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Fatal I-75 Crash Serves As Example for Tampa Drivers

Recently, a Sunday morning crash on notorious I-75 left several dead, and even more injured, after a 3-vehicle collision set off a chain of accidents within a span of only a few moments. The accident started when a vehicle hit a parked truck tractor car hauler that had pulled to the side of the road […]

To Ask or Not to Ask, That Is the Question: Things to Check with Your Lawyer

When you are facing a trial of any kind, whether a divorce and/or custody case, or a case following a vehicle accident, it can be very overwhelming to keep track of what you should/shouldn’t do. The questions about which paperwork needs to be saved and given to your lawyer, which dates you need to be […]

Cat in The Courtroom: Do Pets Have A Place in A Custody Battle?

With pets in modern society being treated as family members, or in some extreme cases, like children, it’s no surprise that furry friends have made their way into the courtroom, or at the very least, into their owners’ divorce agreements. While it seems a little odd, custody issues involving pets, specifically dogs, was actually a […]

After The Storm: The Effect of Divorce on Children

Recently, we posted information here on our blog about preparing your children for your divorce. Proper preparation for your kids can make a world of difference in how your family carries on following the dissolution of your marriage to their other parent; however, it’s not a complete solution. Divorce can, and does, have an effect on your […]

Think Twice Before Posting: How Your Online Presence Can Affect Your Case

In an age where most of our lives are displayed online, whether with blogs, social media outlets, videos, or even personal websites, it can be easy to forget how much impact the content you place online can have. When you are in the middle of a legal battle, whether a divorce, a custody trial, or […]

When Sole Custody Is Best: How to Become Your Child’s Primary Parent

In a divorce situation where children are involved, custody issues can take a toll on the entire family. While the parents might be choosing to no longer remain in a relationship with one another, they are (usually) very much involved with their children and desire to keep strong ties with them through involvement in their […]

Preparing Your Children for The Divorce

If you and your spouse have made the life changing decision to separate and pursue a divorce, it can be incredibly difficult to share the news with your children and help them process what their current and future situation will look like. Divorce is definitely hard for the two adults involved in the relationship, but […]

What You Need to Know When Filing for Divorce

Divorce is never an easy process, as it is (usually) emotional, stressful, and time-consuming. However, not having proper counsel, and failing to carry yourself in a correct way, can lead to mistakes that make the ordeal even harder and could end up leaving you with long-term issues affecting both you and your family. So, how […]

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