The news is filled with reports of Facebook causing divorces. Facebook has made it much easier to get in touch with and rekindle old flames. But, does Facebook matter once a divorce case has started in Florida? The answer is no, yes and it depends. Florida is a non-fault divorce ... » Learn More about Does Facebook Matter in a Divorce?
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Are you looking for an attorney to handle your divorce? If so, one of the first questions you may ask is what makes a good divorce attorney? Different lawyers and people will have different opinions. Here are some points to consider: 1) How long has the attorney been practicing law? 1 to 5 ... » Learn More about Looking for a Divorce Attorney?
Mark Zuckerberg was married the day after Facebook’s enormous IPO. Did Mr. Zuckerberg obtain a pre-nuptial agreement (“pre-nup”)? It is no secret that extremely wealthy people often enter into pre-nupitial agreements prior to marriage. Wealthy people, such as Zuckerberg, can avoid the publicity ... » Learn More about Did Mark Zuckerberg Obtain a Pre-Nup?
Under Florida law, if a parent chooses to relocate more than 50 miles from the child(ren)’s current residence, the parent proposing relocation must file either a Relocation By Agreement or Petition to Permit Relocation with Minor Children. Relocation with Child(ren) by Agreement in Florida ... » Learn More about Relocation with Children under Florida Law
As a Jacksonville child custody attorney, I occasionally encounter situations where a parent is seeking custody of a child living with non-parents. A recent case, Slover v. Meyer, Case No. 2D10-6074 (Fla. 2d DCA 2012) provides a good discussion of Florida law favoring custody rights for fit natural ... » Learn More about Parent vs. Non-Parent Custody Rights in Florida