Monthly Archives: November 2022
Florida Fathers And Shared Parenting
Many adults grew up with divorced parents, and in many of those families the mother was often the primary custodial parent and time spent with dad took place every other weekend and on holidays. But in the past couple of decades, custodial preferences have changed and many divorcing parents choose to co-parent through a… Read More »
Will My Tampa Divorce End Up In Court?
When a person is wondering if their divorce case will end up in a Florida court or not, the answer is usually that it depends. For example, is your divorce contested or uncontested? If an uncontested divorce is possible, you and your spouse will reach an agreement through compromise and it can be confirmed… Read More »
What To Ask A Tampa Family Attorney
To determine if you can achieve your post-divorce goals, connect with an attorney who will help you achieve your objectives. From your very first attorney-client meeting, you need to ask questions to be sure you are hiring the right attorney for you. Bring your Florida divorce questions to the attention of a Tampa family… Read More »
Do I Need A Premarital Agreement?
People have different opinions about premarital agreements, some find them to be a useful tool while others do not feel comfortable talking about a pending marriage ending. The truth is if you are considering a prenuptial agreement, you may need one. A type of legal document, prenups protect individuals financially should the marriage not… Read More »