Divorce When You Own a Business

June 18th, 2018

Divorce raises a lot of questions and concerns for people. You may find yourself worrying over all the things in your life that you value. If you own a business, that value could be monetary, as well as sentimental. If … Continue reading

Forensic Accounting Could Help You During Divorce

June 11th, 2018

Managing the financial aspects of divorce is one of the more difficult and tedious details. Of the many problems that come up during the divorce, financial ones are some of the most common. They are also some of the most … Continue reading

When the Court May Terminate Parental Rights

June 5th, 2018

The law was written to recognize the importance of a parent’s relationship with his or her child. It is no small matter to the court. That doesn’t mean that parents will always have rights when it comes to raising a … Continue reading

Changing Alimony When Your Ex-Spouse Lives with Someone Else

May 28th, 2018

Has your ex-spouse moved in with someone else? While you may have moved on emotionally, if you’re still paying alimony, you could wonder how that might affect you. After all, if your former spouse is in a new, supportive relationship, … Continue reading

Should You Speak to a Mediator Individually, or Together During Divorce?

May 16th, 2018

If you have chosen divorce through mediation, it is important to understand that you have options for that process. When you chose this method, you might have assumed that you would sit in a room with your mediator and spouse, … Continue reading

Including Health Care in Child Support Agreements

May 11th, 2018

It is common for a concerned parent to wonder about what is available for the children in child support, particularly if that parent has never dealt with those details before. One of the most important concerns is health care; no … Continue reading

Understanding Rehabilitative Alimony in Florida

May 4th, 2018

There are many types of alimony in divorce. They are awarded on a case-by-case basis, and rehabilitative alimony is the type that is awarded when one spouse needs help in the transition period between divorce and the new life after … Continue reading

The Basics of Attorney-Client Privilege in Divorce

April 26th, 2018

You probably know the most basic principle of attorney-client privilege: what you say to your attorney stays confidential. Of course, that doesn’t mean that there are not exceptions. This long-time standard of the business is a core of what makes … Continue reading

Take Action Sooner Rather Than Later in Divorce

April 19th, 2018

There are innumerable reasons why we put off major changes in our lives. Many of those reasons may be perfectly logical, but when it comes to a legal case, waiting is not often a good thing. The longer you wait, … Continue reading

Postnuptial Agreements in Florida

April 13th, 2018

The chances are high that you have heard of prenuptial agreements. However, have you heard of a post-nuptial agreement? Prenuptial agreements have been normal for a very long time, but in recent history, the postnuptial agreement has become more common. … Continue reading