How Florida Courts are Handling the Coronavirus Pandemic

So what does the current COVID-19 pandemic mean for Florida courts? For the time being, it means most court proceedings will be held remotely with attorneys and clients appearing telephonically and submitting evidence electronically. No jury trials will be conducted, and no mass-motion calendar hearings will occur for issues regarding child-support and simplified divorces. I will do my best to update this page as more information becomes available. Stay calm, stay safe, and do your part to protect those most vulnerable during this time.

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Best Attorney in Pinellas County

The better question is: “Who is the best family law attorney for me? Everyone’s case is different and while you might be able to find the oldest, the most experienced, or the most popular family law attorney near you, that doesn’t necessarily mean . . .

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The Human Element

I often advise my clients as to what course of action they should take regarding their legal issues. Clients naturally want to know what the outcome will be when the case is over and the dust has settled. It can be difficult to explain that while I may have a good idea of how things should turn out in the end, the fact is…

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Best Interest of the Child – Part 2

Even after divorce, parents need to have an open line of communication about matters concerning the child. You don’t have to be best friends or even like each other, but you do still have to talk in some way to your ex about your child. For better or worse, you share a child, and it is important for your child to be able to live his or her life without . . .

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