If both elements are present, the court will apply current Florida alimony laws to determine the amount of alimony to be paid. Once alimony is ordered, there are instances where a reduction in alimony may be justified at a later date. Topics covered in this report include: Factors That Affect … Read more...
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While negotiation can be an effective tool in resolving family law issues, there are times when going to court is the only way to achieve your goals. Attorney Tina L. Lewert is a trial lawyer and is Board Certified in Marital & Family Law, which means she is recognized as an expert in this area of practice by the Florida Bar. She has the experience and knowledge to effectively represent your interests in court. If negotiations are proving to be fruitless, she is prepared to take your case before a judge, and will work to achieve the best possible outcome on your behalf.
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Attorney Tina L. Lewert also offers mediation services as a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator. She is committed to resolving divorce issues in a non-adversarial manner through mediation as a third-party neutral facilitator.
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At Lewert Law Offices, P.A., we have the skills and resources required to resolve family law matters involving the most complex equitable distribution issues, including the best methods of valuating business interests, retirement and pension assets, real estate holdings, and other items relevant to marital asset division.
From Our Blog
Alimony, also known as spousal support or maintenance, is an element of the dissolution of marriage that must be considered and weighed by the courts. Florida courts have broad authority when determining if alimony is warranted and in what amount alimony should be paid. Topics covered in this … Read more...
In a Florida simplified divorce, both parties must appear together at the Clerk of the Court’s Office to file the necessary forms to initiate the divorce action and to attend the final hearing in person. If your spouse is not willing to appear with you in court or you do not meet the other … Read more...
An annulment is different from a dissolution of marriage. A dissolution of marriage is a court order declaring that the parties are no longer married; however, an annulment is a court order declaring that the marriage is void. An annulment nullifies the marriage and it is as if the marriage never … Read more...
Divorce is difficult on children; however, when one of the parents seeks to relocate, a difficult situation can quickly turn bitter and frustrating. The parent that is relocating with the child obviously feels that it is in the best interest of the child to relocate; however, the parent who will now … Read more...