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Allegations of Kidnapping and Enforcing Parenting Time

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Disputes over adhering to the parenting time schedule, which is set out in the parenting plan, can easily and understandably become quickly heated. Parents have a lot at stake, and may not think the current arrangement is fair. Courts favor giving equal parental responsibility in cases involving timesharing, but this rarely results in each… Read More »


What Personal Representatives Should Know about Serving in this Role

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

When a family member dies, the natural tendency is to withdraw inward as part of the grieving process. The person tasked with handling the deceased’s estate, called the personal representative, does not have the luxury of withdrawing. This person has a number of important and pressing duties that must be addressed in the immediate… Read More »


New Bill Would Allow a Guardian to Initiate a Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

There may come a time in everyone’s life when they are no longer capable of handling their own personal and financial affairs. In this situation, the appointment of a guardian may be necessary to safeguard themselves and/or their property. The extent of a guardian’s authority can vary based on the needs of the impaired… Read More »


Essential Divorce Settlement Terms

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Dealing with an influx of emotion during a divorce is a hard, but unavoidable, part of the process. For some couples, this emotion can manifest itself in contentious disputes that extend the length and complexity of the divorce process. However, certain circumstances justify a spouse’s resistance to fight the demands of the other party…. Read More »


Do Religious Differences Impact Timesharing?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Deciding how to raise a child is an involved and personal decision for all parents, and inevitably, there will be times when parents disagree. Being able to compromise on childrearing is hard enough when a couple is together, but after divorce, finding common ground is even less likely. When it comes to timesharing, Florida… Read More »


What Counts as a Valid Will in Florida?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

When someone dies in Florida, any property owned by the deceased must go through a court process called probate before it can legally be transferred to someone else. Probate applies to individuals who die with a valid will as well as those who have no estate plan. Only those assets subject to probate administration… Read More »


Domestic Violence: Protecting Yourself and Your Finances

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Domestic violence is an insidious method of control that is designed to reach into all aspects of a victim’s life. Abusers will often do what is necessary to keep the victim subject to their manipulation, including cutting them off from friends and family, restricting access to money, and dictating when and how the abused… Read More »


Addressing Digital Assets in Prenuptial Agreements

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Getting married is a momentous and life-changing decision that couples celebrate. Thoughts of how to handle untangling these merged lives in the event of divorce is not a conversation newly-engaged couples want to have. But, as the age of a person’s first marriage continues to increase, spouses are bringing more assets and liabilities into… Read More »


Things to Know about Drugs and Child Welfare Investigations

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Hearing a knock at the door, followed by accusations of child abuse or endangerment by a state official, is easily a parent’s worst nightmare. Reports of child abuse and neglect are commonly left anonymously, and unfortunately, may represent attempts at retaliation or harassment. One type of accusation that is almost guaranteed to initiate an… Read More »


Do Incarcerated Parents Have Any Timesharing Rights?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

As many parents know, in order to foster a lasting and meaningful relationship with a child, consistent interaction and involvement in the child’s daily life is necessary. When parents divorce, the one receiving less parenting time, as part of the timesharing order, is bound to notice a shift in the parent/child relationship, but this… Read More »

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