Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Relationship Between Domestic Violence and Family Law

The Relationship Between Domestic Violence and Family Law In some cases, domestic violence allegations are intertwined with other family law issues. Regardless of the surrounding issues, domestic violence accusations and charges are serious for both parties involved. Understanding the legalities of the charges can help individuals on either side decide on the best possible course of action. Domestic violence issues Continue Reading...

My ex is not honoring the time-sharing schedule, what can I do?

http://www.davidbmitchell.com/blog/2014/10/my-ex-is-not-hono… My ex is not honoring the time-sharing schedule, what can I do? It is very important for any parent involved in a child custody dispute to keep in mind that they have rights. If one parent is being denied the right to see their child, then that parent has legal recourse regarding this and other child custody issues. Speaking with Continue Reading...

A New Order Impacts Every Dade County Divorce

http://www.rhkauffman.com/blog/2014/10/a-new-order-impacts-e… A New Order Impacts Every Dade County Divorce A Florida Congressman’s messy divorce is a lot messier. His wife claims he’s not paying for home repairs and cut off her credit cards. Will the new Miami Administrative Order make vengeful tactics a thing of the past? Dirty tricks, such as cutting off health insurance, chopping up credit cards, and Continue Reading...

Diving Property Based on a Prenuptial Agreement

http://www.miamidivorcelawattorneyblog.com/2014/10/dividing-… Diving Property Based on a Prenuptial Agreement As a divorce is finalized, couples in Florida will often focus on dividing their property. This is something that couples can occasionally agree on, but many divorce cases have to go to court to find a reasonable solution. Things that could be considered include: — Bank accounts.– Offshore accounts.– Investments.– Homes.– Property. Continue Reading...
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