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The Primary Reasons to Consult a Boca Raton Attorney When Filing for Divorce

If you are currently going through a divorce, or you are looking to begin the process of filing for a divorce, then you may be wondering whether you need to consult a divorce attorney or if you can deal with the divorce proceedings on your own. While many people may be tempted to handle the… Read more »

The Admissibility of Social Media as Evidence in Florida Wrongful Death Cases

Question: If you lost your loved one due to the negligent actions of another person and that person posted information about the incident on social media, could those posts be used as evidence in a wrongful death case? Answer: Yes. An Example According to an article from the SunSentinel, the Fourth District Court of Appeals… Read more »

Prenuptial Agreements in Florida to Protect Your Kids’ Assets

Remarrying during your senior years makes some people feel giddy and alive. But high-net worth individuals have more to lose if they don’t communicate exactly how they want their assets divided in the future. When you have children from a prior marriage or relationship, it’s prudent to contemplate prenuptial agreements in Florida that protect your… Read more »

Boca Raton Child Custody Attorney for High Conflicts

High-conflict divorces are sometimes the result of parents with personality disorders such as narcissistic personality disorder or borderline personality disorder. While it’s best to get along and put the child’s interest first, that does not always mean the same thing for every family. If you are dealing with a contentious divorce, make sure to work… Read more »

Termination of Parental Rights in Florida

With some exceptions, essentially every child’s biological parent is automatically given legal rights in regards to the child. What are those rights? Some of the rights that a biological parent is automatically  given include the following: The ability to be around the child/children The ability to make the decision on who else can have access… Read more »