There are numerous tactics that abusive spouses use to make their victims feel trapped and unable to escape their cycle of violence. Many women are too afraid to take action to protect themselves, but the best recourse against domestic violence is swift legal action.
Military service can put a unique strain on a marriage. It often involves long deployments, a good deal of uncertainty, constant change, and the threat of losing a spouse in combat. Simply put, military life doesn’t always work for every marriage. And whether it results from the strain of the lifestyle or from reasons that are common in civilian life like incompatibility or infidelity, members of the military and their spouses are not immune to divorce.
Heather Quick, CEO and Managing Attorney of Florida Women’s Law Group; Divorce and Family Law for Women, was the keynote at the Republican Women’s Club of Duval Federated (RWCDF) monthly meeting in May.
Florida Women’s Law Group, Divorce and Family Law for Women, has partnered with The Hubbard House to bring legal services to their Outreach Center in Jacksonville, FL. Attorneys will be traveling to the center to provide a free clinic for women concerning the dissolution of marriage and custody. With their focus solely on family law issues including divorce, custody and domestic violence, Florida Women’s Law Group will be equipped to help women at the center with plaguing legal concerns.
Clinic hosts will be Heather B. Quick, CEO of Florida Women’s Law Group, and Associate Attorneys Katie Johnson and Anna Mikhaliants. All attorneys have a comprehensive legal background in family law.
Florida Women’s Law Group is pleased to announce Heather Quick, Owner and Managing Attorney, has been appointed to serve on the Family Law Rules Committee for the Florida Bar. Ms. Quick’s term will run July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016. This will be Ms. Quick’s second term.
Florida Women’s Law Group, divorce and family law for women, along with Morgan Stanley Wealth Management are continuing their goal of empowering women by hosting a Women’s Empowerment Conference this month held at TPC Sawgrass.
Determination of alimony in the US can vary greatly from state to state. Courts take a number of factors into account when deciding whether or not to order alimony payments as well as deciding how much to order.
It shouldn’t be so hard. You and your ex have shared many happy experiences together, and you would think it would be easy to find your way back to cooperating when it comes to the kids, but divorce has a way of shattering much of what was positive in a relationship. But there’s good news, too. When a divorced couple makes a sincere effort to share parenting, not only is it good for the kids, it can eventually heal a lot of the pain of the divorce.