If you have a child born out of wedlock you should establish paternity for that child. In Florida, Florida Statute Chapter 742 deals with determining paternity. Pursuant to Florida Statute 742.011 it states that “[a]ny woman who is pregnant or has a child, any man who has reason to believe that he is the father of a child,
Hurricanes and Home Foreclosure – how they relate. There were two massive hurricanes recently that caused significant damage to many peoples home. Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma caused several people to have damage to their home, loss of belongings and loss of wages. In addition, to the cost they spent to prepare for the Hurricanes.
Have you been served with a divorce, custody or another type of family law case? Not sure what to do now. Here are some pointers on what you should do in this situation. First things first – Take a deep breath. You will be okay. Second – Review the paperwork in its entirety and make
Have you heard about the changes to DOR cases Fl. Stat. 409 and that they now can involve Timesharing? There is a lot to know about these changes. If you have been served with any DOR case and they are requesting you to agree to or fill out information on an agreed upon parenting tie
Denying a Father Time Sharing is an on going issue we encounter in this field. We handle many custody cases that deal with parents who had children out of wedlock. We are specifically going to address parents with children who are not married in this blog as the facts are different when a couple is