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Child Support and Florida Department of Revenue

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Paying child support is a necessary and mandated aspect divorced parents must follow, and this requirement is a central part of any divorce case involving children. However, unmarried parents still hold the same obligation to support their child until adulthood, but the process for establishing this ongoing obligation is not necessarily the same. Unlike… Read More »


Divorcing When You Have a Special Needs Child

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Children are a blessing and joy to every parent, and every single one needs extra attention and support during the parents’ divorce. Working out the issues of parenting time and decision-making are challenging in the best of divorces, but these issues take on extra weight when a couple has a child with special needs…. Read More »


Guardianship Options for Adult Disabled Children

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Disability is often associated with elderly and those nearing the end of life, but for a variety of reasons, from an injury to a genetic issue, disability can strike a person of any age. Parents with disabled children face many challenges when seeking the care and support their child needs to navigate the world,… Read More »


Divorce from a Non-Citizen

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Immigration is a topic one constantly sees in the news, and Florida is known to attract a large number of new residents from Cuba, Central America, and Mexico. With the path to U.S. citizenship quite long and complicated, many will remain non-citizens for years, but this does not mean this population will not face… Read More »


Florida Asked to Reform Alimony

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Figuring out finances post-divorce is challenging for all couples, but spouses who face drastic reductions in income due to caring for children or lack of marketable skills have a much more serious situation to address. Many in this position will seek alimony from the other spouse, but this issue tends to provoke a large… Read More »


How Much Does Domestic Violence Impact Divorce?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Making the decision to leave a spouse is a life changing event, and having that conversation about the end of the marriage will be one of the hardest a person will ever experience, but when domestic violence is an element of a marriage, this conversation may not even be possible. There is no sure… Read More »


A Personal Representative’s Ability to Sell Estate Assets

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

When an individual passes away, attention turns to the disposition of the decedent’s assets. As part of this process, which occurs as part of the probate process, a personal representative is appointed to dispose of the assets of the decedent’s estate. In most cases, the personal representative will act according to the parameters set… Read More »


What Is the Role of a Guardian Ad Litem in Your Child Custody Dispute?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Divorce is hard on a family, because all aspects of each spouse’s lives are analyzed in an effort to sever the union. If minor children are involved, a further issue regarding custody must be addressed. Child-related issues are especially stressful, and courts view all these decisions in terms of what is in the best… Read More »


Does Being Pregnant Affect Getting Divorced?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Circumstances do not always permit ending a relationship at a convenient time, and in most cases, a person must make whatever adjustments are necessary to cope with the change. One issue that is particularly complicated to address when one or both spouses want to divorce is the pregnancy of the wife while the case… Read More »


Can You Control How Child Support Is Spent?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Supporting one’s children is a natural and obvious obligation most parents are more than willing to fulfill. Issues arise, however, when a parent is ordered to pay child support, and by necessity must give control over how the money is spent to the former partner or spouse. Money is a precious resource, and parents… Read More »

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