CHILDREN OF PARENTS UNDERGOING DIVORCE

CHILDREN OF PARENTS UNDERGOING DIVORCE

It’s the saddest part of my job. When divorcing parents are working together, that’s great! Unfortunately, I only see this 50% of the time. The Florida courts have mandatory courses for parents undergoing this. Sometimes, it works. Sometimes, it is to the benefit of the children for the parents to get divorced. They are not witness to unhappy relationships, exposed to the stress of the relationship and less likely to have the parents take their frustrations out on them. Post-divorce children are more adaptive then one would think. I just wish all parents would take the “best interests of the minor children” doctrine a lot more seriously.

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FLORIDA PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS

FLORIDA PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS

More and more, I am becoming a fan of prenuptial agreements. It is a protection against spouses and fianc├ęs with hidden agendas. If done properly, it can protect the innocent spouse from a wide range of issues in the event of divorce. The one thing it can’t cover, are issues concerning minor children. The Florida Courts have a particular interest as to the best interests of the minor children. And if you are participating in online dating services, DO A BACKGROUND CHECK!

See a reputable family law attorney for more information how this all may benefit you.

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CHILD SUPPORT, VISITATION AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

CHILD SUPPORT, VISITATION AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

The State of Florida, Department of Revenue (Child Support Enforcement), gets involved in a child support case when one party fails to make child support payments and the other parent uses some government benefit for the minor child. A lot of times, this is in paternity cases besides post-divorce cases. What most people don’t know is that the Department of Revenue (DOR) will not deal with matters of custody or visitation in the case. You must pursue your interests in a different court action. If you are seeking a change of custody or timeshare (visitation), that should be resolved first. Then we can go to the DOR court action to work out the element of child support.

Contact Mr. Werter either online or via phone at 561.826.9310 to schedule an initial consultation. We accept Visa and Mastercard for family law services.