Month: November 2020

Are you worried about your prenuptial agreement?

A prenuptial agreement can be a great way to protect your financial interests as you enter marriage. Such an agreement can set expectations and alleviate some of the tension that your marriage might otherwise face. Yet, if the time comes to dissolve your marriage,...

Factors used to determine child custody in Florida

There are many parents in the Fort Lauderdale area who are no longer with their child’s other birth parent. In situations where parents had a tumultuous breakup putting the past aside and focusing on the best interests of their child can be difficult. When parents are...

Mask mandates could impact child custody in Florida

Divorcing or ending a relationship with children can be messy. It can take much time and effort to establish a child custody plan, and once in place, it is often difficult to alter or modify a current order in Florida without proof of a substantial change in...