When a child is born out of wedlock, simply having the father's name on the child's birth certificate does not give the father legal rights over that child. Legal paternity must first be established, whether it be by DNA testing, acknowledgment or court order.
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A Prenuptial agreement (also referred to as antenuptial or premarital agreement) is a contract between a couple prior to getting married that becomes effective upon marriage. The purpose of the contract is to settle the rights and obligations of the parties with respect to assets, liabilities, and can also include prRead More
Mediation is an informal meeting to try to resolve your case without having to go to court and have a judge, and complete stranger, make decisions for you and your family. This process can take place prior to opening a case or after it has been open, and can save you lots of time, money and headaches.
Today, over 50% of marriages end in divorce. We understand that it is a difficult subject and can often become a painful process for all the parties involved. This is why it is important to know and understand what the process of divorce entails and what options are right for you, as every case is different. Divorce does not have to be a full-blRead More
When minor children are involved, child support is an important topic. The state of Florida provides child support guidelines to determine the amount of support the child(ren) require on a monthly basis. The guidelines are based on the number of minor children and the combined income of both parents. The amount each parent pays will depend on theRead More