Using Temporary Relief Orders to Protect Your Interests

Using Temporary Relief Orders to Protect Your Interests

At Brodie & Friedman, P.A., our divorce attorneys routinely advise clients about the availability of temporary relief orders, especially in cases where a judge’s intervention early in the case appears necessary to stabilize a volatile child custody situation, protect the marital estate from waste or concealed assets, or even protect your physical security from violence or abuse.

Practical and Flexible Advice in Divorce Settlements

Practical and Flexible Advice in Divorce Settlements

Divorce can be painful for everyone involved. Bitter disputes over custody rights, property disposition and financial matters only add to the emotional turmoil and to the expense of the divorce. When parties can work together to agree to the terms of the divorce, not only do they reduce the turmoil and expense of the divorce,

Questions About Dividing Marital Debts

Questions About Dividing Marital Debts

It’s sometimes easy for divorcing spouses to forget that marital debts must be divided the same way that assets are distributed between the parties. Through the recession, however, we’ve seen an increasing concern for avoiding liability for more than a client’s fair share of the debts. If low equity in the marital residence, substantial medical

Domestic Violence in Family Law Situations

Domestic Violence in Family Law Situations

Domestic Violence in Family Law Situations In some family law cases, domestic violence is alleged as a tactic for one side to get what they want. However, in many situations, the allegation of abuse is accurate and must be factored in to any child custody and visitation orders. There are many ways to refer to

Florida Governor Rick Scott Vetoes Florida Alimony Legislation

Florida Governor Rick Scott, on April 15, 2016, vetoed an alimony and child custody bill, SB 668, which had been approved by both the state House and the state Senate by comfortable margins. It is the second time in three years that Governor Scott has vetoed alimony reform. The main objection to the legislation, according

Same Sex Divorce Law

Same Sex Divorce Law

Understanding Same Sex Divorce Law On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court issued a monumental ruling: all fifty states now have Marriage Equality. This was great news, because now all laws regarding marriage and divorce apply to all married couples, equally – whether same-sex or opposite-sex. They’re consistent. However, for those who married in states

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