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Father Permitted to Take Child to Cuba

A family court judge in Florida ruled that a baby girl would be placed in the legal custody of her biological father. The judge also ruled the the father could leave the country with the infant, returning to his native Cuba. The child's mother died during childbirth, and the infant must be cleared medically before READ MORE

By |2018-05-21T15:39:45+00:00May 18, 2018|In the News|

Are Three Parents Better Than Two?

Paternity cases are never easy but they can be particularly difficult when a wrench is thrown into the works. Such is the case in Tallahassee, where a five-year-old girl has found herself in the middle of a custody battle between the man who was married to her mother when the child was born, and the READ MORE

By |2018-05-15T11:13:56+00:00May 11, 2018|In the News|

Immigrants Frightened of Leaving Abusive Relationships

According to a domestic violence shelter in Central Florida, many undocumented victims in Central Florida are too afraid to leave relationships that may be emotionally, physically or financially abusive. One such victim recently sat down with a reporter to describe her life. That woman chose to remain unidentified. The reporter details the story of the READ MORE

By |2018-05-07T15:53:57+00:00May 4, 2018|In the News|

Want a $2 Million Condo? It Could Be Yours

After his actions following the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York City, Mayor Rudy Giuliani became wildly popular. Following the attacks, he quickly became known as America's Mayor. However, he is now making headlines for a less commendable reason; he is getting divorced from his third wife. Giuliani and his third wife are in the READ MORE

By |2018-05-01T10:56:18+00:00April 27, 2018|In the News|

Child Custody Dispute and Missing Toddler

Officials in Pembroke Pines are attempting to locate a missing woman and her daughter. They have been missing since March 3rd, and police believe the woman took the child with her when she left the child's father. Detectives think that the woman may attempt to move to Germany with the child without the permission of the READ MORE

By |2018-04-23T13:40:00+00:00April 20, 2018|In the News|

Ruling Handed Down in Cabrera Child Support Case

We have brought you news of Miguel Cabrera's legal woes since they hit the press, and now a ruling has been handed down by a judge. Instead of receiving the $100,000 per month his ex-mistress wanted, Cabrera will be paying just $12,000 in child support every 30 days. Cabrera was ordered by a judge to READ MORE

By |2018-04-16T15:06:59+00:00April 13, 2018|In the News|

Do Therapists Recommend Divorce to Couples?

People who are contemplating divorce may avoid therapy, believing that a professional who is meant to help couples work out their issues would never be honest enough to recommend a divorce. The truth of the matter is that therapists help couples come to their own conclusions, meaning that a divorce may definitely be on the READ MORE

By |2018-04-10T13:52:28+00:00April 6, 2018|In the News|

Can Your Spouse Demand Social Media Etiquette?

Rapper Rick Ross has asked a court to order his child's mother to delete all of her social media posts about him. He also wants the court to order her to suspend all of her social media accounts. The mother of Ross's child sued him back in 2007 for paternity. A custody agreement was reached READ MORE

By |2018-03-27T10:50:46+00:00March 22, 2018|In the News|

New Tax Laws May Make Divorce More Difficult

Divorce is incredibly stressful, and it may be made more so by the new tax laws. We've discussed the changes to alimony laws in past articles, and now divorce attorneys are predicting that divorce may be even more stressful thanks to the tax plan that passed earlier this year. Over the last seven decades, the READ MORE

By |2018-03-21T17:41:49+00:00March 16, 2018|In the News|

Divorce Considered Adverse Childhood Event

A new report titled "The Prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences, Nationally, by State, and by Race or Ethnicity" names divorce as a childhood event that can have adverse effects on young people. There are several events that can add up in such a way that childhood development and adult behaviors are negatively impacted --- divorce READ MORE

By |2018-03-15T14:05:39+00:00March 9, 2018|In the News|