(561) 338-LAWS Available 24 Hours
(561) 338-5297 Boca Raton Divorce Lawyer & Family Law Attorney

Articles

Pursuing A Boca Raton Wrongful Death

If one of your loved ones is killed in any type of accident in Boca Raton, you could have a claim for wrongful death. What is wrongful death? Wrongful death is largely any death that was caused by the negligent, careless, or intentional act of someone else. The majority of wrongful death actions have resulted… Read more »

What Questions Should You Ask A Boca Raton Medical Negligence Lawyer?

Suffering an injury due to medical negligence can be a traumatic experience, and it can result in short-term stress and long-term stress. Medical negligence is not considered a rarity. There are over 15,000 medical negligence claims filed in the United States every year. If you are injured in Boca Raton because of medical negligence and… Read more »

Is Child Support Mediation Currently A Better Choice Than Waiting For A Court Decision During The Covid Crisis?

In Florida, child support is based on both parents’ income, daycare costs, health insurance premiums, and the balance of custody, in an average situation. Many of us have struggled during this pandemic and, as we can see from our unemployment rates, joblessness has increased during this time which greatly upsets the balance of your support agreement. Our current situation… Read more »

Four Myths About Child Custody in Boca Raton

Boca Raton Divorce Lawyer Ronald Zakarin If you are going through a divorce, you may have an assortment of concerns and questions, some of them involving your children. You might be worried that your soon-to-be ex-spouse will get custody of your children or that you won’t be treated fairly in the child custody process. You… Read more »

Understanding Potential Alimony Changes Introduced In Florida’s House And Senate In 2020

Many people are required to pay or receive alimony as part of their divorce settlement. Many people agree with the practice and many people do not. What most people can agree on is that the current structure of Florida’s alimony system is not great, definitely not what it could be. This year, 2020, a few bills were proposed… Read more »