Blog Posts in 2020

  • 22-Jun-2020

    Fishing Licenses Suspensions for Child Support in Florida

    Do you love to fish in the Orlando Area? Some of the best local spots to fish include Cypress Grove Park, Bear Creek Park, Lake Lotus Park, Blanchard Park, Overlook Park, Tucker Ranch Recreation and Nature Complex, Bill Frederick Park and Pool at ...
  • 8-Jun-2020

    Will I Get a Stimulus Check for My College Student?

    In the middle of March 2020, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic, known as COVID-19. Within days, governors across the nation started shutting schools, gatherings, concerts, movie theatres, and ...
  • 18-May-2020

    Parents: You May Want to Reconsider Moving Away!

    When people get a divorce, their lives usually change a lot. If you’re getting a divorce, your life will probably look very different five years from now. When marriages die, new relationships are born. Often, a divorce is a springing board for ...
  • 4-May-2020

    Answers About Your Stimulus Check & Kids

    Since the coronavirus ( COVID-19 ) pandemic was declared a national emergency by President Donald Trump in mid-March, life as we know it has changed. “Non-essential” businesses were ordered to close their doors. Schools shut down, and ...
  • 23-Mar-2020

    How Can I Prevent COVID-19?

    As of this writing, there is no vaccine to prevent the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), so the best thing for people to do is avoid exposure if at all possible. According to the Florida Department of Health, those who are most susceptible to ...
  • 13-Mar-2020

    How Will COVID-19 Impact Family Law?

    The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has affected virtually every aspect of American’s lives. From school closures, to gym closures, to closed restaurants, to canceled events, to people losing their jobs, to people being ordered to work from ...
  • 17-Feb-2020

    Can Gift Giving Be a Form of Parental Alienation?

    Many might say that it’s natural for divorcing spouses to despise each other. They may even argue that it’s normal and socially acceptable for them to speak poorly about each other, especially when such couples have dealt with adultery, ...
  • 3-Feb-2020

    How Child Support Can Impact Your New Marriage

    In all 50 states, both parents are legally obligated to support their children, whether they are married, never married, or divorced. If you are the noncustodial parent and you have been ordered to pay child support, it’s important to ...
  • 20-Jan-2020

    Passport Denials for Past-Due Child Support

    Sometimes it can be difficult for noncustodial parents to keep up with their child support payments, especially if they lose their job or they have to go on workers’ compensation. Regardless of a noncustodial parent’s financial ...
  • 6-Jan-2020

    How to Behave on Social Media During Divorce

    If you’re like the vast majority of Americans, you have at least one, if not multiple social media accounts. While most people in their 20s, 30s, and 40s have a Facebook and Instagram account at the very least, Facebook is still the most widely ...

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