Help Us Help You How to Minimize Stress and Fees Most family law matters are stressful, emotional, and costly. To help manage your case, and your stress, your attorney’s job is to advise you and keep you informed. Your job is to listen to their advice. Whether discussing deadlines, or the dos and don’ts of […]
Why should I hire a divorce lawyer? Because your problems become your attorney’s problems now. When you hire a divorce attorney, they take your problems on, worry about it, and you can decrease your panic about the situation. Because now you have someone to shoulder your problems. Divorce attorneys do not know everything. We are
How do I get Rehabilitative Alimony in Florida? Rehabilitative alimony’s goal is to bring the payee as close as possible to being able to support themselves, instead of indefinitely having to rely on their ex. Rehabilitative alimony allows the asking spouse to receive provisional support so that they can redevelop a skill, or pursue a
Am I entitled to Bridge the gap alimony? “Bridge the gap” alimony is based off the idea that two spouses living apart have more expenses than when they lived together. For example, take a cable bill. While married, a couple only had one cable bill, but because they separated, they now have two separate bills.
How does Florida set child support? By a Florida child support calculator. Here is a helpful link to a calculator: Florida Child Support Calculator Unlike alimony (which currently has no calculator in Florida), child support is figured out by a statutory equation. It’s a an equation that you put in some variables: net income, overnights, child
How long do I have to live in Florida to get a divorce? One party must reside in the state of Florida for six months prior to the filing of the divorce in order to be able to prove jurisdiction for a dissolution of marriage proceeding in Florida. Please contact a Tampa Divorce Attorney at William S. Foley, P.A.
I live out of state, but my divorce is in florida! Can you help me? Yes! Absolutely! William S. Foley, P.A. can help you with Florida cases, as the Office only practices in Florida. Therefore, if you have a Florida Divorce or Family Law case then the Office has the ability to assist you even
Is Florida a No Fault Divorce state? The concept of ‘No Fault Divorce’ is one that has evolved over time as state legislatures attempted to redefine the legal rules surrounding the dissolution of marriages. Historically, states required parties to a divorce to prove ‘fault’ regarding the demise of the marriage. For example, New York required
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