Category Archives: Family
Can U.S. Citizens Remove Their Young Children from Other Countries Where Domestic Violence Is Alleged?
A case that the U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear later in December could prove to be an important one in terms of fathers’ rights and domestic violence as it pertains to international child custody and relocation cases. The case involves determining an infant’s “habitual residence” under The Hague Convention on the Civil… Read More »
As attorneys who practice family law here in Florida, counseling clients on what to do with their home during the divorce is one of the most important conversations we have when it comes to property division-related discussions. This not only involves questions of whether or not a couple should sell the home, or should… Read More »
Prenuptial agreements today are not just about physical assets that you already have, but also ideas that may come to fruition one day; especially when it comes to business (read: tech) startups. This is very important; given that anything that is not claimed as separate property in a prenup will be distributed equitably; pursuant… Read More »
Most experts agree that shared parenting is better when it comes to child custody (or “time sharing”) decisions, whereby a child spends (roughly) an equal amount of time with each parent, and both parents equally share responsibilities when it comes to legal (decision-making) and physical (where the child is located) custody. According to studies,… Read More »
As attorneys who work in family law here in Florida, we receive a number of questions concerning parents worried about their children and how they are handling the divorce. Below, we provide some tips ‘from the experts’ on how to help your kids get through what can be a difficult process for some: Ask… Read More »
As Orlando family attorneys, we regularly receive a number of questions about how to address a particular mental illness when it comes to divorce and related child custody and welfare issues. Given that one in five adults in the United States experiences a mental illness every year, and a significant percentage of these interfere… Read More »