How Domestic Abuse Impacts Your Divorce
A divorce can arise for a variety of reasons, but when domestic violence is the catalyst, things can become far more complex. Florida state law recognizes “no-fault” divorce, which means neither party needs to prove any reason for the divorce to take place.
Long before she went to law school, Anna Durstein knew she wanted to go into the field of law. Anna’s father was an attorney and as she grew up learning from him she knew she wanted to be an attorney too. In addition to her father there were other aspects of the law that caught her attention.
The concept of time-sharing has leveled the playing field for parental responsibility. It was designed to minimize the confusion surrounding the best interest of minor children during and after divorce proceedings. By replacing the custody model with time-sharing, Florida, in essence, removed mothers as the preferred caregiver for younger children. The time spent with each parent no longer happens based on gender.
When going through a divorce, it is normal to feel some distrust between you and your soon-to-be ex, especially when it comes to finances. This feeling only increases if they are financially controlling and abusive. Harboring this distrust is a natural reaction and something our Florida Women’s Law Group team understands. For this reason, our team offers forensic accounting to all of our clients.
In Ancient Greece, there was a man named Narcissus who, upon seeing his reflection in a pool, fell in love with himself and consequently wasted away. While many of us may find this tale fascinating, real narcissistic people do exist, and not just in myths. A person with a narcissistic personality disorder (or a malignant narcissistic personality) are people who care only about themselves and believe they are entitled to whatever they want.
I’m Heather Quick, owner of Florida Women’s Law Group and I’m here today to talk to you about what you need to know before hiring a divorce attorney. These are the three most important things you need to think about before taking that big step.
I’m Heather Quick, owner of Florida Women’s Law Group and I’m here today to talk to you about what to do when your husband serves you with divorce papers. These are the top three things you must do as soon as you are served.
I’m Heather Quick, owner of Florida Women’s Law Group and I’m here today to talk to you about the three things you can do to build your case before you file for divorce. You want to build your case before you file because divorce can take a long time and during that time things can be forgotten. Things get erased or disappear and you may lose access to documents and evidence that could be really helpful in your divorce.