Monthly Archives: November 2020
What is Parental Alienation?
Divorce is never easy, but divorce cases that involve children and child custody issues are some of the most difficult. The stress of the process can cause parents to act out in ways that are harmful and emotionally driven. Sometimes, one spouse may want to punish the other parent by acting out vengefully with… Read More »
What are Ways To Divide a Business In Divorce?
Dividing a business is one of the most complicated aspects in many divorce cases. Even if you or your spouse owned the business on your own, there is a chance it may still be subject to Florida’s property division rules due to the fact that some of the profits likely contributed to some household… Read More »
When Can You Get an Annulment in Florida?
People sometimes get married and then regret the decision. When this is the case, they may think they can easily ‘undo’ the marriage simply by getting an annulment. Getting an annulment is much different than getting a divorce though, and while nearly anyone that is married can divorce, the same is not true for… Read More »
What Should You Know About Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law?
Florida is one of many states that has a Stand Your Ground law, and it is always controversial. The law regularly makes news statewide, and throughout the country. The case of Trayvon Martin in 2012 was one of the most well-known cases of when the law was used in Florida. In that story, as… Read More »