Law Practice Areas

Divorce, Mediation, Post Divorce, Child Custody, Child Timesharing, Child Support, Alimony, Prenuptial Agreement, Postnuptial Agreement, Domestic Violence.

Best attorneys in Pembroke Pines, Weston and Sunny Isles Beach, FL.

We understand that deciding to divorce is never simple. Even if both parties agree that a split is best, there still may be plenty of hurt, anger, and fear involved. Our focus is to work toward a thorough settlement agreement and parenting plan (if necessary) with your spouse that addresses all of your concerns, without deepening those existing emotional wounds. Read More>>

Mediation is one of the fundamental pillars at the Divorce & Mediation Law Firm. We believe that when the parties seek to reduce the stress, time and cost of aggressively litigating in court, they can have more control over achieving the best outcome and move toward their future life much sooner than they could when forced to follow the court’s calendar. Read More>>

Although spouses go their separate ways after their divorce, certain factors may bring them back to their attorney again, such as one of the parties needing to modify a child or spousal support order by the court or the desire to modify or enforce the parenting plan approved by the court. Read More>>

When a marriage ends, the couple must make many important decisions and resolve disputes. The issue of parenting and timesharing is one of the biggest concerns to resolve, but the difference being that the legal standard in Florida is the best interest of the child(ren), not the parents. Read More>>

Generally, Florida parents are both legally required to support their children until they are 18 years old or through graduation from high school depending on certain circumstances, regardless of whether they were married or not. Parents may have to support a disabled child through adulthood. Read More>>

Florida law provides the courts several options to award alimony to spouses in divorce proceedings in order to avoid undue hardship for a dependent spouse when the other spouse is a high income earner. Alimony could be awarded in various forms such as bridge-the-gap, rehabilitative, durational, rehabilitative, or permanent, and may be payable in installments or lump sum. Read More>>

A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two people who plan to marry. Many people hesitate to discuss this planning tool with their future spouse for fear of offending them prior to marriage. However, an open discussion about assets and what each person expects in the event of a break up and divorce can lead to a trust-filled relationship. Read More>>

So you got married without a prenuptial agreement? You can still enter into a postnuptial agreement to document how you have agreed to divide property in the event of a divorce. Read More>>

Our compassionate domestic violence attorneys support and protect victims by obtaining domestic violence injunctions or restraining orders against abusive parties. If you feel that your life is in immediate danger, you should call 911. If you are unsure whether to obtain a restraining order, our attorneys can guide you through the legal process to ensure you are able to keep your family safe. Read More>>

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