Frequently Asked Question: What is a Partition Action?

Partition actions are a unique option of last resort in a dissolution matter. When property is jointly owned by more than one person, and[...]

Frequently Asked Question: Am I responsible for my spouse’s medical bills?

Unfortunately, during a marriage, one or both of the spouses may incur significant medical debt. A main concern is whether one spouse will ultimately[...]

Who is a child’s legal father in Florida? Does it matter?

The issue of paternity is one we find generates a great deal of confusion. Many fathers in Florida operate under the incorrect assumption that[...]

Frequently Asked Question: Do I need a prenup?

It is an understandably awkward situation—two people moving toward their wedding date to declare their undying love, through better or worse, through richer or[...]

Frequently Asked Question: Does Florida have a presumption in favor of 50/50 time-sharing?

One of the more common, and resilient, misconceptions in Florida family law is the myth that there is a presumption in favor of 50/50[...]

Frequently Asked Question: When can a child decide who to live with in Florida?

One of the more common misconceptions that we encounter in family law is the myth that once minor children reach a certain age in[...]

Big Changes Coming to the World of Alimony

Of the many changes to our tax laws in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “TCJA”), one of the most important has a[...]

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