Family Law Disputes: Solving Internal Disputes Amicably

Although some families can settle family law disputes amicably, other situations can be much more complicated. Unsolved disagreements in families can break down the core of a family and leave it fractured beyond repair.

Fortunately, there are various ways you and your family members can come up with solutions that all parties are satisfied with. Our family law dispute attorneys have experience and can help handle a wide range of family issues that include:

  • Collaborative law – our lawyers can collaborate with the other party’s representatives and collaborative solicitors to reach a common ground for the interest of all.
  • Estate planning – our attorneys can help design a step-by-step estate plan that ensures there are no family disputes in the division of an estate.
  • Divorce litigation – if you and your spouse decide to go to court, our divorce attorneys will have your best interest at heart when presenting your case.
  • Child custody support – our attorneys can help design a child custody mediation plan and a visitation agreement if circumstances change.
  • Mediation – Our attorneys can broker a truce on any family issue – be it divorce, child custody, or even spousal support for the benefit of all and the avoidance of conflict.

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Divorce: Helping You Get What’s Yours After a Split

Divorce is always complicated, regardless of who initiates the divorce process. If you and your spouse decide to call time on your marriage, the entire process can become very emotional.

When emotions run high, they could impact you and your soon-to-be ex-partner’s judgment and destroy any hope of an amicable or cooperative divorce. Our experienced Miami divorce attorneys can help avoid pitfalls and challenges associated with divorce proceedings. They understand that you and your spouse don’t have to be on the same page, but decisions have to be made for the best interest of all. Some of the areas our divorce lawyers tackle in a divorce include:

  • Negotiated divorce – you can avoid courtroom battles by entering a negotiated divorce. Our divorce attorneys can negotiate amicable parting terms on your behalf, including a flat fee, to save time and stress and negotiate the best future for you.
  • Collaborative divorce – if you and your partner agree to a collaborative marital dissolution, our attorneys can help identify the main priorities to protect in a divorce.
  • Divorce litigation – if you and your partner cannot agree on parting terms due to high stakes and conflict, you will have to go to court. Our attorneys are well-equipped for any divorce case thrown their way. They present facts to ensure you get the best judgment.

Our attorneys also offer divorce appeal services if your case is unfairly ruled by a court and post-divorce services such as child support and spousal privileges. Contact the Miami family law attorneys of for your consultation.

Child Custody: Negotiating in the Child’s Best Interest

When you and your spouse decide to live separate lives, the underlying question is often who gains custody of the child. If you can’t devise a parenting schedule, one or both may decide to pursue full child custody. Child custody cases become pretty messy, especially if other family issues or disputes, such as divorce, are involved.

As parents, you should avoid making decisions in the heat of the moment but for the overall welfare of a child. Remember, a child’s self-esteem and well-being is often based on them having both parents in their lives. Our aggressive Miami-Dade County, Florida child custody attorneys can help decide for the child’s best interest. Some areas our attorneys can help with in child custody cases include:

  • Child custody mediation – our attorneys can work with parents and a mediator to come up with a custody agreement that benefits the child
  • Visitation rights – visitation is an essential part of child custody. Our attorneys can negotiate suitable visitation agreements to ensure your child spends quality time with both parents.
  • Paternity – if you and your partner were unmarried and had a child, our attorneys can organize a paternity test to establish that the child is both yours, which can have a crucial bearing on the child custody case.
  • Grandparent visitation rights – If it’s in the child’s best interest to have their grandparent in their lives, our attorneys can negotiate visitation rights for them.

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Spousal Support: A Split Shouldn’t Be the Cause of Financial Trouble

Financial support can sometimes be a problem for one partner after a divorce or legal separation. If you and your partner decide to go your separate ways and you weren’t working during your marriage because of a lack of knowledge or skills to find a job, you could file for spousal support. You can also file for alimony if you have a low-income job to help with the transition.

Still, many spousal support pleas are rejected. Our spousal support attorneys can help you win spousal support from your ex. Our attorneys understand the facts courts look at when determining spousal support cases. The following are some of the areas an attorney can help you:

  • Temporary spousal support – if you need support during a divorce, annulment, or separation proceeding, our attorneys can help obtain temporary spousal support until a ruling is made.
  • Permanent spousal support – our attorneys can help you obtain the relevant documents needed to receive spousal support, especially if you’ve been in marriage for a long time.
  • Non-compensatory support – if you’ve been in a short marriage, our attorneys can help negotiate non-compensatory spousal support based on the payer’s financial ability.

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Visitation Agreements and Modifications: Ensuring Present Changes in Circumstances are Considered

If you and your partner had come up with a child custody agreement after separation or divorce, that agreement listed the terms of visitation for the parent who didn’t get custody. If down the line, one of you seeks to revise the visitation agreements in the child’s best interest, you can file a formal to reflect the changed circumstances.

However, there are numerous factors considered when seeking visitation agreement modification. Our experienced child visitation agreement and modification attorneys in Miami-Dade County, Florida can help you with the following:

  • Filling out the paperwork required to file a formal child custody modification request.
  • Filing a formal petition for visitation agreement modification
  • Proving that circumstances have changed from your first agreement (e.g., when a co-parent develops a pattern of child neglect

Our lawyers can also help with visitation modification negotiations between you, your ex, and a third-party mediator for the child’s best interest.

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