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Developing a parenting plan is a crucial element of a divorce or separation process, as it directly impacts the well-being of the child or children involved.
The division of marital property, also commonly referred to as equitable distribution, is often a highly contested areas of divorce and family law.
Every case involving a minor child requires an award of child support. The considerations affecting such an award will vary based on the parenting plan, parental incomes, and specific circumstances or needs of the child.
Robert Sigman has the experience and resources to aggressively pursue your spousal support goals, as well as the sensitivity to handle these cases with the utmost discretion.
Parenting plan cases can be intensely personal in nature, and your attorney should be attuned to your specific circumstances and any unique needs of your child that must be considered in the formation of your parenting plan.
Determining or validating the paternity of a child is important because any issue regarding the upbringing and support of a child will be directly impacted by the result.
The need to relocate may be occasioned by job relocation, general employment opportunities, family support need, or a variety of other matters, but all must ultimately result in an outcome that is most beneficial to the child.
Mediation is a judicial requirement designed to cause uncooperative and angry parties to sit down and rationally discuss the issues.
When everything else fails, trial occurs before the court. It should be a comfort to know that only a very small percentage of Family Law cases end in trial.
Attorney Robert S. Sigman has been serving clients in Orlando, Maitland, and throughout Central Florida for over 40 years. During that time, he has successfully handled cases in all aspects of domestic issues, family law, domestic law and civil law. Please click anywhere below to read more about that practice area.