Practice Areas

Divorce Services

After you decide to divorce, you often want to start your new life as quickly as possible and get the court process over with as soon as you can. No matter how you feel, it’s important to remember that the outcome of your divorce will have lifelong consequences both financially and in terms of your [..]

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Relocation

When you do not have children, you have the freedom to relocate anywhere in the world at any time. While a divorce may restore much of the independence you had when you were single, you cannot freely move if you had a child with your former spouse. In Florida, any move greater than 50 miles [..]

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Paternity

Paternity is the legal term for establishing who the father is of a child born out of wedlock. When the mother is not legally married at the time of the child’s birth, paternity must be established, either voluntarily or through a court order. Establishing paternity is critical for a mother seeking child support payments and [..]

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Final Judgment Modification

When a final judgment is entered in a divorce, it’s intended to be just that — final. There are, however, circumstances under which a final judgment modification should be granted. These include a significant change in economic circumstances for one or both spouses, a spouse remarrying, a long-distance move, or a significant life change What [..]

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Wills & Probate

Creating a will isn’t a one-time event. A will is a document that’s continuous and, at times, changes during the course of an individual’s life. Documents need to be updated after major life events including new children, family members passing away, and divorce. Otherwise, your assets may not go where you want them to, and [..]

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