   The program was created to help family law attorneys to learn from the best divorce attorneys and judges in Florida.   Ms. Porras, an expert READ MORE

Fort Lauderdale Divorce Lawyer Gordon Brydger to Serve as Workshop Leader at the 2017 Trial Advocacy Workshop

From July 20-23 at the Venoy Rennaissance in St. Petersburg, Fort Lauderdale Divorce Lawyer Gordon Brydger will be participating as one of the workshop leaders for the Family Law Section 2017 Trial Advocacy Workshop.   The three-day course is intensive training for divorce attorneys that are honing their trial skills. The students in Mr. Brydger READ MORE

Things to Know About Florida Board Certified Family Law Attorneys [Infographic]

The infographic “Choose a Florida Board Certified Family Law Attorney” explains the qualifications and duties of Florida board certified family lawyers. A board certified family law attorney is considered an expert by the Florida Bar. The minimum requirements for board certification are as follows: Been practicing law for at least 5 years, with 50% or READ MORE

Things to Know about the Uncontested Divorce Process

An uncontested divorce is a divorce where both partners agree on all major issues. Some of these issues include The division of property Distribution of debt Sharing of parenting time and responsibilities The amount and duration of any child support The amount and duration of alimony (spousal support) The process of an uncontested divorce is READ MORE

Things You Should Know About Time Sharing (aka Child Custody)

Are you dealing with issues of child custody? It is important to note that there are two types of child custody: 1. Legal: Legal custody refers to the authority to make important decisions about the children’s upbringing including their schooling, activities they will be involved in, religion they will be exposed to, etc. 2. Physical: READ MORE