Are you getting an Orlando divorce? Has your spouse dissipated the assets? What is dissipation of assets? Was the dissipation of assets intentional? What can you do? Dissipation of assets is when one spouse intentionall...Read More
Are you facing a dissolution of marriage in the Orlando, Florida area? Are you a senior citizen? It is much more common nowadays that people in their seventies are divorcing. At that age, it is very common to have had a l...Read More
If you do not pay Orlando child support, the other parent of the child may file a motion for contempt of court against you. In evaluating whether you should be held in contempt for not paying child support, the ju...Read More
An Orlando guardianship is necessary, if you face the following:
- Your spouse, relative, close friend, or neighbor is incompetent.
- You have a child that is receiving a settlement, or monies fro... Read More
If you are getting an Orlando divorce and are requesting alimony, make sure you have your spouse obtain a life insurance policy to cover the alimony. In order for the judge to order your spouse to obtain life insurance ...Read More
First, in order to file for divorce in Orlando, Florida, you have to pay the clerk of court a $408.00 filing fee. You will also have to pay the clerk $10.00 fee for summons. Then you will have to pay to have the sheriff, o...Read More
The Florida Statute 61.075 is the equitable distribution statute in Florida. The statute states that the date of valuation for assets and liabilities is the date the petition for dissolution is filed. The court will value the assets and debts as of the date of filing the petition for dissoluti...Read More
If you are getting a divorce, or establishing paternity and custody, and wondering whether you are entitled to Orlando child support; here are some pointers to help you with the issue.
- First, you need t... Read More
Why do people wait to the last minute to have their Orlando prenuptial agreement prepared? Why is this a bad idea? This is a bad idea because drafting a well written prenuptial agreement takes time. It cannot...Read More
Does Hitting Your Child With a Belt Constitute Excessive Corporal Punishment Child Abuse in the Orlando, Florida Area
Does hitting your child with a belt or object constitute excessive corporal punishment/child abuse in the Orlando, Florida area? The best practice is to put your child in time out and not hit your child. If you hit your c...Read More