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Dependency And The Dangers Of The Foster Care System

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Any parent, if asked, would admit, without hesitation, that parenting is easily the most difficult task they will ever face. The difficulties of parenting are counterbalanced with the joy of seeing one’s child grow and develop into a unique individual. However, this dynamic can be swiftly and severely interrupted if the State opens a… Read More »

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How Financial Disclosures Play Into Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Figuring out how much money and assets a person will have at the end of a divorce is a critical issue for all spouses. Dividing one household into two inherently creates new expenses, albeit with the same income, and requires each party to make hard decisions about which costs are truly necessary and which… Read More »

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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 »

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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 »

The Basics of Divorce in Florida

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Similar to the changes that happen as seasons shift from one to another, everyone has transitions in their lives that dramatically change the landscape of what is normal. One event that particularly transforms a person’s world is divorce. Divorce is a big step, and one few take quickly or lightly, but sometimes staying married… Read More »

How to Modify Alimony Awards

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Couples that divorce after many years of marriage typically present more complicated cases because the parties lives are more intertwined due to more extensive and diverse property ownership and reliance one party often places on the other for financial support. The law recognizes and responds to the disparity in income divorcing spouses commonly have… Read More »

Grounds for Annulling a Marriage in Florida

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

When couples contemplate ending their marriages, they typically focus on divorce, as that process is the one most used to dissolve relationships, and importantly, does not require the parties to prove either was at fault for the demise of the relationship. In addition to divorce, couples may have the option of annulling the marriage…. Read More »

Effects of Bad Acts on Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Parties to a divorce rarely make it through the process without experiencing some amount of emotional and psychological scarring. The divorce process is an inherently personal event that usually serves as a life-marker for the couple as they transition from functioning as a two-person unit to having to do everything on their own. The… Read More »

How Florida’s New Collaborative Divorce Law Affects the Divorce Process

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

While depictions of divorce on TV as bitter, drawn out struggles planned to punish the other spouse as much as possible are not entirely without real-life comparisons, most divorce cases are much more civil and involve less drama. This does not mean, however, there are not a lot of emotions expressed and felt by… Read More »

Property Division in Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Extricating yourself from a marriage that no longer works is a multi-step process that becomes more or less complicated by disputes over pivotal issues like child custody, child/spousal support or property division. While disputes in divorce are expected to some extent, property division, in particular, can create thorny problems if a couple owns a… Read More »

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