No more than 5% of Florida attorneys are selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers based on their experience, conduct, results, and achievements.
A Board Certified Specialist is a legal expert, an attorney with a sterling reputation who has taken high-level training and passed a rigorous exam for their specific field. About a mere 7% of Florida lawyers are specialists.
After a thoroughly vetted voting process among Florida lawyers, less than 2% of Florida s active attorneys are included in the Florida Legal Elite roster.
The Florida Association for Women Lawyers annually recognizes the attorneys who demonstrate an exceptional commitment to the community, peers, and gender equality.
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Before I Divorce, Is There a Residency Requirement in Florida?
If you are going to file for divorce in Florida, one spouse must have lived as a resident in Florida for at least six months before divorce papers are submitted. If you have lived outside Florida temporarily, a judge has to decide whether or not you can still be counted as a resident. If you’re in the military, however, you still could be considered a Florida resident even if you have been stationed somewhere outside of Florida.
What Is Imputed Income in a Child Support Case?
When a court deems that a parent has purposefully quit a job, refused a promotion, or underreported salary in order to get out of paying the full child support that they could, the court can impute a higher income to that parent, calculating what he or she truly owes in child support accordingly.
How Can Mediation Help Me?
Whether you want to use a mediator for a divorce, child custody, or other family law dispute, mediation has helped thousands of our clients save time, money, and needless stress. A neutral third party, the mediator, can help you and the other party to negotiate a mutually satisfactory settlement that enables you to make the final decisions instead of a judge. As this amicable process keeps you out of court, it not only saves you from extensive legal costs, but it also ensures that your case remains private, away from public view.