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Florida Courts and the Coronavirus/Covid-19
Florida Courts and COVID-19
Stress Free Winter Holidays
By: Brusca Law The Holidays are here again, and when you are in the throws of a divorce of contested family law case, your anxiety levels go through the roof...
Vocational Experts in Divorce
By: Brusca Law What is a Vocational Expert? During your initial consultation with your attorney, you hear the phrase “vocational expert”, among many others, ...
5 Common Questions for Divorce Attorneys
By: Brusca Law How much does a divorce cost in Orlando, Florida? The costs associated with filing for divorce are called “filing fees”. The reason they are c...
Parenting Plan Holidays: Planning for Spring Break and Easter Weekend
The Spring Break “season” starts across the United States anywhere between March 9th and April 21st each year. Luckily in Florida, we typically do not have a...
Co-Parenting Children of Divorce: Tips for Parents
One of the hardest parts of a divorce is trying to end all communications with your spouse and not being able to because you have minor children. There is ho...
Certified Financial Planners: An Alternative to Divorce for Financial Reasons
Certified Financial Planners (CFPs) are useful for a variety of reasons before, during and after a divorce. What you may not be aware of is that CFPs can als...
Mediation in Florida
By: Brusca Law Mediation Defined Mediation is a voluntary process, where individuals meet with a neutral, independent third party, who helps them formulate t...
Divorce and the Department of Children and Families (DCF)
By: Brusca Law Child custody is a complicated and emotionally charged issue for parents. We see in divorces that some parents use the Florida Department of C...
What is a Parenting Coordinator?
By: Brusca Law A parenting coordinator is an individual who has a background in mental health and at least a master’s degree and is licensed by the state of ...
What is the Florida Relocation Statute and How Does it Work?
By: Brusca Law What Does It Mean to Relocate? Relocation is generally defined in our Florida Statutes (Fla. Statute 61.13001) as: a move of at least fifty (5...
Halloween For Divorced Parents
By: Brusca Law Halloween for divorced parents can be torture when they do not get along and they have decided to split the holiday in their parenting plan or...
How to Establish Paternity in Florida
By: Brusca Law In Florida, we require the unmarried fathers to establish paternity in our state, if they want to identify themselves as the legal father. Sim...
Alimony in Long Term Marriages : Experts Matter
By: Brusca Law The use of the word “alimony” in divorce discussions can be a deal breaker. The lines of communication once open, might swiftly shut, and all ...
How Does a Court Calculate the Amount of Child Support in a Divorce?
By: Brusca Law Florida Courts use the guidelines set forth in our statute, Florida Statute 61.30. The calculation of child support is based on the net income...
What is a Guardian Ad Litem?
What does Appointing a Guardian Ad Litem Mean for Me? A Court may appoint a Guardian Ad Litem to your case if you have a paternity, divorce, or even a domest...
Dating During a Divorce
By: Brusca Law When asked by others what your relationship status is during a divorce, you might respond with "shaky", "complicated", or even "non-existent"....
Domestic Violence in Florida
By: Brusca Law Domestic violence is devastating not only for the victim, but the victim’s family, friends, and sometimes even their employment status. Oftent...
What Is a Right of First Refusal in Family Law?
By: Brusca Law So often clients ask what a right of first refusal means in the context of a family law case. Judges and Mediators use the lingo all the time...
10 Tips to Help you Hire a Family Law Attorney