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10 Tips to Help you Hire a Family Law Attorney
Will I Lose the House During a Divorce?
By: Brusca Law The biggest question we see in a divorce, is whether the party or the family can keep the house during and after the...
I Have A Dog in This Fight: Pets During a Divorce
By: Brusca Law Pets are a part of our family much like our children. Unfortunately for pets, the Courts do not consider them to be...
Counseling During a Divorce
By: Brusca Law Divorces are perhaps the one time in your life when you might want to consider speaking with a licensed mental health...
What is a Parenting Course and Am I Required to Attend?
By: Brusca Law A parenting course is an educational course you are required to take during a divorce or paternity action if you have any...
How to Get the Most out of your Attorney/Client Relationship
By: Brusca Law 1. Do Not Call your Attorney Everyday. Time is money for both you and your attorney, and you each only have so much of it....
Best Interests of the Child in Florida
By: Brusca Law You have heard it from your friends, you have heard it in Court, but what is "in the best interests of the child"? Is it...
Passports for Children and Child Abduction in Florida
By Brusca Law A common complaint during family law litigation is that one parent has threatened to take the children, without warning,...
How Do you Get Alimony or Spousal Support?
By: Brusca Law Alimony (also known as spousal support) is the financial support the Court can award from one spouse to another during a...
Time-Sharing in Florida: What Are You Supposed to Do?
Time-sharing, formerly known as visitation, is the new phrase used in family law cases today to describe the time you have with your...
Life Insurance Policies Protect Child Support and Alimony
By: Brusca Law If you are ever worried about the health of a party during litigation and after, you might want to consider getting a life...
How to Act in a Courtroom
Brusca Law proudly presents: How to Act in a Courtroom, a video designed to prepare you for the uncertainty of attending a hearing in...
Dying After a Divorce—What Happens to the Alimony and Child Support Obligations
Divorces are stressful and the parties change through the process. Dying after the divorce is the last thing on your mind when you are...
Child Support: What to Do About Late or Missing Child Support Payments
By: Brusca Law The old saying “trust but verify” rings true for folks dealing with child support post divorce. Do not depend on the Clerk...