Timesharing

Timesharing

We Believe in Fair and Equitable Timesharing and Parenting Plans for the Betterment of the Family Timesharing is the legal terminology that has replaced the term “custody”, in the Florida court system, as the law prefers to encourage both parents to spend equitable quality time with their minor children. The schedule of timesharing is documented in…

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Family Law

Family Law

We Represent Clients in all Legal Matters Related to Family Family law is that area of the legal system that deals with the obligations and responsibilities of individuals in all matters related to family, as in the termination of a relationship or in estate planning. Family law encompasses many practice areas, some of which are dissolution of…

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Child Support

Child Support

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Modifications

Modifications

Certain parts of a divorce judgement may be modified which are specifically: Alimony Child Support Child Custody Timesharing Getting Alimony Modified in Florida: Alimony is monetary support one spouse pays to the other spouse after a divorce. The Florida courts will modify alimony when there has been a substantial change of circumstances of one…

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Trusts

Trusts

What is a Living Trust? A trust is an arrangement that one person called a trustee, holds legal title to property for another person, known as a beneficiary. You may be the trustee of your own living trust therefore allowing control over all the property held in trust. The living trust is created while you are alive and the beneficiaries that you…

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Injunctions

Injunctions

What is an Injunction? An injunction is a court order, often referred to as a “restraining order” that directs a person not to have any contact with you. The injunction is a legal means to help protect a person from threats or acts of violence by another person. The 4 types of civil injunction petitions are: domestic violence, sexual violence,…

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Contempt Charges

Contempt Charges

Contempt of Court in Family Law Cases A contempt of court charge is the legal consequence for an individual that is willfully non-compliant with a court order. Contempt can carry civil or criminal sanctions, depending on the severity of the infraction. In family law, there is a wide range of civil infractions that can result in contempt charges. A…

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LGBTQ Family Law

LGBTQ Family Law

LGBTQ Couples Same sex marriages are lawful in every state. The Supreme Court held that the right to marry is fundamental under the Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment. Families that have same sex parents theoretically have the same legal rights as opposite sex parents. Same Sex Parenting and Adoption If a legally…

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Paternity

Paternity

What to expect when you no longer reside with the other parent of your children, and how to protect your rights. Paternity actions fall under the larger umbrella of family law. It applies to parents who are not married to each other but have a child or children together, and are now separated, or a separation is imminent. Finding a knowledgeable,…

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