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Is it possible to modify child custody in Orlando?

Is it possible to modify child custody in Orlando?

When speaking to a family law practice in Orlando, there is one major thing unknown to most people who have legally battled for child custody that eventually comes to light. It is that the decision reached by the court is not always permanent. However, such fact is unknown to so many people. Typically, in a case of child custody, the court will always seek to give the child the scenario that suits their best interest as at the time. However, when circumstances and situations changes...

Tips on Establishing Paternity in Winter Park

Tips on Establishing Paternity in Winter Park

When two unmarried people have a child or children, and a dispute arises as to who owns the child or children, this is called a paternity case. Paternity issue is an important aspect of the Family Law in Florida. For instance, Chapter 742 of Florida’s Statute focuses on determining paternity. The Chapter requires that any woman who has a child (or is pregnant) and any man who has concrete reason to believe that he is the father of the said child, or any child, may bring a claim to the c...

5 ways to prevent money from causing a divorce

5 ways to prevent money from causing a divorce

Divorce is quite a common issue among couples nowadays. It can be quite surprising to see both newer couples who only recently tied the knot and older couples request for separation after supposed years of understanding and commitment. As an experienced family law practice in Altamonte springs, our profession has seen us interact with a reasonable number of couples. And while people get separated for a number of reasons, some reasons like money tend to come up more often than others...

Reconciliation Contracts — Alternative to separation and divorce?

Reconciliation Contracts — Alternative to separation and divorce?

When therapy, mediation and dialogue all seem to fail, the next steps in most marriages is to move for a separation or divorce. While Divorces often does the job of separating spouses, it is not without its consequences. In most cases, couples usually go through a frenzy of drama that they will rather not have. Even more profound is the effect of divorce in marriages that feature high-asset clients and popular personalities. Although not very popular, a means of coordinating marital...

Requesting a drug test in a child custody case

Requesting a drug test in a child custody case

One of the many issues that often surrounds a divorce case is that of child custody. It is not unusual to see couples battle child custody over a number of reasonable and baseless reasons. As daunting as the process may however seem, one of the aspects that should never be taken with levity in a child custody case is that of drug use. Frequent and uncontrolled use of drug and consumption of alcohol can pose a serious risk to the safety and normalcy of the family. Time and time again...

Handling Your Divorce The Right Way When You Have Kids

Handling Your Divorce The Right Way When You Have Kids

If you are filing for a divorce after every other thing seems to not be working, there is a whole lot to put in mind, most especially when you have children. Although the process of separation and divorce can be emotionally torturing for all the party involved, each parent owes their children the responsibility of making this transition as easy as possible. When it comes to divorce, there is no ultimate roadmap, and no one can say for certain how each party involved is going to reac...

How to Prevent Child Relocation After a Divorce

How to Prevent Child Relocation After a Divorce

Going through with a divorce arrangement can be quite draining on the parents both physically and emotionally. Whether you have been seeing the cracks on the wall and have had it coming for a while or the whole situation hits you unexpectedly, one of the many damaging aspects of the process is arguably child custody and alimony after the process. While many people bother about the finances in a high-asset divorce case, children are usually on the farthest part of the receiving ends especially...

Why You’re Better Off Handling Your High-Asset Divorce Out of Court

Why You’re Better Off Handling Your High-Asset Divorce Out of Court

When it comes to divorces involving high-asset clients, there’s an extra layer of complexity beyond the drama and nerve-wracking emotional tensions that exist between both spouses. In this immensely difficult time for families like this, one of the quickest ways to compound the problem is to insist on litigation as the only means of settling differences. As most high-asset divorcees have learned, there is much at stake for public image, privacy and many amounts of money to be lost in dr...

4 Most Common Reasons for Divorce

4 Most Common Reasons for Divorce

Nobody goes into the marriage with plans to get divorced. The word “divorce” continues to attract negative impressions of failure, sadness and plenty of legal drama. Despite the fact that the divorce rate has been reducing over the years, it is still a possible outcome of a lot of marriages. That’s part of why a family law practice in Winter Park is still in business. It is almost impossible to be prepared for divorce especially given the rose-colored spectacles th...

Beginner’s Guide to Alimony in A Florida Divorce

Beginner’s Guide to Alimony in A Florida Divorce

When you are in the process of a divorce in Florida, one of the important things to consider is alimony or spousal support for many reasons. According to Florida law, it is a critical part of divorce and can be awarded to a spouse as maintenance. Contrary to popular belief, alimony is not always a monthly payment. It can sometimes be a one-time sum or even a combination of both types of payment. Let’s take a look at some basic things you should know about a divorce alimony in ...


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