How to Have An Uncontested Divorce in South Florida

Divorce is never easy. But knowing the law will make the process go much smoother for both parties. For those that qualify, state laws make it relatively painless and straightforward to have an uncontested divorce in South Florida.   What Is An Uncontested Divorce? First off, Florida isn’t just the Sunshine State, it’s a no-fault…

Annulment and Divorce Law in Florida

Not everyone who decides to get married stays married. If you fall into this unfortunate circumstance where your marriage is heading for failure, then you have a few remedies. The remedies for an ending marriage are different depending on when the end occurs. In Florida, a marriage can be ended in one of two ways:…

The Florida Divorce Process

In order to seek a divorce and/or annulment in Florida, multiple hoops need to be jumped through with regard to the court process. The first step in the process is to seek a knowledgeable divorce attorney to assist you with the process and to determine whether you qualify for an annulment or whether you must…

Grounds for Divorce in Florida

Ending a marriage is not an easy step or decision to make for anyone. But in some cases, it is necessary. Every state has different rules with regard to the divorce process. For instance, grounds for granting a divorce typically vary from state to state. Of course, Florida is no exception to this rule. It…

Victory in a Family Law Trial

Our Palm Beach Attorney, Jon Hodges, recently obtained an outstanding result for one of our Family Law clients at trial. There were numerous issues at trial, including a determination on alimony, distribution of the marital assets, and tax related issues. Jon’s hard work and preparation paid off when, at the conclusion of the trial, the…

Divorcing Debt

Attorney, Heather Cherepkai litigated a family law case in which the client, a single dad with limited income and sole provider of his daughter, received a judgment against him from a debt his ex-wife had incurred. Heather objected to the Final Judgment and argued it before the court.  After hearing her argue that the husband…