Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Close Menu
Orlando Divorce Attorney
Experienced Divorce Attorney
Call to Schedule a Consultation 407-521-7171

Category Archives: Family Law

Marriage

Here’s How Remarriage Can Affect Your Divorce, Alimony, Timesharing, and Other Issues

By Steve W. Marsee |

While many people are reluctant to marry someone – or even begin dating – immediately after getting divorced, the idea of remarriage may not seem that outlandish after a while. However, remarriage after a divorce is a big step because you need to consider its potential impact on your divorce settlement as well as… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
MomSon

Can My Ex-Spouse Take My Children from Me or Deny Visitation?

By Steve W. Marsee |

While many divorced and separated parents realize the importance of putting their children’s needs first, others fail to put their difference aside. When you share custody of your children, maintaining a hostile relationship with your ex-spouse is not good for anyone. Often, couples reach out to an Orlando child custody attorney to help them… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Div17

Can You Recover Attorney’s Fees in a Divorce Case in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Many married people are reluctant to get a divorce merely because they think they would not afford to obtain a divorce in Florida. However, the cost of divorce should not be a problem considering that you may be able to recover court and attorney’s fees in your divorce case. Florida’s family law recognizes the… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
HouseSplit3

Pros and Cons of Staying or Moving Out of the Marital Home During Your Florida Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

The decision to move out is the second tough decision any individual is facing after filing for divorce. When should you move out, or when should you stay in the marital home after filing for divorce in Florida? There are several advantages and disadvantages associated with leaving and staying, which is why it is… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Cohabitate

Does the Time Spent Cohabitating with Your Spouse Before Marriage Affect Your Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Many couples choose to live together for years – some even decades – before getting married. During this cohabitation time, many tend to purchase a home, car, accumulate money in retirement and savings, and take on debt. All of these items are usually disputed and divided in the course of a divorce. But does… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
FamLaw3

Divorce vs. Annulment of Marriage: Can You Annul Your Marriage in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Every state has its own regulations for ending a marriage, either through the divorce process or annulment. Florida’s family law, however, does not explicitly address the annulment of marriage. Over the years, Florida’s appellate courts have issued numerous rulings, which now constitute annulment laws. Many people think annulment and divorce are synonyms. While it… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
MomDaughter4

Parental Responsibility vs. Timesharing in Florida: What is the Difference?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Many Floridians think that timesharing and parental responsibility are two interlinked things, while others consider these two terms practically synonymous. Under Florida family law, allocations and provisions regarding the parents’ responsibilities and obligations must be included in each child custody order. These provisions and allocations contain parents’ duties and responsibilities as well as timesharing… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
FatherDaughter2

What to do in Cases Where Your Ex Refuses to Follow the Child Custody Orders

By Steve W. Marsee |

In situations where your ex refuses to obey the child custody orders, it is reasonable to feel extremely frustrated. It may be something as simple as your ex bringing your child home well after he or she was supposed to. Or it could be something more serious like bring your child out of the… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Family4

Types of Guardianship

By Steve W. Marsee |

There are numerous circumstances that may cause parents or other authorities to place someone else in charge as another person’s guardian. Under Florida law, there are two different kinds of guardianship roles. The first, involves guardians for minor children and the other concerns adults that are incapacitated. For children, a guardian is assigned responsibilities… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Alimony7

How To Terminate Alimony in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Alimony, otherwise known as spousal support, can serve a valuable purpose in a divorce. Alimony provides financial support to the lesser earning spouse and allows that person to transition into becoming financially independent after the divorce is finalized. However, circumstances for both former spouses can change after a divorce and there may come a… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn