Monthly Archives: February 2023
How Can Parental Alienation Affect Custody In Florida?
Parental alienation is one of the many new terms you may need to become familiar with as you approach your custody battle in Florida. Like many other legal phrases, you may have no idea what this term actually means – but it could have a real effect on the outcome of your time-sharing agreement…. Read More »
Will Inheritance Affect My Alimony After A Divorce?
Receiving inheritance from your passed relatives can be an important source of financial support during difficult economic times. Economic pressures are especially great for divorced spouses, particularly if you’re raising children alone. Although you might be receiving alimony and child support, it’s still difficult to cover all your expenses and make ends meet. After… Read More »
Who Gets The Boat In A Divorce?
Florida is one of the best places in the world to own a boat. Whether it’s a small dinghy or a mega yacht, having access to the ocean is almost priceless. A day on the water is like no other, and you may be worried about losing these amazing moments as you head towards… Read More »
Can You Win Back Custody If Your Ex Is Neglecting Your Child?
Parents can lose custody of their children for many reasons, neglect being just one example. But what exactly is neglect? How does Florida define child neglect? More importantly, what can you do if you believe your ex is neglecting your children? Could this help you win custody of your children and move them into… Read More »