Monthly Archives: March 2023
Should I Mediate My Florida Divorce FAQs?
If you have started the divorce process, every detail of what your life will look like afterwards will remain uncertain until your case is final. Until that point, many legal issues will be raised between you and your spouse, including disputes regarding alimony, property division, child custody, and more. If you are like many… Read More »
How Is Consent Defined Under Florida Law?
There are many factors that play a role in sexual assault cases but perhaps the most important is the concept of consent. People often hear about consent, particularly when stories involving celebrities and political figures make the headlines. Consent is a largely misunderstood concept, though. These misunderstandings can sometimes result in criminal charges being… Read More »
What Happens To The Business During Divorce In Florida?
No one wants to think about giving up the assets they value most, but unfortunately, it is an inevitability during divorce. Property division matters are always some of the most highly debated issues during the process. Owning a business that you have worked so hard for, and that is now in jeopardy, can make… Read More »
What Mistakes Should You Avoid In Your Florida Parenting Plan?
During the divorce process, you and your spouse will have many issues to resolve. If you and your spouse have children, many disputes may resolve around child custody. The best way to resolve these issues is to agree on a parenting plan with your spouse so you can keep it out of the courtroom…. Read More »
How Can You Negotiate A Fair Alimony Settlement In Florida?
Issues surrounding alimony can become highly contentious during divorce. Even if you and your spouse entered into the divorce quite amicably, the thought of making monthly or yearly payments is likely something you do not want to think about. On the other hand, if you have a legitimate need for support but your spouse… Read More »
Do Children Testify In Florida Custody Cases?
Divorce is always hard. When a case involves children, though, it is much more challenging. Child custody and child support are additional issues that must be resolved when children are involved. Under the law, the only factors considered when deciding child custody is the child’s best interests. In some cases, this may include the… Read More »