Camp Gratitude: A Weeklong Camping Trip for Military Families Receives Applications from Florida Families

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?

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.

A Proclamation Declaring April as Parental Alienation Awareness Month

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 Effect Jacksonville Alimony Cases

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

Getting divorced? New tax law could affect your divorce more than you think.

What to do about Emojis ?

Emojis, or the pictures and images that can be imbedded into a text message or electronic communication, are a form of communication being used with such frequency that they are

Divorce: When Both Spouses Agree on how to End the Marriage

When both parties agree to the way in which a marriage will end, it is called an uncontested divorce. In these cases, spouses may agree to division of property, child

Focus on Domestic Violence: What do “Duress” and “Coercion” Mean?

There are certain circumstances in which a divorce settlement can be revisited, and pre- and post- nuptial agreements can be reconsidered. But one party feeling like they got a bad

Alimony Tax Changes

When the word “divorce” is brought up in conversation, many people immediately think of “alimony.” Alimony is a payment made by the higher earning spouse to the lower earning spouse,

Focus on Family Dynamics: My In-Laws are Suffocating Me!

Very often family conflict begins with something small, or a small behavior that persists over time. Even very kind and generous behaviors can be annoying if they are unwanted gestures.

Family Time: Getting Back to Nature

It is February in North Florida, and the weather is beautiful: no longer cold, yet still cool before the heat of summer arrives. Now is the perfect time to consider

Encontrar un trabajo después del divorcio

Divorce brings with it many changes. But one change that is often faced by stay at home mom’s (and increasingly stay at home dads), is finding a job after divorce

¿Es enero el mes del divorcio?

Ahora es febrero y el mes del divorcio ha quedado atrás. Más parejas solicitan el divorcio en enero, y específicamente el primer día laboral de enero, que en cualquier otro mes. Tiempo

El misterio del matrimonio

La noche después de casarse, Kerry Egan descubrió que su esposo y los hombres de la fiesta nupcial fueron arrestados por su conducta en la despedida de soltero. Inicialmente,

Focus on Domestic Violence: “Love Bombing”- It’s Hard to Spot

La violencia doméstica puede tomar muchas formas. Pero los comienzos sutiles de un ciclo violento a veces son difíciles de detectar hasta que la violencia doméstica se vuelve más pronunciada. Una forma de condicionamiento

Un estudio muestra que pasar tiempo con tu mejor amigo puede hacerte más saludable

Muchos clientes acuden a mí en los momentos más difíciles de sus vidas. Lo que es tan conmovedor, es que aquellos que vienen a mi oficina y cuentan sus historias a menudo