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November 6, 2021
Who Will Make Education and Medical Decisions for the Children After the Divorce?
Custody is the term used to describe who makes healthcare, education and religious decisions for a minor child and when a minor child spends time with […]
November 6, 2021
What is Domestic Violence?
It is imperative that you take steps to protect your family. During the breakdown of a marriage or when a relationship is ending, one spouse may […]
November 6, 2021
What is a Guardian-Ad-Litem?
If you think your spouse has serious defects in his or her parenting or if he or she suffers from mental illness or substance abuse, it […]
November 6, 2021
What Does Child Support Pay For?
Child support is a sum of money paid by one spouse to another during the divorce and after the divorce is concluded until each child turns […]
September 23, 2021
Summer Divorce
Why Summer Is The Best Time To Talk To Your Family About Divorce Normally summer is the time when the divorce industry slows and practically screeches […]
September 23, 2021
Stress During Divorce
Managing Your Stress During The Divorce Process The unimaginable has happened.  You and your spouse have filed for a divorce and now you are adrift on […]
November 6, 2021
Prenuptial Agreements
Couples are increasingly concerned about protecting themselves and their assets as they decide to marry.  Couples are marrying later, establishing themselves financially prior to marrying and […]
November 6, 2021
Navigating a Divorce Without Traditional Litigation Could Be a Great Alternative for Your Family.
Many families elect to forego a traditionally litigated divorce, and seek an alternative dispute resolution process.  Collaborative divorce is one such alternative dispute resolution process.  The […]
November 6, 2021
Mediation Can Resolve Your Case Without Expensive Litigation.
When you decide that a divorce is the best course of action for your family, you have several options. You may elect to forgo the hiring […]
November 6, 2021
If Your Financial Circumstances Change After Your Divorce, You May Need to Seek a Modification
It is not uncommon for circumstances to change following a divorce.  If your spouse pays you alimony and he/she is terminated from employment, they might seek […]
November 6, 2021
If Your Divorce is Contested, it is Not the End of the World.
When your divorce must be decided and resolved by the Court system, the process can be complicated by heated emotions and financial turmoil.  Your family law […]
November 6, 2021
I Stopped Receiving Child Support. What Can I Do?
Both parties are obligated by law to comply with the contents of a divorce order.  When one party does not follow the law, and fails to […]
September 23, 2021
How To Co-Parent After Divorce
How To Make Your Children’s Lives Better As A Co-Parent The divorce is finalized.  You and your former spouse have split all of the assets.  You […]
September 23, 2021
Help! My Ex Wants To Relocate With the Children Out of State.
Litigating child custody issues such as a relocation is expensive and stressful.  A relocation is where one parent seeks to relocate with the children out of […]
November 6, 2021
Help! I need to Move with the Children?
Sometimes circumstances change after a divorce and one parent seeks to relocate the children away from South Florida because of a remarriage or job opportunity.  Whether you are […]
November 6, 2021
Fault Based Grounds for Divorce Are No Longer Required in the State of Florida
If either spouse wants out of the marriage, the State of Florida will grant the divorce.  This is true if only one (1) spouse wants a […]
November 6, 2021
Facing the Divorce Process Can Be Overwhelming and Confusing
You have decided that a divorce is in your family’s best interests.  What next?   The Fort Lauderdale divorce attorneys at Neave Family Law Group, will guide […]
September 23, 2021
Does Grandparent Have Rights In The Event Of A Divorce?
You just spoke to your son or daughter and found out that he/she is getting a divorce.  You are concerned, distressed and worried their spouse will […]
November 6, 2021
Do I Need to Take a Paternity Test?
If you think you are the father of a child, your best course of action is to immediately review the information available online regarding the Putative […]
September 23, 2021
Divorce – What Happens To Our Pet In A Divorce?
Many families have a beloved pet living in their home.  So, what happens to your pet in the event that you and your spouse divorce? Florida […]
September 23, 2021
Divorce – Getting And Keeping Hold On Your Finances
Getting a hold of your finances during divorce. Now that you and your spouse have decided that you are getting a divorce, your next decision should […]
November 6, 2021
Diving Your Assets and Liabilities During Your Divorce Can Become Complicated, but it Doesn’t Have To
For couples going through a divorce, the division of assets and liabilities can be a challenging experience.  It is important to know that Florida is not […]
November 6, 2021
Attorneys’ Fees and Costs: Who Will Pay?
Because the language of the statute is permissive, the question of whether one spouse will have to pay the attorney fees and costs for another spouse, […]
November 6, 2021
Are There Different Types Of Divorce In Florida? 
There are only two (2) types of divorce in Florida, a dissolution of marriage and a simplified dissolution of marriage.  So, what is the difference?  Every […]
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