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When Is Supervised Visitation Necessary?

October 14, 2019

In custody cases, parents often share custody and/or visitation rights, which are agreed upon with help from child custody lawyers in Miami, FL. However, when one parent is deemed unfit—whether that’s due to allegations of substance abuse, domestic violence or otherwise—a judge may decide that supervised visitation is in the... View Article

How Is Same-Sex Divorce Treated in Florida?

September 30, 2019

Since a landmark Supreme Court ruling in 2015, federal law has dictated that same-sex couples have all the same rights regarding marriage as heterosexual couples. But what happens when a same-sex couple decide they want to get divorced? Courts are currently working to adapt the rules for heterosexual divorces to... View Article

Can a Stepparent Adopt a Stepchild?

September 16, 2019

If you have gotten remarried and have welcomed stepchildren into your family, you may be wondering whether or not you can make your relationship with your stepchildren “official” beyond just being married to one of their parents. You can, in fact, go through the adoption process to become the legal... View Article

Consider the Value of a Military Pension During Your Divorce

August 7, 2019

People who have served in the military for years are capable of earning some excellent financial benefits. After 20 years of military service, service members can retire and receive 50 percent of their final salary for the rest of their lives, with those payments being adjusted for inflation. When you... View Article

The Benefits of Mediation for Your Divorce

July 23, 2019

Mediation is a type of conflict resolution process in which a third-party mediator guides each party to the divorce through the various issues facing them. The mediator also assists with better communication so the two sides can clear up any existing misunderstandings and come to agreements they might not otherwise... View Article

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