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Challenging the Validity of an Out-of-State Will

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Executing a will is not an issue people think about very often, but it becomes vitally important after a person dies. All wills must go through the probate process, with the principal purpose being to ensure the directions included within it are valid, and if so, that they are followed. Determining the validity of… Read More »


The Influence of Religion on Child Custody and Support

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

The influence parents exert on their children’s lives is deep and profound. Parents provide the support, guidance, and example children use to develop their own sense of self, perspective of the world, and how to treat others. When parents divorce and must decide how to divide child custody, these decisions become much more difficult… Read More »


The Unique Factors With Domestic Violence And Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Leaving a marriage filled with violence and fear takes a lot of courage and support. Divorce is complicated enough without this added strain, but when domestic violence is present, the assistance of an experienced divorce attorney is even more imperative to ensure the right protections are put in place and the process is as… 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 »


The Rules for Relocating with a Child after Divorce

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Regardless of the circumstances, moving to a new place is usually a decision that is made after a lot of thought and consideration. However, when a parent decides to move, the process becomes much more involved as new issues enter the discussion. Things such as school quality, the availability of childcare, and the amount… Read More »


If You Are Considering Freezing Embryos, Read this First

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

When someone thinks about the issues surrounding time-sharing disputes, envisioning a child in this conflict makes sense. However, modern technology has greatly expanded the possibilities of reproduction, and couples previously unable to conceive are now able to have children. Further, they can also postpone parenthood until much later through the use of frozen embryos…. Read More »


Be Proactive and Request a Child Support Modification Before It Becomes a Crisis

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Financially supporting a child is a responsibility that the majority of parents accept and consent to by paying child support consistently and on time following divorce or separation. Paying this amount every month is not necessarily easy, but knowing the money goes toward the necessities of their child’s life is enough to counteract the… Read More »


When Courts Terminate Parental Rights

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Raising a child is one of the hardest and most rewarding experiences a person can have, which is accomplished through consistent and thorough contact with a child over a span of years. While daily interaction with a child is ideal, divorced parents who share custody still have ample opportunity to influence a child’s development… Read More »


Protecting Yourself from Domestic Violence

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

One of the benefits that drive most people to seek relationships is the knowledge that one’s partner will support and protect them when necessary. A person does not go into a relationship assuming a partner will consciously seek to harm him/her and jeopardize their safety, but that is the daily reality of victims of… Read More »

Grandparents’ Rights in Custody and Visitation Disputes

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

When a couple divorces, the effects reverberate far beyond the core family unit. Undoubtedly, children are the most affected by the breakdown of marriages, which is why many states, Florida included, require divorcing parents to take classes on helping their children deal with the changes. Beyond the couple and their children, close family and… Read More »

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