Prenuptial Lawyer Miami I need one fast! Or I signed one but it was not fair! I receive many phone calls from potential clients who are getting married within a very short time and they want to have a prenuptial agreement (also known as “prenups” or “antenuptial agreement”) drawn up. Unfortunately, I must decline
Does Child Support Cover School Tuition? Child support covers private school tuition or better said can include private school tuition if certain factors exist. Child support normally does not cover private school tuition. In order for a court to order child support to cover private school tuition, the paying parent must have the ability
Goodbye To Permanent Alimony. Alimony reform was passed last month and that means goodbye to permanent alimony. Catherine M. Rodriguez, of Filler Rodriguez LLP was on the Family Law Legislative Committee and involved with many of the legislative changes occurring in 2023. The most significant change is that the new alimony...
What is good fortune child support? When representing wealthy individuals, the issue of good fortune child support comes up. However, good fortune child support is not what one would think from the name. In Florida there are child support guidelines and the formula for the child support guidelines is outlined within Section 61.30, Florida
Filler Rodriguez, LLP Partner Brittany Bonner highlighted in the Florida Bar News this month. Amber Kornreich and Brittany Bonner moderated the CLE which covered a wide range of topics, including how to do a divorce, initial client interviews, the role of a guardian ad litem, ethics, technology, time-sharing, pre-nuptial
Filler Rodriguez LLP lawyers Catherine Rodriguez, Brittany Bonner and Brianna Stern at the Family law section meetings of the Florida Bar and Catherine Rodriguez at the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers cocktail in Orlando Florida. If you are in need of
Top 5 Questions to Ask When Getting a Divorce. When getting a divorce certainly you will have many questions. This article will discuss the top 5 questions to ask when getting a divorce. First QuestionWhat will happen with my children? Florida’s laws regarding parenting have an underlying principle that children should have a continuing relationship