Divorce can be incredibly delicate and oftentimes messy. It is important to remember that the individuals ending their relationship are not the only ones affected—children bear a large burden in the proceedings of divorce. Integrity Law is focused on producing a legal outcome that is best for the children involved.
Here at Integrity law, we are equipped to handle all varieties of custody cases. Some of these areas include:
- Child custody after divorce
- Child support
- Child custody after death of one or both parents
If you have any questions regarding custody law proceedings, would like a consultation, or if your current custody problem is causing you considerable stress, please contact us at (904)-224-2100. Our team of attorneys is here to answer any and all questions you have about custody law and to guide you in the right direction.
Child Custody After Divorce
Divorce can be one of the most difficult times in one’s life. It is made even more difficult when children are involved and have to bear an a portion of the burden and baggage it brings. In troubling times, Integrity Law is here to make sure things go in the right direction to meet your needs. Our experienced attorneys will fight to make sure we achieve the best outcome possible for both your children and yourself. We care deeply about the children of our community and want to make sure they grow up in the best environment possible.
Oftentimes, custody can be contentious between the two parties. However, at Integrity Law, we can strive for a result that is in the best interest of the child(ren). Florida law places a significant emphasis on sharing the responsibility of taking care a child’s needs after divorce. Our experienced legal team has practiced and been successful in the Florida system and can ensure you the best possible legal representation.
If you have any questions about custody proceedings or need a consultation, please contact us at (904)-224-2100.
The end of a relationship can be incredibly challenging, especially when there are children involved. Integrity Law is here to ensure that each party pays their fair share in supporting the child or children. Child support is a very complex legal issue that is determined by a few different factors, including:
- Number of children involved in the proceeding
- Income of the parties involved (income includes a myriad of different factors to expansive to list here)
- Consultation of Florida child support guidelines as outlined in the Florida State Statutes.
- Division of expenses
Here is the link to the Florida State Statutes on determining child support.
If you have any further questions about child support proceedings or are in need of a consultation, please contact us at (904)-224-2100.
Child Custody After the Death of One or Both Parents
Losing a loved one or partner is an incredibly difficult time in one’s life—you should not have to spend that time worrying about what is going to happen to your partner’s children. In the event that a legal guardian has not been named, it is paramount that you enlist legal representation to ensure the best outcome for the children involved. Integrity Law is experienced in handling custody cases of all shapes and sizes. Our experienced legal team ensures the best possible representation. The best interest of the children is what is important to us and our legal representation reflects that.
If you have any questions regarding custody proceedings or are in need of a consultation, please contact us at (904)-224-2100.
When a marriage or partnership ends, it is important to remember that the two in the relationship are not the only ones affected. Children bear a large burden when they are involved with the proceedings as well. Our focus at Integrity Law is to ensure a result that the reflects the best interest of the children. Time sharing is incredibly important to maintaining a level of consistency in a child’s life and parent’s life.
The state of Florida does not give preferential treatment to either mothers or fathers. They determine what is fair and in the best interest of the child involved. The courts use a few different guidelines in determining fair time sharing allocations including:
- Ability to meet a child’s needs
- Proportion of responsibility for the child
- Preference of the child
- Mental health history
- Physical health
If you have any questions about time sharing proceedings or are in need of a consultation, please contact us at (904)-224-2100.