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Disestablishment of Paternity- In family law, a court will enter an order not only declaring that a father is not the legal father of the child but that he does not have any obligation to continue paying child support., click on Learn More.
Paternity- The purpose of a paternity case is to determine the natural and legal father of a minor. If you want to learn more about paternity, click on Learn More.
Name Change- In the state of Florida minors and adults may request a name change. If you want to learn more about name change, click on Learn More.
Modification- This makes it appropriate to modify the terms of the original agreement or court order. If you want to learn more about modification, click on Learn More.
Alimony- The courts looks at whether a party has an actual need for alimony and whether the other party has the ability to pay. If you want to learn more about alimony, click on Learn More.
Premarital Agreement and Post-marital Agreement- These agreements are often used to protect property. If you want to learn more about premarital and post-marital agreements, click on Learn More.
Adoption- Under Florida law, any person, a minor or an adult can be adopted. If you want to learn more about adoption, click on Learn More.
Domestic Violence- In family law, a victim of domestic violence can petition the court for a restraining order. If you want to learn more about domestic violence, click on Learn More.
Child Custody- In Florida, when it comes to child custody, the state views mothers and fathers as equals. If you want to learn more about child custody, click on Learn More.
Child Support- The child support guidelines are based on the parent’s combined net income. If you want to learn more about child support, click on Learn More.
A family law issue can be a very difficult situation to experience. The emotions and the law, we understand that every family situation is different. Our firm understand that fact, and we are willing to use every available tool to reach the necessary end. Our firm is deeply committed to providing our clients with a high quality and truly professional assistance that our clients deserve.
Divorce (Dissolution of Marriage)- Florida is a no fault state. If you want to learn more about divorce, click on Learn More.