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Collecting Child Support From Self-Employed Parent

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

As technology continues to change the types of jobs available and in demand, people are becoming more accustomed to working in a number of freelance positions that lack the consistency and security of employment in the past. This constant state of flux, both in terms of when and how much a person will work… Read More »


Options To Collect Overdue Alimony Payments

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Despite depictions of greedy spouses only out to punish the other party in divorce, most individuals who ask for alimony, or spousal support, truly need that money to make ends meet. Consequently, when payments are not made on time, or stop coming entirely, the financial impact of this lost income is often devastating. Regardless… Read More »


Proposed Bill Seeks To Clarify An Unmarried Father’s Rights In Dependency Proceedings

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Dependency cases are supposed to help children living in dangerous situations leave that environment, and help parents fix existing problems so the child can return home. While the reality of the process may differ from the stated goal, the participation of both parents is important to achieving the desired end. However, unmarried men who… Read More »


Essential Information For Navigating A Dependency Case

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Parents strive to protect and care for their children to the fullest extent possible, but this can be completely upset by the dynamics of a dependency case. Dependency cases are typically instigated by reports of suspected abuse, abandonment or neglect, and generally involve the state usurping a parent’s rights over the child’s physical care… Read More »

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Mishandling The Division Of Retirement Accounts In Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Dividing marital assets in divorce is one of the more painful aspects of this process for many couples. But, most concede the appropriateness of dividing the proceeds of the marital home, furniture, bank accounts and other personal effects as a necessary part of the divorce process. This same understanding tends to be abandoned when… Read More »


Sorting Out The Finances And Possession Of The Marital Home In Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

When a married couple acquires the home they intend to live in for a long time and raise a family, it marks the beginning of a central part of most people’s lives, and naturally causes both spouses to have a strong emotional attachment to the property. A big component of most divorces is dividing… Read More »


How To Approach Legal Disputes Over Time-Sharing

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Most parents put their children as a priority over all other aspects of their life – work, friends and privacy usually being the primary things sacrificed, and this understandable devotion to their children can lead to protracted time-sharing disputes. Parents will inevitably differ over childrearing decisions, and sometimes these disagreements can be heated and… Read More »


How Can Parents Protect Their Child From Harm During Divorce?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Divorce is a painful process for everyone involved, but most parents try to shield their children from the worst of the stress, frustration and disagreement. While some divorces are the result of a mutual decision by both spouses, others are completely instigated by one party, and actively protested by the other. While Florida is… Read More »


When Is Supervised Visitation A Possibility?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Timesharing  of a child is never easy, even in the best of circumstances, but it can present even greater challenges if there is significant conflict or concern about a parent’s mental stability or destructive/violent behavior. Parents usually share child  responsibilities – parenting time and decision-making – more or less equally. This is the highly-preferred… Read More »


How Courts View Removal Of Rights In Guardianship

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Knowing what the appropriate response is to a loved one’s incapacity is rarely clear or easy, especially if the impairments are limited to a few areas. However, when a person does lose some or all ability to make rational and reasonable decisions or the physical function to perform necessary tasks, guardianship may be necessary…. Read More »

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