The alimony laws in Florida permit modifying or terminating an alimony obligation in the instance of a supportive relationship being created. Often, a former spouse that was awarded alimony will choose to cohabitate with another partner after the divorce proceedings have been finalized. The challenging issue is determining at what point cohabitation reaches a point that constitutes the requisite level of a supportive relationship that […]
Do you have a loved one who has become recently incapacitated? Are you concerned that someone you care about lacks the mental or physical abilities to take care of themselves? While Florida guardianship statutes offer many options to ensure the people important to you are adequately cared for, the judicial system can be complex and intimidating. The experienced attorneys of Beller & Bustamante, P.L., can […]
Perhaps you have recently learned that a loved one appointed you the guardian of his or her minor children in his or her will. Or, perhaps you are concerned about the safety, financial security, or general well being of a minor child and are interested in learning more about your options for seeking guardianship. Whatever the case may be, assuming the role of guardian for a minor […]
If you’re facing a legal issue that affects your family, such as divorce or separation, adoption, child custody, marriage, property settlements, spousal support/alimony, or child support, you need the help of a family law attorney. Not every family law attorney will have experience in every aspect of family law, however. It’s a good idea to look for an attorney who is familiar with many […]
One concern that family members have in divorces, is whether or not they will still be able to visit the children. For many grandparents, a divorce can be worrisome. They may wonder if their time with their grandchildren will be limited, or cut off entirely. This can lead many grandparents to wonder if they have any rights to visitation.
In Florida, grandparents have […]