How Can I Build a Healthy Co-Parenting Relationship With My Ex?

Posted on : September 18, 2020
Attorney for Child Custody and Parenting Plans in Naples, FL
If you’re in the process of obtaining a divorce or separating from the other parent of your children, life can become quite hectic. When parents disagree on how to raise a child post-separation, this can make things even more difficult. Building a healthy co-parenting relationship is key to giving your child the best possible start [Read More]
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Do I Need a Guardian Ad Litem?

Posted on : August 12, 2020
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If you’re involved in a child custody case or a contested divorce, you may wonder if you need a guardian ad litem. Or, if your case was appointed one, you need to know what kind of support they are able to provide your family. Here’s what you should know about guardian ad litems in Florida [Read More]
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What Happens If Your Spouse Won’t Sign the Divorce Papers?

Posted on : August 12, 2020
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In divorce cases, the filing of initial dissolution papers requires the acceptance of papers or process service of the other spouse to move forward with dissolving the marriage. But what happens if your spouse dodges the petition or refuses to sign? Will you remain legally married? No, but there are a few steps you need [Read More]
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How will the Coronavirus affect your Florida Divorce

Posted on : May 12, 2020
Divorce Violation Collier County, Kevyn Noonan Hayes
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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Are There Alternatives to Getting a Divorce?

Posted on : March 17, 2020
Naples Divorce Filing
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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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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Will Being Self-Employed Impact My Florida Divorce?

Posted on : August 26, 2019
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Are you a self-employed individual and are considering getting a divorce? Or, perhaps you’re already involved in legally ending your marriage. Divorces, where one or both spouses are self-employed, tend to be a little more complex than divorces where spouses are traditionally employed, so it’s important to get professional guidance. Here’s what to consider. Contact [Read More]
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What Does A Filing Party Need to Know About Florida No-Fault Divorce?

Posted on : April 29, 2019
Divorce Lawyer In Naples, Florida
What Does A Filing Party Need to Know About Florida No-Fault Divorce? Florida is a no-fault divorce state. This means that either party in the marriage is eligible to move forward with filing for divorce regardless of whether or not any acts such as adultery have occurred. The party who is seeking to file a [Read More]
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What Does It Mean to Say That My Florida Marriage Is Irretrievably Broken?

Posted on : February 27, 2019
Naples Attorney For No-Fault Divorce
No-Fault Divorce In Florida Florida is a no-fault divorce state, meaning that in order to get a divorce you must be able to show that the marriage is irretrievably broken. This concept can be confusing for some people, even those people who have come to the conclusion that divorce is the only option for them [Read More]
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