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30
Sep

Developing a Parenting Plan

More About Parenting Plans Florida law requires that divorcing parents of minor children put together a parenting plan. The parenting plan is a very important document that defines the parameters of how children will be taken care of after your divorce. The terms parental responsibility and time-sharing are today’s terminology used in a parenting plan and have replaced the terms that used to be described as “custody” and “visitation.” With evolving cultures and the rapid changes in today’s way of life facing modern families, there are constantly new issues with regard to appropriate child rearing. In Law We Trust, P.A. is the preeminent legal firm for men in the Tampa area, and we have th ...

23
Sep

The Four Main Areas of Divorce

Primary Issues in Every Divorce If you are considering divorce you may be wondering just how to proceed. As a start, first understand and prepare yourself for the fact that that there are two primary issues that apply to every divorce and another two additional primary issues that apply when there are dependent children involved. Those issues include property division, spousal support, custody and parenting time, and child support. However, in divorce, no two situations are alike. There can be a variety of other issues as well and each of these issues can be challenging and complex. The family law attorneys for men at In Law We Trust, P.A. are ready to listen to your unique situation and c ...

13
Aug

What is Family Law?

Family Law 101 Family law is the legal practice that focuses on issues involving family relationships including divorce, child custody, paternity, and adoption. Attorneys practicing family law represent their clients in family court proceedings and in related negotiations. A family law attorney will draft important legal documents including court petitions and property agreements, litigate contested matters, and negotiate for the best interests of their clients. What Kind of Matters Fall Under the Practice of Family Law? The most common family law issues also pertain to visitation rights, child and spousal support, the division of marital assets, guardianship, and child protection. Howe ...

01
Aug

Keeping the Marital Home in a Divorce

Have a Plan For the Marital Home The marital home should be treated as an asset during divorce, and while it is understandable that the home may be very important to you emotionally, it is important to be aware of all the practical and financial aspects of whether to sell your home, keep it, or allow your spouse to keep it. If you are getting ready to go through a divorce and are struggling with this issue, seek the expertise of In Law We Trust, P.A. As attorneys who represent men in the Tampa Bay area, we can review your financial situations, explain all your options, and discuss what the economic impact of those options might be for you. Will Moving Out of the House Be Considered Aband ...

03
Jul

Factors That Affect the Best Interest of Your Children

Parenting Plan and “The Best Interests of the Children” If you are preparing for divorce and children are involved, no doubt you have heard a lot about the importance of a Parenting Plan. The Parenting Plan states how you and the other parent will share in parental responsibilities and time-sharing, and is of critical importance to the well-being of the children. The court has no partiality toward either a mother or a father, and will make its decision by approving a parenting plan that is in the best interest of the child. Determining what will be best for the children isn’t always easy. Many factors will be considered by the court before a plan is accepted. It is important for you to ta ...

25
Jun

What is the Required Parenting Class for Divorce in Florida?

What is the Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course? Co-parenting can be challenging at times, but there are many things that you can do to make it more productive and easier for all concerned. Taking a parenting class can be the first step in helping ensure a smoother transition for you and your children as you transition through the divorce process. Florida Statute 61.21 requires that both parents involved in a divorce take and complete the Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course if they have children under 18 years old. This course usually takes four hours, can be done on-line or in a physical classroom, and must be approved by the Florida Department of Children and ...

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