Marital Assets Divorce Lawyer Miami During divorce proceedings, one party may dissipate (waste, fritters away or spend) marital money or other assets. If the money or asset was spent through intentional misconduct i.e. on an adulterous affair or simply out of spite, then the Court can count that against the dissipating spouse and award
Dade Legal Aid – Put Something Back offers 30th Annual Nuts and Bolts of Family Law Seminar On June 8, Dade Legal Aid – Put Something Back, in collaboration with the Miami Dade Bar Family Courts Committee and Young Lawyers Section, will be presenting its 30th Annual Nuts and Bolts of Divorce Family Law Seminar
Brittany Bonner speaking at the Florida Bench and Bar Conference Enjoyed having the opportunity to speak with such a dynamic panel about the ways for Lawyers to Better Serve Children at the Florida Bench and Bar Conference today. Pro Bono work is so important!
It's time for another Fellow Friday! Meet Catherine Rodriguez, one of our newest American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers - AAML - Florida Chapter Fellows, from Miami, FL. We're excited for everyone else to get to know her too!
How does Adultery Affect My Divorce? The short answer to how does adultery affect my divorce is; it depends. If a spouse committed adultery and spent no money while engaged in adultery, then the adultery may have no effect on the divorce.
Kicking off the 2022 Marital & Family Law Review Course with our AAML Fellow Cocktail Welcome Reception! Catherine Rodriguez enjoying the wonderful Fellowship at the AAML cocktail reception Catherine Rodriguez attending the Marital and Family Certification Review in Orlando Florida happy to have been a contributor for this amazing CLE. So happy
Filler Rodriguez, LLP is proud to announce that managing partner Catherine M. Rodriguez has been designated as a Super Lawyer for 2022. In order to receive her Super Lawyer designation, Ms. Rodriguez was nominated by her peers, evaluated through third party research. The Firm congratulates Ms. Rodriguez on her Super lawyer designation. Filler Rodriguez, LLP