Parental Alienation

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When Can Grandparents Obtain Rights to Visitation?

Posted On Behalf Of Shazia Sparkman On Tuesday, February 17th, 2020   The Right Of Visitation   Grandparents and other extended family members like aunts and uncles can be a source of support and love. Despite the importance of this bond, it can be difficult for grandparents to maintain a connection with a child caught …

Do I Have Other Options Besides Divorce

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Family Law on January 28th, 2020 Divorce Alternatives In Florida When your marriage isn’t working, what do you do? Many people automatically jump to the conclusion of a divorce, but you may not have to go through the entire legal process of dissolving your marriage. Here’s what …

Can My Parental Rights Be Reinstated After Termination?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Family Law on Monday, November 12th, 2018. If your parental rights were terminated, it’s normal to experience a wide variety of emotions from anger to heartbreak. You may wonder if it’s possible to get your parental rights reinstated, or if it’s simply impossible. While not impossible, it’s …

What Factors Does Florida Consider When Awarding Child Custody?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Family Law on Friday, October 12th, 2018 Florida takes many different factors into consideration when making a child custody determination. Ultimately, the state believes a child benefits most by having an equal relationship with both parents. However, there are many cases where shared custody is not in …

Can You Access Florida Family Law Forms Your Phone?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Family Law on Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 When it comes to family law matters, dealing with the red tape is a significant part of the process. When you file for divorce, child custody, child support, or alimony, you can expect to fill out a number of forms. …

How Can Parents Support Their Children During a Gray Divorce?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Family Law on Sunday, August 12th, 2018 In Florida, a popular retirement destination, the term “gray divorce” is often used to describe older couples who decide to dissolve their marriage later in life. While there’s nothing that legally separates a gray divorce from any other divorce, there …

What Is A Collaborative Law Practice & Collaborative Divorce

On July 1st, 2017, the Collaborative Law Process Act (CLPA) went into effect. This is a groundbreaking law that has gotten too little attention this past year and will have a significant impact on divorcing families by providing them an entirely new option for legal divorce. What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative divorce is a process …

Will the New Military Blended Retirement System Create Challenges for Florida Divorces?

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Family Law on Tuesday, June 12th, 2018 On January 1, 2018, a military initiative was passed that has the potential to affect Florida military families everywhere, particularly when it comes to divorce. The Blended Retirement System, or BRS, affects all servicemembers who joined the military in 2018. …

How Many Parents Can a Florida Child Legally Have?

  On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Business Law on Thursday, May 12th, 2018 A five-year-old child is at the heart of an unprecedented legal battle in Florida. The child’s mother and her husband were married at the time of the child’s birth, but the husband is not the biological father of the …

New Study Suggests 25% of Married Couples Divorce Over Chores

On behalf of Sparkman Law Firm posted in Business Law on Thursday, April 12th, 2018 A new study conducted by Harvard Business School suggests that as many as 25% of married couples end their relationship over chores. Can an uneven divide in cooking and cleaning really cause a rift in so many marriages? You bet. …

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