Considering a Move After Divorce in Florida? Here’s What You Need to Know

Going through a divorce is tough enough, but what happens if you need to relocate for a fresh start? If you have children, moving can become even more complex. It's not as easy as calling a moving van and just going. But by understanding the rules and having competent legal...

THE BEST LAID PLANS…..WHAT TO DO WHEN THE CHILD SUPPORT PLAN ISNT’S WORKING OUT

After the ink dries on divorce papers, parenting plans, and child support agreements, there's a collective hope that everything will proceed smoothly. However, life's unpredictable nature often has other plans. What to Do When Your Child Support Plans Fall Through (more…)

Mastering Holiday Journeys When Divorced or Co-Parenting: Keeping the Joy in the Holidays

It's the day after Halloween; the holiday decorations are going up, and holiday visits are being planned. Or negotiated. Or fought over. Too often, holiday travel comes with its own unique set of challenges. These challenges are magnified for separated or divorced parents, with both families aiming to create treasured...

Mastering the Divorce Journey: 10 Key Steps and Missteps to Avoid

Divorce is hard for everyone concerned. Little can be done to lessen the pain of divorce, but the parties involved can make the journey a little easier. Having practiced Family Law for over 40 years, we have seen it all. Here are 10 tips that we advise our clients to...

PLANNING ON A DIVORCE? 10 MISTAKES TO AVOID

COMMON MISTAKES TO AVOID WHEN GOING THROUGH A DIVORCE. Divorce is hard on everyone involved. Spouses, partners, children..even extended families face a jumble of emotions.  Although this is common and is to be expected, all this can lead to mistakes that can have long-lasting effects,  emotionally and financially. Below are...

Changes To Florida’s Parenting Rules: It’s A 50/50 Time Share

Effective on July 1, 2023, the legislature passed significant changes to the law regarding time-sharing with minor children by married or unmarried parents. The new law applies to all pending cases in which the court has not previously entered a final time-sharing order. Time-sharing refers to how many overnights with...

PLANNING FOR HOLIDAY TRAVEL IN A PARENTAL TIME-SHARING PLAN

  In today's world, traveling during the holidays is challenging for everyone. But emotions tend to run higher when both parents and their families want to spend as much quality time as possible with their child. The best way to minimize this stress is to create a parenting time-sharing plan...