Legal Articles, Divorce & Family Law

Ohio Unmarried Father's Rights Must be Preserved by the Father

Ohio Unmarried Fathers, Father's Rights

COMMON MYTHS ABOUT SHARED PARENTING PLANS AND JOINT CUSTODY

For parents who are in the process of going through a divorce or child custody case

When Holiday Despair Outweighs the Holiday Cheer

Dealing with high conflict relationships and emotional abuse

Divorce Rates Increase After Holidays

Why Divorce Rates Increase After The Holidays?

Custody rights for the unwed father. Step 3: Child Support.

Custody rights for the unwed father. Step 3: Child Support. Florida pre-approved forms for Child Support Guidelines. http://lauramwright.com/custody-rights-father-child-support #fathersrights #childcustody #childsupport #familylaw #parentingtime

Custody rights for the unwed father. Step 2: The Parenting Plan.

Custody rights for the unwed father. Step 2: The Parenting Plan. Florida pre-approved forms for establishing paternity and a parenting plan. #parentingtime #fathersrights #custody #parentingplan #familylaw #familyattorney #paternity

Custody rights for the unwed father. Step 1: Establishing paternity.

Custody rights for the unwed father. Step 1: Establishing paternity. Florida pre-approved forms for establishing paternity.

Alimony

Will you be ordered to pay Alimony in Florida?

Child Support Modification

Florida courts provide some self-help forms for the pro se litigant. You may be able to handle your basic child support modification needs, but it is always best to get a family lawyer to help you. Though these forms are helpful, there may be case facts that allow for other avenues. Call, text, or email us for help with your Child Support Modification! 904-504-8689 contact@lauramwright.com http://lauramwright.com/child-support-modification

Divorce

In Florida, the only grounds needed for a divorce is that the marriage must be irretrievably broken. A divorce is a package deal, closing up all issues during the same proceeding. This means you will get the divorce, your assets will be split, alimony will be determined, and, if applicable, your child custody and child support will be ordered.

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