Here are some common questions we get about family law:
I want a divorce, but didn’t get married in Florida. Will this effect the divorce? What about custody of our kids? "]You or your spouse need to be a Florida resident for at least six months before divorcing here, and regardless of location the courts want to see the kids’ best interests served. Call us now to consult.
What about remarrying?
The time it takes to be able to remarry can range anywhere from a month to several years. It depends on many factors including, but not exclusive to, children, business arrangements, property, and previously arranged agreements.
Money issues scare me. I am worried about income, child support, alimony, and more.
This is where having the right lawyer can help take the burden of worry off your shoulders a bit. These matters are complicated and a minor child’s best interests are always first in the court’s mind even when it comes to a variety of family law issues like property, credit, alimony, temporary child support, and more. No two situations are ever the same, but our experience allows us to collaborate with your family to create the best approach for your case and the future of your kids.
What about cases that involve domestic violence and children? In a situation where someone is striking family members or has a history of domestic violence, the courts will carefully consider those actions since the courts consistently look out for the best interests of the child.