1. Child Abuse Prevention Month in Florida

    National Child Abuse Prevention Month, also known as Child Abuse Prevention Month, is an annual observance in the United States to raise awareness of child abuse, abandonment and neglect. April has been designated Child Abuse Prevention Month in the United States since 1983. The goal is to encourage…Read More

  2. Reasons to Relocate with Children in Florida

    Top Reasons Parents Seek to Relocate with Children after a Divorce

    Relocating with children after a divorce can be a difficult process for various reasons. On a personal level, children become grounded in their communities and schools, and they enjoy familiar faces around every corner. Despite this stability, child relocation is a reality, and the reasons to reloca…Read More

  3. 4 Steps to Obtain an Uncontested Divorce

    An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties agree to the terms of the divorce. The value of an uncontested divorce, as opposed to a contested divorce, is that the parties can avoid the time, cost, and anxiety associated with a contentious divorce case. When the parties obtain an uncontested …Read More

  4. 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

  5. Parenting After a Florida Divorce

    How To Recover Financially After A Divorce

    Chances are, you’re well aware of the emotional and financial struggles associated with going through a divorce. No matter what side of the divorce you’re on, separation can lead to a  host of insecurities, chief among them are financial struggles. Our primary goal here at The Wheeler Firm is t…Read More