Super Lawyers 2020 Rising Stars (3rd Year In A Row)

Posted on : June 4, 2020
Kevyn Noonan Hayes was selected by Super Lawyers as Rising Star for 2020 The Law Office of Kevyn Noonan Hayes, P.A. is proud to announce today that our very own Kevyn Noonan Hayes, Esq. was selected for the third year in a row for Super Lawyers 2020 Rising Stars in Florida, a distinguished award in [Read More]
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How will the Coronavirus affect your Florida Divorce

Posted on : May 12, 2020
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Coronavirus Effects On Divorce  The novel coronavirus has had a massive impact across all areas of life in the U.S., and family legal issues are no exception. With Florida family courts mostly closed except for exceptional circumstances or hearings occurring remotely, what can you expect when navigating a divorce, and how can you be proactive [Read More]
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What Is Reasonable Visitation in a Child Custody Case?

Posted on : April 24, 2020
Splitting Parenting Time   When two parents separate, often as the result of divorce, any children they share typically split their parenting time.    Florida courts have recognized the importance of a child maintaining their relationship with both parents, and will usually grant both parents shared parenting time, unless special circumstances exist.   What Is Shared [Read More]
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Are There Alternatives to Getting a Divorce?

Posted on : March 17, 2020
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When your marriage isn’t working, what do you do? Many people automatically jump to the conclusion of a divorce, but you may not have to go through the entire legal process of dissolving your marriage. Here’s what you need to know about your divorce options.  Annulment    An annulment is a legal procedure that can [Read More]
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Can Grandparents Get Visitation Rights?

Posted on : March 17, 2020
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Grandparents can be a source of love, a familial bond, and stability for a child. This connection is important, but often with family legal matters, grandparents — and other extended family members — may lose connection with the child. Typically it up to the parent unless other circumstances exist. Here’s what you need to know [Read More]
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How Long Do I Have To Pay Child Support?

Posted on : January 20, 2020
Child Support Attorney for Collier County, Kevyn Noonan Hayes
Questions Relating To Child Support Before a divorce is even set in motion, those considering going their separate ways may have a multitude of questions relating to the support of their children. The single and central point of concern for most parents is the future and wellbeing of their children.  How much child support will [Read More]
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What Is Spousal Eviction?

Posted on : December 5, 2019
Divorce Attorney in Collier County, Kevyn Noonan Hayes
If you’re divorcing or separating from your partner, living together can be awkward or even painful. What should you do if your spouse doesn’t leave? Can you evict them? In some cases, yes. Here’s what you need to know.  Spousal Eviction Defined  Eviction is a legal process by which you can force a tenant to [Read More]
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When Does Alimony End in Florida?

Posted on : November 5, 2019
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Alimony is a form of financial support payment made from one spouse to another during and after a divorce. This payment is designed to reduce the financial strain of a divorce on the lesser earning spouse until they can reasonably begin providing for themselves. Alimony is very discretional and can be based on various factors [Read More]
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How Does Florida Handle Interstate Custody Matters?

Posted on : October 30, 2019
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Child custody cases are often complex and wrought with emotion. When you’re dealing with two sets of state laws, this can compound the situation. Where to file is a question that comes up often. Here’s what you should know about how Florida handles family law cases involving children, including interstate custody issues, and where/how to [Read More]
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What Is Temporary Child Custody?

Posted on : August 26, 2019
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In matters of child time-sharing, it may take time to determine how time-sharing with the parents should be awarded. Many factors go into making this decision, but during the pendency of the case,  the child must live with one parent or both. This is when a temporary parenting plan is typically ordered. What is a [Read More]
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