CHILD TESTIMONY IN FLORIDA CUSTODY AND DIVORCE CASES It is not uncommon for a party in a Florida divorce or family law case to seek testimony from a child, particularly when time-sharing (a.k.a. "custody") is at issue. On occasion, a self-represented party will show up to court in one of my ... » Learn More about CAN A CHILD TESTIFY IN FLORIDA DIVORCE & CHILD CUSTODY CASES?
HOW DO I MODIFY MY ALIMONY WHEN MY EX IS LIVING WITH SOMEONE ELSE? SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS IN FLORIDA. Florida law allows for the modification or termination of alimony based on the existence of a supportive relationship. It is common for a former spouse receiving alimony to cohabitate with a ... » Learn More about SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS IN FLORIDA: MY EX IS LIVING WITH SOMEONE ELSE! CAN I MODIFY OR TERMINATE MY ALIMONY OBLIGATION?
Deciding whether or not to start the divorce process is usually a hard decision. To help people know what to expect throughout the processs I have created this infographic providing an overview of the Florida divorce process. For people who want to more in-depth information on the divorce process, ... » Learn More about The Florida Divorce Process: Infographic and In Depth Outline
I’ve Been Served with a Florida Divorce Petition: What Should I Do? Hello, my name is Chris Taylor. I'm a divorce and family law attorney practicing in Northeast Florida. I have offices in both St. Augustine and Jacksonville. The topic of today’s podcast and blog post is “I've been served with a ... » Learn More about I’ve Been Served with a Florida Divorce Petition: What Should I Do?
Florida law provides a mechanism for members of the same family to seek an injunction for protection against domestic violence (“injunction”). An injunction, also know as a restraining order to many non-lawyers, is a powerful tool because of its immediate ability to remove one party from his or her ... » Learn More about Defending Injunctions in Jacksonville, Clay County and St. Johns County, Florida