1. Marital Misconduct in Divorce

    Can Marital Misconduct Affect a Florida Divorce?

    To obtain a divorce in Florida, a party only needs to prove that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.” Florida is a no-fault state and either party may obtain a divorce regardless of marital misconduct. However, that doesn’t mean misconduct will not have an effect on the outcome of the divor…Read More

  2. Long Term Care Medicaid Attorney

    The Pandemic Provides Good Reasons to Reevaluate Your Estate Plan

    The coronavirus pandemic is another example of how life is unpredictable, and how we often have to adjust to changing circumstances that affect our lives. Even before the pandemic, it was recommended to work with your estate lawyer to review your estate plan after key life events. This ensures that …Read More

  3. How To Parent Your Child After A Divorce

    A divorce is a difficult situation to deal with, not only for the couple, but for their children and family as well. If you or your spouse just filed for divorce, your children are probably a top concern and you’ll want to ensure they are able to recover emotionally the same that you will. Some pa…Read More

  4. Protecting Retirement in a Florida Divorce

    Florida Divorce and Your Retirement

    Retirement is something that we all look forward to. It’s a time when you get to settle into a more comfortable lifestyle and benefit from all the hard work you’ve done throughout your life. It’s also a time when we can pursue things that we never had a chance to before, while working long hou…Read More

  5. Florida Adoption Attorney

    The Top Reasons To Adopt A Child

    Deciding whether or not to adopt a child is one of the most important and life-changing decisions someone can make. Not only does adoption mean taking on new responsibilities, it means making an impact on another person’s life that they may not have otherwise. Unfortunately, many people are turned…Read More