If you move and you have a family law case in Florida, even if it is closed, you may need to update the court with your latest address. If your case is open and you have an attorney, your attorney’s address is used for court notification. However, if ... Read More » about If You Move, You May Need To Change Your Address With The Court
Lori has been appointed as a board member to the Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida. The Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida is an organization of attorneys, financial and mental health professionals dedicated to ... Read More » about Lori Appointed As Board Member
Now is the time of the year many employers have, or soon will have, open enrollment. This is a time employees get to change health and welfare benefits for the new year which often includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance choices. If you ... Read More » about Don’t Make The Wrong Choices During Open Enrollment
Do you find yourself constantly struggling with the other parent trying to coordinate schedules, children seem to be the messengers, or constant miscommunications? If so, you’re not alone and these are just a few of the common challenges that ... Read More » about Struggling with Co-Parenting?
A new family law in China effective July 1st requires children to emotionally and financially support their aging parents or face fines and even jail time! Parents who feel neglected can now sue their children in China. A recent ruling ordered a ... Read More » about New Law In China Requires Children to Support Parents