Yearly Archives: 2014

Distribution Of Assets and Liabilities in a Florida Divorce

  http://www.katzfamilylaw.com/blog/distribution-of-assets-and… Distribution Of Assets And Liabilities in a Florida Divorce  One of the main issues that require resolution in a dissolution of marriage proceeding is the distribution of assets and liabilities among the spouses. Florida law requires that the distribution be done “equitably.” Couples may decide how to divide their property either by agreement or with the guidance of Continue Reading...

Florida Food Stamp Fraud

  http://www.jeffweiner.com/florida-area-residents-arrested-fo… Florida-Area Residents Arrested for Food Stamp Fraud Recently, the Florida Palm County Police Department arrested three men in connection with their suspected involvement in an illegal gambling and food-stamp fraud operation. It is believed that the operation, dubbed The Hunger Games, was conducted out of a local area food market where gambling activities occurred and were subsequently cashed Continue Reading...

New Option for Paying Florida Child Support

http://www.miamidivorcelawattorneyblog.com/2014/11/new-optio… New Option for Paying Florida Child Support Individuals paying child support through the State of Florida previously had to mail a money order or check to the state. The state then disbursed funds to the required party as ordered by the court. According to a county court news release, individuals managing child support payments through the state can now Continue Reading...

Child Custody During Military Deployment

https://brickelllegal.com/child-custody-military-deployment/… Child Custody During Military Deployment Many Floridian military service members are parents of children for which they have parenting plans. A common question that we receive by those military service members is regarding their rights and obligations regarding child custody during military deployment. More specifically, those servicemember usually want to know if their parent (the child’s grandparent) or their Continue Reading...

When Might Sole Custody be Awarded in a Florida Divorce?

http://www.miamidivorcelawattorneyblog.com/2014/11/when-migh… When Might Sole Custody be Awarded in a Florida Divorce? A divorce between two spouses without children can be a battle. However, when children are involved, a divorce can become an all-out war. The family law courts in Florida are concerned about one thing in a child custody dispute and that is the best interest of the children. When Continue Reading...

Requirements for Divorce in Florida

http://www.miamiflfamilylawyers.com/blog/2014/10/requirement… Requirements for Divorce in Florida Every state has certain legal requirements that must be met prior to a couple obtaining a divorce in that state. These specific requirements range from having to have a separation period prior to filing for divorce to the reasoning for filing for divorce. Florida is no different in that the state legislature established state Continue Reading...

What to Do If You Are Arrested in Miami

http://criminalattorneymiami.net/what-to-do-if-you-are-arres… What to Do If You Are Arrested in Miami An arrest can occur for numerous reasons and you do not have to have a criminal history to find yourself being arrested by Miami police. But, if you are arrested, what are you supposed to do? Anyone who is arrested must know their rights and more importantly, what to do Continue Reading...

After a Divorce Can a Child Choose With Whom They Want to Live?

http://www.miamiflfamilylawyers.com/blog/2014/11/after-divor… After a Divorce Can a Child Choose With Whom They Want to Live? In Florida all child custody agreements, known as time sharing, are based on what is in the best interest of the child. When a judge presiding over a divorce case must decide who is to be the primary caregiver of the children, meaning the parent with Continue Reading...

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...
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