13Jan, 2017

A Quick Guide to the Common Financial Issues of a Divorce

January 13th, 2017|Divorce|

Jacksonville Attorney Quick Guide to Common Money Issues of a Divorce

after divorce financesDivorce can take a lot out of anyone. From emotional to physical exhaustion, one area that divorcing couples may not think about (and should) is that of their finances. Finances change dramatically post-divorce, and you and your spouse must make major decisions cautiously because they will impact you both for the rest of your lives.

It […]

6Jan, 2017

Who Insures the Kids After a Divorce?

January 6th, 2017|Family Law|

Jacksonville Divorce Attorney Helping Parents Insure their Kids Following the Proceedings

Children Custody FormHealth insurance coverage is essential, especially after a divorce. While each parent may have access to health insurance from an employer or a private policy, the question of which parent will insure the children from the marriage always comes up.

After a divorce, your children have two homes, two families, and two people caring for […]

30Dec, 2016

Paternity: How Biology Plays a Role in Child Custody and Support Hearings

December 30th, 2016|Child Custody|

Experienced Divorce Attorneys Help Settle Child Custody and Support Issues for Biological Parents in Florida

Child Holding a Parent's HandWhen parents are not married, but are working out child custody and support for minor children, parentage must be established in order for the courts to rule. Determining parentage and the role it plays depends on the marital status and living arrangement of the two biological parents.

When the Mother […]

23Dec, 2016

Thinking About a Reverse Mortgage? Consider Your Beneficiaries First

December 23rd, 2016|Estate Planning|

Florida Estate Planning Attorneys Explain how a Reverse Mortgage may Affect Beneficiaries

torn dollar billReverse mortgages are there to help seniors who do not have adequate funds for retirement. They tap into their home’s equity and receive monthly installments, but do not owe any payments on the home. With these loans, there is no principal or interest due on the mortgage. Instead, the loan accrues interest over time, […]

16Dec, 2016

Should You Implement a No-Contest Clause in Your Will?

December 16th, 2016|Estate Planning|

Florida Estate Planning Attorneys Explain No-Contest Clauses in Will Preparation

last willWhen one sets out to create an estate plan, he or she does not expect family members to bicker and fight over the decisions. An individual especially does not want loved ones taking other family members to court and creating rifts. However, it is common. This is why some implement no-contest clauses in the estate plan. […]