Category Archives: Family Law
Am I Eligible For An Uncontested Divorce?
While some divorces lead to drawn-out court battles, there are also situations in which the marriage is dissolved amicably. One option for a fast divorce in Florida is the simplified dissolution of the marriage process. As long as both people are in agreement on the divorce terms, the divorce can be completed within 30… Read More »
Compiling Lists And Preparing For The Divorce Process
Separating and divorcing is challenging. It is normal to experience a range of emotions, and on top of managing your personal life there are many details to address. Setting up an organization system and keeping lists can be incredibly helpful. Many even find maintaining a daily diary of facts beneficial, because then a range… Read More »
When Divorcing, Will I Have To Go To Family Court?
The answer to whether you will have to go to court to obtain a Florida divorce is that it depends on the details of your situation. A main consideration is if your divorce is uncontested or contested. If the dissolution is uncontested, you may not have to ever enter a courtroom. Speak with a… Read More »
Pursuing A Fair Divorce And Cash-Based Business
When an organization is run primarily through cash payments, it is referred to as a cash-based business. While these businesses should keep detailed financial records so they can effectively settle tax responsibilities with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other commitments that require documentation, the reality is many cash-based businesses do not have the… Read More »
Limited Divorce Instead Of Legal Separation
In the state of Florida, there are no legal separations, but limited divorce are an attractive option for couples who want to live apart. Through a limited divorce, child custody, spousal maintenance, and child support payments can be established, but the couple could still be on each other’s benefit packages, if that is agreed… Read More »
Why Does My Partner Want A Premarital Agreement?
While some associate prenups with the rich and famous, these legal documents are a valuable tool to a wide range of people. There are many reasons why an individual may request a prenup before getting married. They provide guidance on how to handle assets should the marriage end or someone passes away. You do… Read More »
School Breaks And Co-Parenting
School breaks are something kids look forward to, sometimes for months ahead of time, but if you are co-parenting while separated, you may have mixed emotions about winter break, spring break, and the summer expanse between one grade and the next. After all, there may be ambiguity about which house the kids will be… Read More »
High Net Worth And FL Child Support
High net worth is a term used to describe individuals, couples, and extended families with a lot of resources. That said, there is not a set definition. Generally, if you are moving forward with a Florida divorce and your marital resources include liquid assets of over a million, your divorce will likely be deemed… Read More »
Who Pays Attorney Fees For A Tampa Divorce?
Divorce is emotional and upsetting, and on top of those worries it can be expensive. If you have talked to friends about their divorces, they may share a range of different experiences with you. For instance, it is possible they themselves paid for their attorney fees or that part of their settlement was outlining… Read More »
Do I Have To Sell My Business When I Divorce?
It is well understood that the incomes of each spouse will be assessed when a couple chooses to divorce. But if you own your own business, you may be curious about how all of the assets and liabilities connected to the business you have created and nurtured will be impacted. While it is unlikely… Read More »