If you are involved in a lawsuit, it’s important not to ignore any requests you receive from an attorney or the court. There are often penalties for noncompliance and your failure to act could have a detrimental impact on your case. Now, subpoenas are a type of request that order someone to do something in… read more
In Byrne v. Byrne, the Fourth District Court of Appeal of Florida reversed an order of the trial court holding the former wife in civil contempt for failing to keep two mortgages current on the former marital home, and also reversed the trial court’s order appointing a receiver to collect rental income generated from the… read more
Florida’s legal system is very quick to act with accusations of Orlando domestic violence. In fact, even just the fear of violence can be enough to cause the legal system to respond—actual physical contact does not have to occur.
A common misconception is that an annulment is the same thing as a divorce. While a divorce ends a valid marriage, an annulment declares that what people thought was a marriage never really existed. There are no explicit laws regarding annulment in Florida, but a precedent has been set over the years. Getting an annulment… read more