The Marks Law Firm Blog and New Updates

The Role of Social Media in Orlando Divorce Cases

In the digital age, where connectivity is at our fingertips, social media platforms have become integral parts of our daily lives. From sharing life updates to connecting with friends and family, platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube offer a window into our personal worlds. However, what many fail to realize is that what we share […]

Four Ways to Prioritize Mental Health as a Family Law Client

May is recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month. Parties who are going through a Divorce, Child Custody (Timesharing), Paternity, or other Family Law case might be navigating this season of life in fight or flight mode. Our bodies store stress and emotions that are not addressed timely. Everyone at The Marks Law Firm, P.A. – […]

Are You Facing Parental Alienation in Your Orlando Divorce Case?

Divorce can be a challenging journey, especially when minor children are involved. In some cases, one co-parent may attempt to undermine the relationship between the minor children and the other co-parent, leading to a phenomenon known as Parental Alienation. At The Marks Law Firm, P.A. – Family Law & Divorce Attorneys, our experienced Family Law […]

Tom Marks and Dexter Sanders Discuss Family Law and Collaborative Divorce

Collaboratively-trained Family Law Attorney Tom Marks recently spoke with Back 2 God’s radio host, Dexter Sanders. For those who missed part one of their conversation, CLICK HERE to check it out. Dexter was interested in learning more about how Attorney Tom Marks navigates Family Law cases as a Christian Attorney. Tom Marks was eager to […]

Family Law Attorney Tom Marks Appears on Back 2 God Radio Show with Dexter Sanders

Orlando Family Law Attorney Tom Marks recently appeared on Dexter Sanders’ radio show: Back 2 God. For those who don’t know, Dexter  (pictured below) is known in the Central Florida community as an evangelist, author, educator and international speaker. The two met through the Central Florida Christian Chamber of Commerce after an introduction by Chamber […]

Are You an Ideal Client for the Collaborative Process in Orlando, Florida?

Is your Orlando Family Law case related to a Divorce or Paternity matter? Do you and the other party involved have common goals regarding the resolution of your case? Would you both be interested in handling this matter privately and outside of Court? If you answered YES to the above questions, let’s explore the Collaborative […]

Celebrating Valentine’s Day After Divorce

Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love and affection, but for those who have gone through a Divorce, it can also be a time of reflection and adjustment. At The Marks Law Firm, P.A. – Family Law & Divorce Attorneys, in Orlando, we understand the challenges that come with life after Divorce, especially during […]

Three Common Reasons for a Post-Divorce Modification in Orlando, Florida

Divorce is a life-altering event, and the terms of your Final Judgment may not always perfectly suit your evolving circumstances. In Central Florida, Post-Divorce modifications are quite common as people seek to adapt their Divorce agreements to better reflect their current realities. In this blog, we will explore three common reasons for a Post-Divorce modification […]

How to Save Money During the Collaborative Divorce Process in Orlando Florida

Divorce and Family Law matters can be emotionally and financially draining. Especially considering that each case has varying timelines. In recent years, a new way to navigate these turbulent waters while saving money and preserving your relationships exists: Collaborative Law. At The Marks Law Firm, P.A., our experienced Family Law Attorneys in Orlando understand the […]

Choosing Between Mediation or the Collaborative Process in a Central Florida Family Law Case

When facing Family Law matters in Central Florida, such as Divorce, Timesharing (commonly known as Child Custody), Paternity, etc. it’s essential to explore your options for resolving these issues. Two popular alternative dispute resolution methods available in Florida are Mediation and Collaborative Law. While both approaches aim to reach an amicable resolution without involving Litigation, […]