FORT MYERS FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY | DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS Mediation is typically scheduled for a 3-hour timeline. However, if you decide that it will take much longer than 3 hours, we can even have it scheduled for a 6-hour time block, or if we’re not able to get it finished in one day, we…

DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS It depends. Initially, both parties meet with the mediator. At that point in time, the parties’ attorneys make an opening statement to inform the mediator the issue that we will be working on today. Afterward, if you decide, you know what, I think it’s best…

DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS Yes, you can decide yourself how to divide your property and we encourage it. Because that would mean that you both are happy with the outcome. If you are in agreement with it then we can file a marriage marital settlement agreement resolving those particular…

CRIMINAL DEFENSE  ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | MARIJUANA DEFENSE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS Yes, they can. They can search your car if they have probable cause to search, if they smell marijuana in your car or if they look on your floor board and see marijuana in your car. They can have you get out of your car, search…

DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS Yes, you still have to pay support, in Florida, if the other parent is not allowing you to see the children. What you can do is, you can file a contempt motion to have the time-sharing rights enforced or you can also file a modification…

DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS It depends. If you receive 50% timesharing in Florida, sometimes you may not have a financial obligation for child support because your income and your ex-spouse income is similar, but if you are making substantially more than the other party, you still be obligated to…

FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS Yes, visitation must still be allowed in Florida, even if the other party is not paying child support. You should never take matters into your hand without first seeking approval from the court. What you can do is you can file a contempt motion to…

PATERNITY ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | CHILD CUSTODY  ATTORNEY FORT MYERS Yes, it is necessary to establish paternity. Now, if you are paying support through the Department of Revenue, and they say that paternity has already been established, it is different from having your parental rights established with the child. You will still need to file…

FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS Yes, they can. The court will most likely never deny a parent from seeing their child. If they are not meeting the factors listed in chapters 61.13, then yes the court will have no other choice but to deny them visitation or time-sharing right, but…

FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | CHILD SUPPORT ATTORNEY FORT MYERS No, they cannot. The only thing that the Department of Revenue will be able to do is change any support, financial support obligation to the child. Now, if you do need to change the time-sharing with the child, you will need to file a…

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