Children's Issues

Many time parent's must look to the Courts to enforce and protect their rights regarding their children.
Florida law seeks to find solutions for these cases that are in the best interest of the child.

Children and Divorce

Many families going through divorce have children under the age of eighteen and/or children over the age of eighteen with disabilities.
These children will be legally affected by a divorce and you will want an experienced family law attorney to assist you in establishing your rights and responsibilities to your child including but not limited to:

  • Time-Sharing (formerly called "Custody")
  • Parenting Plan
  • Major Decision Making
  • Financial Support
  • Income Deduction Orders
  • Insurance
  • Tax Deductions
  • DNA Testing
  • National and International Travel Restrictions
  • Travel Requirements for Long Distance Time-Sharing
  • Relocation Restrictions
  • Child Specific Issues

Family Law

  • Alimony (Spousal Support)
  • Business Valuations
  • Hidden Assets
  • Property Division
  • Domestic Violence Injunctions
  • Contempt Actions
  • Paternity Actions
  • Parenting Plans
  • Time-Sharing Schedules
  • Temporary Custody by Extended Family Member
  • Temporary Time Sharing Due to Military Service
  • Time-Sharing Modifications
  • Supervised Time-Sharing
  • Child Support
  • Dependency Actions
  • Child Relocation
  • Adoption
  • Adult Adoption
  • Step-Parent Adoption
  • Termination of Parental Rights
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Divorce is a traumatic event. Thankfully, with the assistance of an experienced family law attorney, you will be able to navigate the legal aspect of your transition and focus on rebuilding your future.
There are also many resources to help families through the process that are currently being recognized by most Florida courts. Some families never use any of the resources and some families find it helpful to use many. The more anger, parental alienation, domestic violence, mental health issues, in-law or paramour interference, narcissism, substance abuse, custodial interference, and communication breakdown, the more likely these resources will be helpful and in some cases necessary.

  • Parenting Coodinator
  • Parenting Evaluator
  • Home Study
  • DNA Testing
  • Substance Abuse Testing
  • Parenting Classes
  • Domestic Violence Injunctions
  • Temporary Support Hearings
  • Asset Tracing
  • Business Valuation
  • Standard of Living Experts
  • Private Investigators
  • Criminal Background Checks
  • Military Temporary Custody Plans
  • Retirement and Pension Valuations
  • Asset Appraisal