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If you have recently become party in an injunction case, you might be experiencing some significant problems. The purpose of an injunction against violence is to keep one person from committing violence on another. If those two people are married and have children, the injunction will also order those two people how to share their children. Sometimes people file injunctions with the only hope that the Courts will get them their children instead of because they are really in fear of harm, which is an abuse of the injunction process.
A divorce can be a dramatic change in your life. It’s often a highly emotional time that can be filled with feelings of acrimony and retribution. Many people feel extremely vulnerable during this time of transition. One moment you are wondering, “Why doesn’t my spouse love me anymore?” The next moment you need to consider who is responsible for paying the capital gains taxes on an inherited mutual fund.
The interests of your children, including their financial well-being, place of residence and emotional stability should be your primary concern during a divorce. You may even worry about losing the right to spend time with your children.
At McKendrick Law we take a strategic and comprehensive approach to protecting your rights and providing for the best interests of your children during custody disputes.
Every child deserves to have a father. Paternity is the legal way to determine the identity of a child’s father.
Children born to parents that are married to each other have a legal father.
Children do not have a legal father if the mother is not married when the child is born. Legal paternity must be established for this child.
In Florida, it is not always necessary to have a trial and obtain a court judgement to end your marriage. Many cases can be resolved through negotiation. A Marital Settlement Agreement is the resulting document.