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How To Minimize Conflict Related To Your Summer Parenting Plan With The Children

In many cases, divorcing parties want to finalize the divorce quickly while maintaining a positive relationship, so they hesitate to engage family law attorneys. They fear that hiring attorneys will Read More

How to Co-Parent with a Difficult Ex

When children are exposed to ongoing conflict between their parents post-divorce, they may be at risk for social, academic, and mental health problems. Oftentimes when the divorce and custody process has completed, many Read More

Is Collaborative Divorce Right for You?

Collaborative Divorce can be the difference between an emotionally traumatic divorce and a peaceful divorce in Tampa, Florida. At the Law Offices of Patricia Palma, P.A., we help clients use the Read More

How Can I Have a Peaceful Divorce? 5 Tips to Settle Amicably

Having practiced marital and family law for close to twenty years, the Law Offices of Patricia Palma, P.A. in Tampa has observed various actions and behaviors that may contribute to a lengthy Read More

5 Tips to Help Ease the Stress of Divorce on Children

Divorce can be extremely stressful for children. How they react to divorce can depend on their age, personality, and the circumstances of the divorce. The following are five tips to help Read More

Can I Get a Divorce if My Spouse Abandons Me and Doesn’t Provide Me With an Updated Address?

CAN I GET A DIVORCE IF MY SPOUSE ABANDONS ME AND DOESN’T PROVIDE ME WITH AN UPDATED ADDRESS? Yes, in most cases you can obtain a divorce. However, it is not Read More

Wills & Divorce

WHAT HAPPENS IF I FORGET TO REMOVE MY FORMER SPOUSE FROM MY WILL & TESTAMENT? IF I PASS AWAY, WILL SHE GET EVERYTHING? The short answer is no. After a dissolution Read More

Alimony? How the New Tax Law May Affect You

If you and your spouse are considering divorce in Tampa, FL, then you should be aware of the new tax law. The new tax law may have an impact on Read More

WHAT HAPPENS IF I CAN’T AFFORD TO PAY MY COURT ORDERED CHILD SUPPORT OBLIGATION?

When circumstances change substantially for a parent paying child support, it may seem impossible to afford child support. The parent who can no longer afford child support may need to Read More

Prenuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement is a type of legal contract entered into by prospective spouses prior to the marriage. A prenuptial agreement becomes effective upon marriage of the parties. Prenuptial agreements Read More

If I have been previously ordered to pay permanent alimony, will I be able to reduce or terminate my alimony obligation upon retirement?

Not necessarily. If the payor spouse voluntarily retires at age 65, which is the age of retirement in Florida, Florida courts have ruled as follows: “Even at the age of 65 or Read More

What can I do, as the custodial parent, if the Florida child support guidelines is not enough to cover the child’s basic monthly needs?

When the Florida Child Support Guidelines do not provide sufficient monthly support for your minor children, you may have the option of increasing the child support award by filing a Read More

What Happens If I Can’t Afford To Pay My Court Ordered Child Support Obligation?

When circumstances change substantially for a parent paying child support, it may seem impossible to afford child support. The parent who can no longer afford child support may need to Read More

What Can Happen If I Don’t Pay My Child Support Obligation?

When parents separate, the financial responsibility for supporting the child is still left up to both parents. In Florida, child support is mandatory in order to ensure that the child Read More

What Are My Options If I Want My Divorce To Be Quick And Simple in Florida?

Depending on the specific circumstances and facts of your case, there are three procedures in Florida for achieving a divorce: simplified, uncontested, and contested. Simplified Dissolution of Marriage in Florida In Florida, Read More

Privacy in Divorce Cases? FAQs

In high conflict cases where custody of the minor children and/or dispute of finances are at issue, some spouses take extraordinary measures to obtain information from the other side. The Read More

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