Although a divorce case begins with the filing of a divorce petition in court, that doesn’t mean the case has to stay there. Indeed, our family law firm works to save our clients both time and emotional headaches by negotiating as many issues as possible outside of the court. Such negotiations, although informal, are still attended by the parties’ attorneys. That way, a party can be assured that his or her best interests are still being protected, and that no issues have been overlooked.
Although lawmakers may tout rehabilitation as one of the goals of the criminal justice system, there are practical complications. Is it really possible to start fresh after a criminal conviction? A recent article suggests that the consequences of alleged criminal activity may linger.
Our Florida family law firm helps clients navigate the evenly paced, often long course of a divorce proceeding. However, our attorneys also know how to act quickly, as in domestic violence situations.
If you got divorced last year or battled with an ex over your kids, you are probably happy to put 2016 in the rearview mirror. However, you can struggle with many of the same problems in 2017 unless you resolve to address some difficult -- and common -- co-parenting challenges.
Our Orlando law firm has been helping families going through dissolution of marriage, or divorce, in central Florida for over 35 years. That experience is a testament not only to our knowledge of the legal issues that may arise in a divorce, but also our passion to our work. We find it very rewarding to help families through a potentially difficult transition, doing our best to protect their interests and minimize conflicts.
Divorce mediation is becoming a popular method of resolving the issues of Florida couples without a courtroom battle. Highly skilled mediators keep a couple's emotions at bay and help them create a settlement that allows each party to walk away feeling as though he or she was treated fairly.