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Evaluating Your Relocation Options After Divorcing With Children

At the Law Firm for Family Law, our Clearwater, Florida family law attorney understands that divorce is a life-changing experience for everyone involved. When you have children, the clear focus becomes providing them with the best of both of their parents’ worlds while still trying to maintain your individuality. As time goes by, everyone… Read More »

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Plans to Leave: How Moving Out Can Affect Your Divorce Proceedings

At The Law Office for Family Law, our Clearwater, Florida divorce attorneys are often overwhelmed by the number of people who believe that if they are the one who moves out of the family home, they are conceding defeat before the divorce proceedings even begin. That is simply not true. The truth is, either… Read More »

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Modifying Court Orders in Florida: Can A Judge’s Ruling Be Amended?

When a divorce is finalized in the State of Florida, there are several family and financial issues that accompany the case’s closure. When divorced couples have children together, child support and custody agreements are negotiated for the benefit of the kids — an arrangement that has their best interests at the forefront of its… Read More »

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Marriage, Technology, and Divorce: The Evolution of Matrimonial Disconnect

Since The Law Firm for Family Law was founded in 2005, technology has become an important part of everyone’s lives — ours included. Smartphones have become life-changing instruments that affect our professional and personal lives deeply. From answering emails from just about anywhere to staying in touch regarding the important movements of family members,… Read More »

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Mandatory Parenting Plans in Florida Explained : The Law Firm for Family Law, FL

At the Law Firm for Family Law, our experienced parenting plan attorneys in Clearwater, FL help families design time-sharing contracts that will be easily approved through mediation. Our Board-Certified Expert in Marital and Family Law attorney provides exceptional legal guidance that allows parents in Pinellas County, Florida to create a specific plan for their… Read More »

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New Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affects Florida Spousal Support in 2019

One of the lingering side effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act laws developed during the Trump Administration that went into effect in 2018 is the tax implications to divorce decrees that contain spousal support agreements signed throughout the nation after January 1, 2019. The tax deduction that was once enjoyed by the… Read More »

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The Basic Principles of Divorce Apply to All Florida Marriages

When celebrity divorce news breaks, the usual suspect of “irreconcilable differences” is the standard stated cause of their matrimonial demise, which is something everyday divorcing Floridians have in common with their famous divorcing counterparts. Since Florida is a no-fault divorce state, neither spouse must prove the other did something detrimental to their marriage to… Read More »

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Domestic Abuse & Smart Technology: Wielding Power from an App

At the Law Firm for Family Law, our Clearwater, FL domestic violence attorneys are all too aware of an expanding trend in abusers controlling their victims’ lives using smart technology – wielding power from afar using connected apps. Pinellas County, and the entire State of Florida passed the Sexual Cyberharassment Law, which makes it… Read More »

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Balancing Parenting Plans in Clearwater, Florida

Since 2005, our Clearwater, Florida divorce attorney has represented spouses with children under the age of 18 who require sustained care from both parents to thrive, and as you could imagine, that is not always an easy task. The Florida Courts require both parents to participate in a mandatory Parent Education and Family Stabilization… Read More »

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Florida Supreme Court Considers Parental Claims by Three Parents

In a first-of-its-kind case in the state of Florida, the state’s Supreme Court is considering the claims of two men who each assert their custodial rights as the father of a five-year-old girl, where one of the men is married to the child’s biological mother. Learn more about the case below, and speak with… Read More »

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