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High Asset Divorces

Posted on : April 14, 2022
High Asset Divorce Lawyer Dealing With Complicated Divorce Situations Regardless of your situation or circumstances, what position your hold or what your education and background are, nothing can prepare you for a divorce.  Every individual divorce is unique and any divorcing couple has the capability of facing a complicated road ahead.   Emotional Complications Stress is […]

Florida Child Support

Posted on : March 13, 2022
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Overview Of Child Support In Florida When you are facing the end of a relationship or a marriage and there are children involved. Your number one priority is the health and wellbeing of your child.  With that said, you may feel that it is easier to raise your child or children on two incomes. With […]

What You Need to Know About Child Relocation

Posted on : February 10, 2022
Starting Over After Your Divorce After a divorce or separation, it is not uncommon for one partner to want to move to another area. However, when the partners are parents and share one or more children together, relocating can become extremely complicated. Certain processes must be followed in order to successfully relocate your child with […]

Alimony In Tampa FL

Posted on : January 31, 2022
Tampa Alimony Laws
What Are The Alimony Laws In Tampa Florida? Florida has codified the Florida Alimony Laws in Florida Statutes §§ 61.08 and 43.25 through 43.27. What is Alimony In Tampa? Alimony is defined as “maintenance or support,” or financial support given by one spouse to another for either spouse’s benefit, whether paid in a lump sum […]

Child Support in Florida and How to Determine It 

Posted on : December 31, 2021
How Is Child Support Awarded In Florida? Child support in Florida is compulsory in most cases of divorce. Every parent must support their child till the age of 18-years old. Even after the parent’s divorce, they must still be financially responsible for their children. The essence of support is to ensure that the child doesn’t […]

Florida Divorce Questions Answered

Posted on : November 23, 2021
Child Support
Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce in Tampa Divorce and other family-related issues in Tampa are sometimes unclear to most. These issues often raise several questions among many individuals. You might find yourself on the losing end of divorce and other family issues if you don’t ask the right questions or seek quality answers to them. […]

What You Need to Know About the 3 Types of Divorces

Posted on : October 25, 2021
Tampa Divorce Lawyer
Three Divorce Classifications In Florida Under Florida law, there are 3 different types of divorces. Each type of divorce has differences and similarities to the others, and it’s important to thoroughly evaluate each one to determine which one is right for your unique situation. Here’s what you need to know about each type of divorce. […]

What Can I Do to Get Ready for Divorce Court In Tampa?

Posted on : September 12, 2021
Prepare For Your Tampa Divorce The emotional weight of getting a divorce is significant, even for couples who agree that dissolving the marriage is the best course of action. Making sure you’re ready for your upcoming divorce proceedings can give you the best foundation for a successful outcome. Here’s what you can do to prepare […]

How Can I Make My Upcoming Divorce Less Messy?

Posted on : August 16, 2021
Uncontested Divorce-in-Tampa-Florida
No divorce is completely easy, even if it’s something you want or feel is the right choice for your family. However, you also don’t want to let things get out of hand. Here are some ways to proactively prevent your divorce from getting heated and how to get experienced legal help when you need it […]

Is Hiding Assets During a Divorce Unlawful?

Posted on : July 23, 2021
Tampa Shared Custody
Assets accumulated during a marriage are considered co-owned and by state law, should be distributed equitably between both spouses. This can be achieved by the spouses choosing who gets which assets, or a judge can decide if the divorcing couple cannot find a way to agree on how to divide their property.    To prevent […]