Preparing for Trial In many family law cases, mediation is not successful, and a trial becomes necessary. The word “trial” can often carry a scary connotation, and therefore it is important to take a closer look at what is actually involved in a trial and what to expect. First, many family law trials are held […]
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Uncontested versus Contested Family Law Cases Many people wonder if it is necessary to go to Court and fight over family law matters. Luckily, the law allows for litigants to come to an agreement without the need for court intervention. If you can resolve your case in an uncontested setting, it will typically save you […]
Law Enforcement and Family Law Cases People going through or considering going through family law litigation often have unrealistic expectations as to how involved (if any) law enforcement can get. The issue of involving law enforcement typically comes into play when one party is withholding a child from the other party, and the other party […]
Pets in Divorces Many people wonder what their rights and responsibilities would be to family pets during a divorce. It may come as a surprise (or it may not), that in Florida, courts do not award “visitation” with pets. Rather, family pets by law are seen as assets or essentially personal property. While this makes […]
Financial Disclosure in Family Law Cases In almost every family law case, it is necessary for both parties to disclose various financial information. The process of the financial disclosure can be burdensome but is unfortunately mandatory. There are several categories of financial documentation that are typically required to be disclosed; the following is a list […]