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  • Allegations Of Parental Alienation Follow After One Parent Moves To Florida

    The act of one parent alienating children from the other parent is a serious one that can have drastic consequences on the children shared by the parents. For parents who are alienated from their children, it can be difficult, if not impossible, to undo the damage done. Additionally, as seen in a re … Read more »

  • Wealthy Parties Revisit Spousal Support Order

    For people on the outside, the lifestyles of the fabulously wealthy can be a source of fascination. Just as celebrities may live a life filled with possessions and experiences most of us may never experience, their financial complications can also be unique. When it comes to high-asset divorce, ther … Read more »

  • Father’s Failure To Pay Child Support Lands Him In Prison

    We have blogged in the past about the importance of following court orders, particularly as they relate to issues such as child support and spousal support. Not only can refusing to follow support orders result in financial penalties and a loss of access to appeals. But as we see in a recent decisio … Read more »

  • Father’s Job Impacts How He Can Have Access To Children During COVID-19

    As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its second calendar year of involvement and invasiveness in our lives, we’ve been looking back at a year of our blogs and recognizing how big a role the virus has had in family law for the last ten months. There’s little doubt that we are indeed living in a “new… Vi … Read more »

  • Failure To Follow Court Orders Has Very Real Cost

    If there’s one thing we’ve learned in over 25 years of providing family law advice, it’s that things might not always go as planned during litigation. But our experience has also taught us that despite one matter not going your way, it’s important to follow the direction of the courts or else face a … Read more »