Do I need a Child Custody/Timesharing Lawyer?

From a legal perspective, parents are not required to have a lawyer for Florida child timesharing (visitation) matters. However, there are advantages to utilizing a board certified family law attorney when dealing with these issues.

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Eight Ways to be a Better Co-Parent When Your Children are Back In School

Kids in South Florida have now returned to school and it's now time to face the music.  If you're separated, in the middle of a divorce, or are already divorced, you may not care very much for your ex.  However, you know that your children need you to put aside your animosity in order to make their school year a success.  

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16 Things Not To Do During Your Divorce

I've been a family law/divorce attorney for many years.  However, it never ceases to amaze me what people do during their divorce cases that makes me scratch my head in disbelief.  As litigants, we want to win the battle of imagery, as well as the battle of facts in front of a divorce judge.  So consequently, you want to show up ready for court with clean hands, but also with a clean history.  

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High Net Worth Divorce: Not a DIY


Palm Beach, Wellington, Boca Raton, Jupiter and other areas of Palm Beach County are home to many high net worth couples whose children are grown and gone. In the past 30 years, the divorce rate for people age 50 and over has become the fastest growing rate among married couples.

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Warning Signs: Abusive Relationship in Marriage or Divorce

Domestic violence is a dysfunctional and abusive dynamic that occurs in relationships, in which there is a huge difference in power between the spouses. Our West Palm Beach Marital and Family Law Firm presents some of the danger signs that you may be in an abusive relationship include, but are not limited to:

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5 Reasons Why You Need an Attorney Assisting in your Divorce

America is a country where we all like to "do it ourselves". On any weekend, you can go to Home Depot, Lowe's, True Value Hardware, or any other small or big home repair stores and observe thousands of people taking classes or buying items. They then go back to their homes and attempt to do home repairs, improvements, or remodeling on their own. In doing so, they have the satisfaction of saving money, having the job done more quickly, and the satisfaction of having done it themselves. We see that spirit also in the area of divorce cases. More and more, people are attempting to begin and conclude their divorce all on their own. While doing it yourself for a home repair job may be a good idea for a handyman, it is not a great idea to do it in a highly technical area such as divorce law. A person attempting to represent themselves in a divorce case does not have the training, experience or talent to know what to do, how to do it, and when to do it.

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7 Steps to an Amicable Divorce in Florida

Amicable divorce in Florida? It may sound like an oxymoron, but it is actually a concept that more and more Florida divorce couples are embracing and reaping the benefits from. Take these tips from an experienced West Palm Beach Marital and Family Law Firm.

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6 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Divorce Attorney in West Palm Beach

Many people consider representing themselves in their Florida divorce case to be a good idea. They believe that it saves them money; they can do it faster; and they don't believe that a lawyer offers them much value. However, this analysis is more than just a bit short-sighted. Oftentimes, the expense of representing oneself in their Florida divorce is more costly than paying for a West Palm Beach attorney. As in life, things rarely work out for someone representing themselves in a divorce as they might have initially hoped. Protecting yourself and your interests in a divorce case is much more complicated than most people think.

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Getting Children to Listen After Divorce

As local parents ourselves in the West Palm Beach area, we understand that Parenting children is never easy. Problems of parenthood become compounded when you add the stress and emotional upset of a divorce or separation. Nevertheless, there are a number of steps that you can take to make sure that your children hear your instructions and be more likely to follow them the first time you speak them to them. Those suggestions include:

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Florida Child Support - Paying After Child Turns 18

In Florida, as in most states, the courts and the legislature have recognized that a parent’s legal obligation to support his or her children ordinarily ceases at the age of majority (18). However, Florida statutes have carved out two exceptions to this general rule. Those exceptions are:

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What to do when your ex begins badmouthing you to your kids