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 […]

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 […]

Successful Timesharing in Divorce: Nurturing a Healthy Co-Parenting Relationship

Divorce is an emotionally challenging process for any couple, especially when minor children are involved. As parents, it is our utmost responsibility to prioritize the well-being and safety of our children, even amidst the difficulties of Separation. One key aspect of Post-Divorce life is establishing successful Timesharing or Child Custody arrangements that promote stability, consistency, […]

Is Sole Custody Possible in a Family Law Case?

Are you in the middle of a custody battle with your spouse or former spouse? Perhaps you are wondering if you can be awarded sole custody of your minor child or children. In recent years, the Florida statutes began referring to child custody as “timesharing” or contact. The legislature felt like the term custody or […]

Communicating with the Neutrals in a Collaborative Case

Florida’s Collaborative Process is a neutral process where both parties agree on an alternative to litigation. Potential candidates for Collaborative Law include spouses and unmarried parents who have at least some common goals, a genuine desire to protect their minor children from the Divorce process, as well as those who are intentional about being solution-focused. […]

What to Expect in the First Collaborative Team Meeting

As a Family Law Client who chooses to proceed with your case by utilizing the Collaborative Process in Florida, you may be curious about what will happen in the first meeting. Remember, Collaborative Law is a voluntary process. Both you and your spouse will work with Collaboratively trained Family Law Attorneys who will prepare you […]

Four Reasons to Thank Your Stepdad This Father’s Day

We live in a time where many families include stepparents, so it is important that we honor them on holidays as well. This Father’s Day let’s take a moment to celebrate and show gratitude to the father figures in our lives. Stepfathers especially deserve recognition for their role in the lives of children. To our […]

Three Ways to Support Single Moms This Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is around the corner. On this day, many families are intentional about catering to the matriarch of their home. What about single mothers? In our society today, many retailers and companies feature ideal gift ideas for mom. While many of those ideas are centered around two parent households, it is important to consider […]

How to Maintain a Family Unit After Your Divorce

With emotions at an all time high, going through a divorce may leave you feeling defeated. The future you envisioned for your children no longer lines up with your current circumstances. Timesharing schedules (formerly known as custody arrangements) and parenting plans are part of your new reality. It may be difficult to move forward at […]

Three Common Challenges Blended Families Face

Many times, when couples are experiencing marriage again after a divorce, a new spouse isn’t the only addition to the family. Second marriages not only represent a sense of hope, but may also include a season filled with challenges and transition. For newlyweds with children from previous relationships, it is especially important to manage any […]