Soon after discovering the mother was pregnant, an unmarried couple separated. Following separation, the mother refused to have any contact with the unborn baby’s father. Since he was blocked from
The divorce process can be complicated and there are many mistakes that you can make if you try a do-it-yourself method. Even if you are amicable with your spouse, you
The holiday season can be a tough time for divorced or separated couples with children. Both parents want to spend time with their kids, and it can be hard splitting
Background: An unmarried mother and father of two recently broke up and were struggling with resolving issues related to timesharing and school designation. In Florida, the law states that all
Going through a divorce is a difficult process, especially if your spouse and/or co-parent makes false accusations against you. Unfortunately, his or her words could be used against you in
Paola Parra Harris, as Chair of the Mayor’s Hispanic American Advisory Board, leads the publication of “La Guia”, a bilingual (English/Spanish) directory of resources for Hispanic Community in Northeast Florida.
Local student wins Hispanic Heritage Contest by writing about Paola Parra Harris as her inspiration and local Hispanic hero. See the full article online on the Florida Times Union Jacksonville.com
San Marco Merchants Association and San Marco Preservation society joint event at Parra Harris Home – The Resident Community News
Paola Parra Harris, Chairman of the Board and Event Chair of Catholic Charities Annual Black & White Ball celebrates Silver Anniversary – See more online on The Resident Community News
Paola Parra Harris named 2019 Ultimate Attorney by Jacksonville Business Journal on March 7, 2019. Click here to see more online the Jacksonville Business Journal Website.
Paola Parra Harris participated in a panel of Women Attorneys at the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (JWLA) March Luncheon titled: History of Women Lawyers in Jacksonville: A look into the
Sulzbacher Board Member Paola Parra Harris served as event chair at the annual Fiesta at the Beach, at the Casa Marina Hotel on May 16, 2019. Read the full article
I typically meet new clients at a point in their lives of great pain. They are often coming out of prolonged heartache. Sometimes they are seeing me after great effort
In my line of work, I encounter people who are in transition. Divorce often means change not only in marital status, but in friendships, parenting, and work and careers. I
In even the least contentious cases of divorce, the topic of alimony can cause cooperation to cease and tempers to flair. Alimony debates can derail meditations and send a divorcing
As the weather becomes more and more spring-like, it is once again time to enjoy the outdoors. Spending a day outdoors is an inexpensive way to spend quality family time.
Because divorce is an emotional time, the practical parts of it- the gathering of documents and documentation of events- often falls by the wayside. But there are several things you
Congratulations to Parra Harris Law founder Paola Parra Harris for being honored by the Girl Scouts of Gateway Council as a Woman of Distinction. This award is given to outstanding
Parra Harris Law Founder and President Paola Parra Harris was a panelist at the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (JWLA) March luncheon on Thursday March 14, 2019. The luncheon’s theme, History
Parra Harris Law congratulates founder Paola Parra Harris for being selected for a Jacksonville Business Journal “Ultimate Attorney Award” presented by Comcast Business. Mrs. Parra Harris was chosen for the
It is hard to stay together. And it is hard to split apart. Divorce is never easy. And although it happens frequently, and divorce attorneys see it a lot, there
More than half of married millennials are choosing to manage their finances separately. Couples may choose to do this for a variety of reasons and may implement separate finances in
Divorce attorneys are seeing a rise in the number of couples trying to finalize their divorces before the new year. Even attorneys who specialize in highly contested divorces find that
It can be awkward to discuss finances while planning a wedding, but it is crucial that these things are addressed. Both of you bring to the marriage your spending habits,
There is something happening in Duval County. The divorce rate is declining. Researchers point to fewer military deployments, an improved economy, and an increase in availability of social workers and
Many couples today report that finances, or spending, are a factor contributing to their separation and divorce. Indeed, finances are considered personal when one is single, and many couples report
The podcast attached is admittedly long. But it follows the traditions and changes in the institution of marriage throughout the centuries. Once seen as a way for powerful families to
In what as seen as a victory for father’s rights in the state of Florida, a recent ruling will bring about change. According to a very old law, in the
Camp Gratitude provides a camping experience for military families who may otherwise not be able to afford a summer vacation. The camp, currently in Minnesota, is planning to expand to
How does credit card debt affect my divorce is a question that comes up time and time again. Divorcing couples have a lot to consider when dividing assets and liabilities.
Fathers’ Rights activist and Florida resident David Henry is on a mission to educate others about Parental Alienation. He experienced it growing up in Italy. His military father did not
Tax Law changes that will go into effect on January 1, 2019, will effect Jacksonville alimony cases across the board. These changes will impact all divorces that involve alimony and