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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 »


New Bill Would Change Child Support Enforcement Rules

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Being a parent is a lifelong commitment that does not end once a child reaches the age of 18. But, the obligation to financially support a child does stop when a child becomes a legal adult. Prior to this time, parents are expected and required to provide for the child’s needs, which is a… Read More »


Getting Loved Ones Treatment for Substance Abuse

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Dealing with a loved one suffering from addiction to drugs or alcohol is a heartbreaking situation. Often, the lives of these individuals are falling apart, but they deny there is a problem and refuse to seek treatment. In addition to wanting this person to get help so he/she can return to a healthy and… Read More »


Proposed Bill Seeks to Standardize Parenting Plans for Unmarried Parties

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Figuring out parenting responsibilities and visitation schedules are timesharing issues typically associated with divorce, but for unmarried parents, these matters are just as important, and are usually hammered out in court. All legally-recognized parents have rights that entitle them to see and make decisions related to their child. Exercising these rights occurs naturally in… Read More »


What Happens When Someone Reports Child Abuse?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Accusing a parent of abusing or neglecting his/her child is a serious claim that brings a number of significant consequences for both the child and the parent. Consequently, they should not be made lightly, or without direct knowledge that mistreatment is occurring. The legal process starts as soon as a child abuse report is… Read More »


Understanding the Role of Court-Appointed Representatives for Your Child

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Any dispute involving a timesharing or care is almost certain to leave a lasting negative impact on the child’s development. Even though these matters directly affect the child’s well being, people rarely consider how an advocate for the child’s interests may be a good idea. While parents want what is best for their children,… Read More »


How Much Property Can You Expect in a Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Most couples realize that entering the divorce process means facing the prospect of potentially leaving the relationship with fewer financial resources. Absent a prenuptial agreement, couples should expect to divide their property with the other spouse as a core component of dissolving the marriage. The purpose of property division is to prevent one spouse… Read More »


Florida’s Guardianship Process

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Most people take for granted their ability to make decisions about how to live their life and conduct their affairs, but for those facing physical or mental impairments, making such decisions may not be possible or advisable. Typically, these challenges emerge as someone enters the later years of life, which often brings cognitive and… Read More »

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