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What Is The Purpose Of A Deposition During A Divorce?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

The divorce process can be overwhelming, especially if you don’t understand the legal procedures involved . Usually, when a Florida divorce is initiated, a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage is filed. After a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage is filed, the spouse on whom the petition is served composes and files an answer. In… Read More »


Appealing A Florida Child Custody/Timesharing Ruling In Florida

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Florida courts usually do their best to make timesharing decisions in the best interest of the child. However, sometimes, mistakes happen. As a parent in the state of Florida, you have the legal right to appeal a child custody/timesharing judgment if you disagree with the court’s decision. In Florida, the window to request an… Read More »


Can You Pause Or Cancel A Florida Divorce?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Sometimes, people initiate the divorce process, only for them to reach a certain point and change their minds or start having doubts. If you are in such a situation, you should know that cases of people deciding to pause their divorce or cancel their divorce proceedings completely are not as rare as you may… Read More »


Conspiracy Crimes In The State Of Florida

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

When it comes to “conspiracies,” the details of the law can be complex. Many people assume they understand what a conspiracy crime is, but the truth is that many have inaccurate information. For example, some people think that a target criminal act must have occurred for a person to be charged or convicted of… Read More »


Florida Guardianship: Determining Incapacitation

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Florida law provides for the appointment of a guardian for an adult in circumstances where the adult’s ability to make decisions is impaired. Once a guardian has been appointed, they will be making decisions on behalf of the individual deemed impaired (the ward). Generally, a guardian’s duty in Florida is to act on behalf… Read More »


Protecting Your Privacy During A Florida Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

In this digital era, maintaining your privacy might seem impossible because of how easy it is for people to access one another’s private information and the prevalence of social media. However, maintaining privacy is possible. If you are considering, or going through, a divorce in Florida, you may be worried about protecting your privacy… Read More »


Some Important Information About How Plea Bargains Work In Florida

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

As a defendant, you need to understand that, when it comes to dealing with your criminal charges, you have options. Basically, you don’t have to accept your charges as they are after being charged with a crime. With the help of an experienced defense attorney, you can employ strategies that can reduce your charges,… Read More »


Best Interests Of The Child Factor #4: Stability And Continuity

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

In Florida, judges make child custody/time sharing decisions based on the best interests of children. According to Florida statute 61.13, courts are required to make children’s best interests the primary consideration during the establishment or modification of parental responsibility and the development, approval, or modification of parenting plans. When it comes to making decisions… Read More »


4 Common Causes Of Probate Litigation

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Generally, after the death of a testator, a Will is supposed to ensure that asset division happens smoothly. Unfortunately, the probate process does not always run smoothly. Probate is a legal process that involves identifying and gathering a deceased person’s assets, paying a decedent’s debts, and distributing a decedent’s assets to their beneficiaries. After… Read More »


Possession With Intent To Deliver, Sell Or Manufacture

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

In Florida, just like in other states, it is a crime for anyone to be in possession of a controlled substance. Drug possession in the state of Florida can be charged as a misdemeanor crime or felony crime. When a person is found to be in possession of a controlled substance, they risk facing… Read More »

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