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Can I Evict My Spouse?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in divorce on Friday, March 26th, 2021. Living together with your ex-spouse after deciding to separate or divorce can be painfully difficult. However, not all spouses go their own way. If your ex is refusing to leave your home, can you evict them? Under some circumstances, you can. Here’s what you should …

Do I Have Any Options If the Other Parent Is Not Paying Child Support In Florida?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Chld Support on Friday, February 19th, 2021. Making Your Case For Child Support Fighting for child support in a divorce is a common interest for the parent who hopes to receive full or primary custody. There’s no doubt that there are many expenses involved in raising a child. Because of this, …

Do I Have Options Outside Of Divorce?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in divorce on Friday, January 22nd, 2021. Your marriage is in trouble and you’re thinking about divorce.  Is that really the next best step? Divorce is time consuming, complex, and costly. You may benefit from exploring divorce alternatives, such as legal separation or mediation. Here’s what you need to know.  Annulling Your …

Can I Get Reasonable Visitation With My Child

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in visitation on Friday, December 25th, 2020. Custodial Parent When a child’s parents separate, they will typically live with one of their parents most of the time. This parent is called the custodial parent, and the other is referred to as the noncustodial parent. If the child is old enough, they may …

Stay-at-home fatherhood could shift divorce terms

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in divorce on Friday, November 20th, 2020. Throughout households in Florida and across the U.S., there aren’t many families who can financially pull off having a stay-at-home parent while only one of the parents works outside of the home. Life is expensive. Kids are expensive. And, hey, many adults …

Study Shows Women Concerned About Losing Their Own Cash in Divorce

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Business Law on Friday, October 16th, 2020 Many women who are contemplating divorce, may be in fear of losing their own cash, if they have a less well-off husband, according to a recent study out of the United Kingdom. With less chance of winning in big divorce, …

What Can Be Included in a Florida Parenting Plan?

Written on behalf of Sparkman Law on Thursday, September 25th, 2020. Co-parenting can be a challenge, but with a parenting plan in place, you can make collaborating with your child’s other parent as smooth and simple as possible. What Is a Florida Parenting Plan? A Florida Parenting Plan is a written legal document that outlines …

When Can I Stop Paying Spousal Maintenance in Florida?

Written on behalf of Sparkman Law Firm on Thursday, August 28th, 2020. Alimony, also called spousal maintenance, is a form of financial relief that courts grant some lesser earning spouses during and after a divorce. This monthly payment helps the lesser earning spouse get back on their feet, but can be challenging to pay. If …

How are child support amounts calculated in Florida?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in child support on Thursday, July 16th 2020. Parenting Plan When parents split up, or if they were never married to begin with, they are still both legally responsible for the well-being of their child. In some cases, both parents will share custody and/or be able to make …

What is my right as a Father (Paternity cases)?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in child custody on Friday, June 19th, 2020. What Rights Do Father’s Have In Florida? If a child is born out of wedlock, Florida considers the mother the natural, legal custodian of the child, even if the father signs the birth certificate.  It’s important for Fathers to realize that they …

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