Giving Men An Equal Voice In Divorce

Clearwater, Florida, Divorce And Family Law Blog

Tax issues related to divorce

Dissolving your marriage may trigger a number of taxable events that you may need to account for. If you have to sell your Florida home pursuant to a divorce, it may result in paying capital gains taxes in addition to any transaction fees that your local government...

Nesting as a child custody strategy

Generally speaking, Florida law allows a parent of either gender to have a relationship with their child. Therefore, as a father, you have an opportunity to obtain either custody or visitation rights to your child. In many cases, this means that your child will spend...

Status of kids born from fertility alternatives

Florida residents who have fertility problems have options for having children. Assisted reproductive technology can help. However, there are laws regarding the presumed status of children conceived through certain methods. Criteria for parentage Per Florida law,...

Post-divorce planning for stay-at-home parents

Divorce is a challenge for all involved, but it can be particularly difficult for stay-at-home parents. Often out of the workforce for many years and financially dependent on their Florida spouse, they will often need to make major changes after the end of their...

Overcoming your spouse’s objection to a divorce

Florida law allows you to get divorced for just about any reason that you can think of. Therefore, even if your spouse doesn't want to end the marriage, there is little that can stop you from following through with your intention to do so. However, this doesn't mean...

What to know about getting divorced

In a divorce settlement, you may be entitled to retain ownership of a Florida home or other assets that were acquired during a marriage. You may also be entitled to custody or visitation rights to a child regardless of your gender assuming that granting them would be...