• Family Challenges to Wills Designating Child Custody

    Family and adoption laws are often complicated in the United States. If there is no legal action taken for children to be adopted by a stepfather or stepmother, these cases may become even more difficult. However, when a will or last testament has been drafted with a certain person in mind, it is then up […]

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  • Why Do I Need a Lawyer for Collaborative Divorce?

    Attempting to solve the matters in divorce is often a less combative situation than how the divorce process generally works in a courtroom setting and through a fight between the spouses. However, knowing if the need for a lawyer exists may depend greatly on the circumstances and how well each party is able to progress […]

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  • Travel Restrictions for Parents and Child after a Divorce

    After a divorce finalizes, both parties may find certain restrictions if they attempt to travel with a child of the marriage to another state or even to another country. Even if the trip is only for an international vacation to visit certain locations, the parent may not do so when the divorce limits the travel […]

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  • Can I Be Required to Pay Child Support if the Child Isn’t Mine?

    Most people understand that both parents have an obligation to pay for the things that a child needs and that child support is often ordered to ensure that the child has the resources he or she needs. Fathers may even accept this responsibility voluntarily. Even if they are not married, they may publicly declare that […]

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  • Financial Disclosure in Family Law

    Florida Family Law

    Many have asked why financial records are necessary in all cases and especially when there is no financial argument before the judge. As much as this is an invasion of privacy and evidence that is possibly never looked at by the judge to make his or her determination, it is a necessary evil. In many […]

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