Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 3 of 17 | Criminal Law Attorney Fort Myers/Naples Criminal Charges If you are facing criminal charges, the sequence of events follows a similar pattern in every Florida County. It is always a good idea to educate yourself on the process so you can make intelligent decisions about your situation….

Marital Assets and Liabilities Part 2 of 15 | Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples Marital assets and liabilities includes: Assets acquired and liabilities incurred during the marriage, individually by either spouse or jointly by them. The enhancement in value and appreciation of nonmarital assets resulting either from the efforts of either party during the marriage or from…

Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 2 of 17| Criminal Law Attorney Fort Myers/Naples Definitions ARRAIGNMENT: Arraignment is where formal charges are filed against you by the State Attorney’s Office. CASE MANAGEMENT (Felony): At Case Management the Judge make sure that the case keeps moving by inquiring whether we received documents such as Discovery, Score Sheet…

Marital Assets and Liabilities Part 1 of 15 | Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples Starting Point – Factual Findings §61.075(3) The distribution of all marital assets and marital liabilities, whether equal or unequal, shall include specific written findings of fact as to the following: Clear identification of nonmarital assets and ownership interests; Identification of marital assets, including…

A Brief Overview Of An Annulment | Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples Florida does not have an annulment statute. Annulments are a matter of common law.  The basic difference between a divorce and an annulment is that a divorce says this marriage is broken. An annulment says there never was a marriage. Legal Research: File for Divorce…

Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 1 of 17 | Criminal Law Attorney Fort Myers/Naples For more information please contact us to schedule your free consultation. We strive to provide the best client service possible in a warm and welcoming environment. To that end, we place a high priority on detail, value, service, and communication, beginning with the…

Understanding the Requirements for Divorce Part 6 of 6 | Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples SUMMARY: To sum up, then, the Divorce Process and its Requirements include: One of the parties must have lived in Florida for six (6) months. A petition asking the court to dissolve your marriage is filed based on one of two grounds…

Understanding the Requirements for Divorce Part 5 of 6 | Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples WAITING PERIOD: Ordinarily the Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage may not be entered by the Court until at least twenty (20) days after the date of filing the original Petition for Dissolution of Marriage if the other party was immediately served….

Understanding the Requirements for Divorce Part 4 of 6 | Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples SUBJECTS COVERED IN THE DISSOLUTION: In a dissolution action there are several matters that will usually be settled by the court – in addition to the dissolution itself. These include: Parenting Plan: how you will share parental and financial responsibility for your…

What You Should Do If You Are Arrested Part 2 of 2 | Criminal Defense Attorney Fort Myers/Naples WHAT HAPPENS NEXT: You will most likely be transported to a local precinct or holding facility; You will be processed (including ‘mug shots’ & ‘finger prints’); You may be given an ‘Appearance Ticket’ and directed to appear…

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