Who Else is Involved in My Case?

When you hire our firm, you are hiring our full firm as a whole. That includes an entire legal team of the partner associated to your case as well as paralegals. Often times we’ll also hire experts, such as forensic accountants or appraisers to appraise property, vocational evaluators or social investigators. It all depends on

Should I Use Social Media During My Divorce?

If you could avoid using social media during your divorce, that is probably best. You can obviously post in your social media accounts, doing things with your children. Otherwise it’s best to avoid it. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family law attorney.

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December 31, 2022 is upon and this date is critical in your tax planning if you are considering getting married…or divorced. First, looking back over 2022, did you give money to family or friends, not including your own children. If so, we highly recommend a Zero-Taxes Planning Strategy. Let’s get back to your own under-18

What About the Pets?

In Florida, pets are considered property. So it is handled inequitable distributions of assets. Now saying that, if you settle your case, you can make an agreement where arrangements can be made such as where the pet goes back and forth with the children. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an

Do I Need to Serve My Spouse?

No, you do not need to serve them by a formal process server. There are other ways to do it in a more. Peaceful manner, such as having your attorney sent a letter to them saying that you filed and you want to them to accept the papers. You can also have your spouse hire

What is Timesharing?

Timesharing is formerly known as custody. It’s the time that each parent spends with the children there’s specific days and overnights and times designated for each parent. It also specifies which parents have time with the children on holidays and school breaks. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family

Does the Mother Automatically Get Custody?

No, there is no presumption in favor of the mother. The divorce process will include working out time sharing issues and what time that timesharing each parent will get with the child. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family law attorney.

Can I Change My Judge Mid-Divorce?

The short answer is probably not. This can happen under certain circumstances though. For example, if a judge appears to be no longer impartial or if a conflict of interest arises. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family law attorney.

Can I Change My Attorney Mid-Divorce?

Yes, you can. It’s fairly easy to change your attorney during the divorce process if you’re not happy with their services. It’s important to have an attorney that advocates for you, listens to what you want, and that has the legal knowledge. So if you don’t feel you have that, then yes, you can change

How Does Hiring an Attorney Differ From Just Using the Forms Online?

The forms online are very generic. They don’t, they aren’t tailored to help you with specific issues that are going on. They don’t apply to everyone. So while you don’t need an attorney we always recommend you speak to an attorney to understand your rights. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with

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