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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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Issues that a Child Custody Lawyer can Administer [Infographic]

The info-graphic titled as “Issues handled by Child Custody Lawyer in FT. Lauderdale” can help you identify what type of cases a Child custody lawyer can assist with. Your attorney can handle cases including allocation of parental responsibilities, custody evaluation, child & family investigation, child support, paternity, and modification & enforcement of orders. In Ft. READ MORE

How to File For Divorce in Florida with Children?

In order to file for divorce in the state of Florida, you need to be aware of all related documents and processes. Whether or not the divorcing couple has dependent or minor children together they are required to file a petition for dissolution of marriage in order to start the divorce process. The spouse filing READ MORE

50/50 Timesharing in Divorce: Friend or Foe?

In creating or modifying a timesharing schedule or parenting plan, Florida judges do not presume that any specific timesharing schedule is appropriate. There is no presumption for or against either parent, nor is there a presumption for or against a specific timesharing schedule. Florida Statute Section 61.13 addresses parenting plans and timesharing schedules and the READ MORE

Will I lose my child if I get divorced? (Part II)

An earlier article described the best interest of the child standard (“Florida Statute §61.13(3)”) and gave definitions for terminology used in paternity actions or divorce proceedings where children are involved. This article will discuss how judges apply the best interest factors to cases and to avoid common pitfalls as you navigate your way through a READ MORE

Will I lose my child if I get divorced? (Part I)

When you have children, they become the absolute priority in your life. The thought of not being able to see your child or children whenever you want is heartbreaking, scary and confusing. Whether you are going through a divorce or a paternity action, knowing when you can expect to spend time with your child or READ MORE