Practice Areas

Child Support

Child Support Attorney Serving Brevard County, Florida Did you know child support is calculated according to a mathematical formula? Child support is based on the combined net monthly income of the parents. Net monthly income is calculated after the parties exchange financial affidavits and financial records to support the numbers on their affidavit. Arriving at [..]

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Dissolution

Guiding You Through The Divorce Process In Brevard County, Florida There are NO winners in a divorce. The dissolution of a marriage is hard on everyone involved, and exceptionally difficult for the children. Untangling your life from that of your ex without destroying a family is never easy. What are reasonable expectations for a settlement [..]

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Paternity

Legal Assistance Establishing or Dis-establishing Paternity In Brevard County, Florida When two married people have a child, the mother and the father in the marriage are the “legal” parents of the child. But when two unmarried people have a child, several issues arise. Did you know the law grants the biological mother “natural” guardianship of [..]

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Temporary Custody by a Relative

Temporary Custody Attorney Serving Brevard County, Florida Life can be complicated. There are times when a parent cannot care for a child. A good parent should recognize their limitations and abilities and ALWAYS decide what is best for the child. Addiction problems, recovery challenges, medical issues, military deployment, etc., can interfere with a parent’s ability [..]

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Modifications

Modifying Court Orders In Brevard County, Florida The court orders established during your divorce are legally binding, which means you need to follow them to the letter to avoid trouble moving forward. But what happens when your circumstances change? You may lose your job, need to move to another state, get married, have more children, [..]

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Wage Deduction Orders

Wage Deduction Orders Attorney Serving Brevard County, Florida Wage deduction orders, also known as wage garnishments, are orders to an employer to retain a portion of a person’s wages to pay debts. In the world of family law, wage deduction orders are usually related to child support. When a parent fails to keep up with [..]

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Dept. of Revenue – Child Support Enforcement

Child Support Enforcement In Brevard County, Florida When the judge lays down a court order to pay child support, your ex is supposed to pay the amount ordered – on-time and in-full. But no matter how legally binding the court order is, if your ex makes the decision to not pay, there is little that [..]

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Time Sharing

Time-Sharing And Visitation In Brevard County, Florida The time-sharing and visitation arrangements between parents are a key issue in any divorce with children or paternity matter. Ideally, you and the other parent can agree to how you will share custody and arrange visitation. The more you can agree, the less expensive and emotionally draining your [..]

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Parenting

Parenting Plans In Brevard County, Florida Florida family law courts always base decisions on what is best for the children. In recent years, there has been an effort to ensure that both parents are as involved in the lives of each child as much as possible, which is why in many cases parents will both [..]

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Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13

Clients are often overwhelmed by their financial crisis. They seek legal advice at the point where there are no alternatives. They have struggled to handle their situation alone. We recommend getting a consultation early. The first appointment may be informational only, BUT why not maximize your financial future by making the bankruptcy laws work for [..]

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