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 […]

6Mar, 2017

Can My Ex Force Me Out of Our Family Home?

March 6th, 2017|Family Law|

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 must […]

17Feb, 2017

What is a Motion in a Divorce Case?

February 17th, 2017|Family Law|

Experienced Attorneys Explain Why Motions are Filed in Jacksonville Divorce Cases

divorce case motionIn divorce court, you will hear numerous terms thrown about. One that may confuse you is that of the motion. A motion is a legal action that an attorney takes to get an issue into the courtroom and for a judge to rule on it. When you file the petition for divorce, your attorney […]

6Jan, 2017

Who Insures the Kids After a Divorce?

January 6th, 2017|Family Law|

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 them. […]

13Oct, 2016

Five Reasons to Sign a Caregiver Agreement

October 13th, 2016|Family Law|

Family Law Attorneys Assisting Families and Caregivers Across Florida

judge's gavelThere is no denying the value of an adequate caregiver for an ailing or aging family member. There are more than 44 million caregivers (according to Bankrate.com) who provide care to loved ones who need it.

These caregivers can work anywhere from part-time to full-time. Some even offer live-in care services. These caregivers can also be professionals from […]