February 2019 Archives

We help fight for child custody modifications when justified

Recently, on this blog, we talked about the effect of parental substance abuse on children and role it can play in child custody determinations. There is no denying that substance abuse can have a profound effect on children, forcing them to take on responsibilities that are far too mature for them and leaving them susceptible to abuse and neglect. This is unacceptable, which is why Floridians who find themselves facing a situation where a parent with substance abuse has access to a child may want to take legal action to restrict that access.

Ways to invalidate a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement

Entering into a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can be a great way to alleviate financial concerns that may arise in the event of divorce. Many who enter into these agreements find that they are better able to focus on their relationship without worrying about potential financial issues that may or may not arise in the future. The ramifications of these agreements can have a profound impact, though, which is why Floridians should be diligent and careful before entering into one of them.

Substance abuse can have a profound effect on children

It is no secret that substance abuse continues its icy grip in Florida. Every day, seemingly functional people, are addicted to illicit substances. Their addictions can have long-lasting ramifications that can have a far reach. Perhaps none is more important than the effects parental drug use can have on a child. Understanding how substance abuse effects children can be important for many reasons, but perhaps chief amongst them is to better understand how the issue may affect child custody and visitation arrangements.

Equitable property division in Florida

Marriage dissolution brings about significant change. Many residents find the emotional struggle associated with divorce challenging to overcome, but even those who are happy to be ending their marriage can become concerned about the property division process. This is for good reason, too. After all, the outcome of property division can set the stage for an individual's post-divorce financial standing.

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