27Mar, 2017

What Types of Process Services Are Accepted in Florida Family Court?

March 27th, 2017|Family Law|

Family Lawyer in Jacksonville, FL Providing Insight & Helping You

Accepted Process ServicesA process service or service of process is how you serve your spouse with divorce and custody paperwork. In general, it is an easy process, but there are times the act of service becomes complicated, if not impossible.

When your attorney files the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage, the divorce petition, the clerk will issue […]

20Mar, 2017

Important Facts to Know Before Going to Your Divorce Court Hearing

March 20th, 2017|Divorce|

Dedicated Jacksonville Divorce Laywer On Your Side

Divorce Court HearingFamily law cases are emotionally trying, costly, confusing, complicated, and much more. Regardless of whether the divorce is tense or mutually respective, you both will find yourselves in need of a family law attorney to assist you.

The area of family law is highly complex, and the more assets or minor children involved, the more complicated things become. To […]

13Mar, 2017

Five Estate Planning Documents to Obtain When Going through a Divorce

March 13th, 2017|Divorce|

Family & Estate Planning Lawyer Helping You in Jacksonville

estate planning documentsWhen going through a divorce, there is a lot that you must deal with. One important aspect that many couples forget is that of the estate plan. After the divorce is finalized, your estate plan could require a significant change. During the divorce (which may take several months), the courts will still consider your soon-to-be-ex your […]

6Mar, 2017

Can My Ex Force Me Out of Our Family Home?

March 6th, 2017|Family Law|

Jacksonville Divorce Lawyer Giving Valuable Information

force out of family homeDivorce can be extremely confrontational and highly emotional. When sharing a family home and going through a divorce, the issue of who must move out becomes a highly complex legal matter. After all, not all individuals have the legal right to expel someone from the home, especially if both are on the lease or mortgage.

To accurately determine who […]

24Feb, 2017

The Five Emotional Blocks of Estate Planning (and How to Overcome Them)

February 24th, 2017|Estate Planning|

Estate Planning with a LawyerThere is one topic that is emotionally charged, and that no one wants to discuss: Death. No one wants to admit that there is an expiration date on his or her life, but addressing that fact could protect yourself as well as your loved ones. After all, you have spent years building the perfect life for those you love. Now is the time […]