Divorce is rarely a simple process. When you are facing the realities of divorce, you need the services of a team of Miami-Dade divorce attorneys who will help you understand your options and the realities about your future. The divorce attorneys at ABN Law Group provide experienced, compassionate and effective advocacy that delivers results, so you can enter the divorce process with confidence, knowing that your needs will be met.
When you are divorcing and children are involved in the marriage, one of the most important considerations you will make is how you and your ex will share your parenting responsibilities. In most cases, this will include a parenting plan that includes shared parenting time and the continued influence of both parents. Unfortunately, it is possible for one parent to overtake the negotiations and walk away with a plan that alienates the other parent. The Miami-Dade child custody and support attorneys at the ABN Law Group are here to help you though this process and ensure this does not happen.
The divorce process involves many court decisions. Sometimes, after a decision regarding distribution of assets, child custody, visitation or support is made, circumstances show that help with enforcement is necessary. Other times, modification is required to make the agreement fair. In both of these instances, you will need the services of a team of Miami-Dade post-judgment enforcement and modification attorneys.
If you are a parent considering a relocation or wish to prevent the relocation of your child, it is crucial that you seek the advice of an experienced family law attorney. Our attorneys at ABN Law Group can help you. Call us to set up a strategy conference so that we can help you present a compelling case to your family judge.
When a child is born to parents who are not married, the child support and custody arrangements can be a bit more complicated. Often, unwed parents need to prove paternity in order to ensure child support and custody arrangements are fair, both to the parents and to the child. If you are seeking to prove paternity of your child, you will want to partner with a team of caring and discreet Miami-Dade paternity attorneys.
Many of the disagreements that are seen in a divorce can be avoided with the help of a well-thought-out prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. While most new couples are thinking of their future together, not a future that includes divorce, a prenuptial agreement is an important legal protection should your future not go as you plan for your wedding. If you are already married, a postnuptial agreement provides the same protections.
Alimony is one of the most highly contested issues in a divorce. Every alimony case is different. In Florida, a family judge has a great deal of discretion in evaluating the factors necessary to determine if alimony should be awarded, and if so, the duration and amount of the payments.