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Child custody and out-of-state travel

When parents divorce, they are faced with many changes and difficulties. Of course this means working through the process and developing a workable child custody arrangement. It also means taking the necessary steps to make the resulting custody agreement work. Whether you have just finalized a divorce or have been divorced for several years, divorced parents are likely to encounter various post-divorce custody issues and disputes.

3 types of spousal support you should know about

If you are contemplating divorce in Florida, it is important for you to consider all possibilities to plan for a better outcome. One issue that you may encounter if you are the higher earning spouse is alimony. On the surface, it involves the lower-earning or nonworking spouse to receive financial support from the other. Upon deeper inspection, you may soon find out there are different levels of alimony that can have a significant impact on your finances. 

Helping you develop a criminal defense strategy

No matter the severity of a criminal charge, being accused of a crime is a serious and nerve-wrecking situation. It can also be a shocking situation if you have found yourself in an unfortunate circumstance of being accused of something that you did not do. No matter the details of the crime or the evidence used against you, all defendants are afforded the right to assert a criminal defense.

What are the child custody rights of disabled parents?

Raising a child with special needs can be challenging and taxing on parents, but what about parents with disabilities raising children? While those living with physical, behavioral, emotional and mental disabilities have the capability to have children and raise them like any other parent would and could. However, in most cases one parent has a disability while the other does not. This makes for an easier environment for both the parents and child. But what happens when these parents divorce?

Florida mom faces child abuse charges following drug charges

Facing criminal charges is never easy, especially when they impact the accused's family members. While drug charges are treated seriously, when these charges are combined with other criminal allegations, a defendant is likely to endure serious penalties that impact his or her personal and professional reputation and rights. Additionally, if authorities believe that these criminal allegations have impacted the defendant's child, he or she could lose access to their child as well.

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