Close Menu
Boca Raton Divorce Lawyer Boca Raton Divorce Lawyer
Get In Touch With Our Team 561-391-9943
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Recent Blog Posts

Alimony8

Can Florida Alimony Payments Be Modified?

By Schwartz | White |

Depending on the type of alimony awarded in your divorce, the court may agree to a modification in certain circumstances. You cannot apply to have alimony modified if it was never awarded in the first place or if the award specified it was not eligible for modification. Alimony may be awarded when a spouse… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Cohabitate

What is a Cohabitation Agreement in Florida?

By Schwartz | White |

The term cohabitation refers to two people who choose to live together and not enter into a legal marriage.  There are many reasons people may choose to forego getting married, with the downside being that they are not afforded the same rights as married couples because Florida does not recognize common law marriage. Before… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
CSupport8

What Happens if You Don’t Pay Child Support in Florida?

By Schwartz | White |

When someone is ordered to pay child support, it’s an obligation that they need to take seriously. Both parents need to be active participants in their child’s life, and that includes supporting him or her. Failure to comply with Florida court-ordered child support can have serious consequences. If you were awarded child support payments… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Divorce12

Common Mistakes to Avoid in Your Florida Divorce

By Schwartz | White |

Each divorce is unique and has its own set of challenges. While some things are unexpected or unavoidable, others are commonly seen mistakes in Florida divorces. To help your own case, be sure you don’t make any of these mistakes. Not Seeking Quality Legal Advice One of the most common mistakes in a divorce… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
DivorceDec

Can I File for Divorce in Florida Without an Attorney?

By Schwartz | White |

If you are contemplating a divorce, you may be wondering whether it’s possible to file without retaining a Florida divorce attorney to assist you. In Florida, a divorce is referred to as a dissolution of marriage. While it’s legally possible to file for a dissolution on your own, it is not necessarily advised in… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
DomesticViolVictim2

Can My Husband be Charged with Sexual Battery in Florida?

By Schwartz | White |

In Florida, sexual battery is the official name for rape. There is a misconception that sexual battery only occurs between people who do not know each other. A spouse can be charged with sexual battery in some instances. Sexual battery is explained in Florida Statute 749.011. it is a crime to have non-consensual sexual… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
DivorceCourt

Preparing for Your Divorce Hearing

By Schwartz | White |

The idea of having a divorce hearing and potentially needing to testify scares some people more than the prospect of starting over after years of marriage. If you are nervous about your upcoming divorce hearing, you aren’t alone. If you want to make it through your upcoming hearing with ease, it’s best to be… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Div12

Possible Reasons Why Florida Divorce Rates are High

By Schwartz | White |

It may come as a surprise to know that Florida often ranks as one of the states with the highest divorce rates. Given that the state also ranks high when it comes to stress, that can certainly be one explanation as to why the Sunshine State is not so sunny when it comes to… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Mediation3

The Use of Arbitration and Mediation in Florida Divorces

By Schwartz | White |

Arbitration and mediation are alternative dispute resolution (ADR) techniques available for many types of litigated matters, including divorce. Couples who are filing for divorce can opt for mediation or arbitration to resolve their issues as opposed to the courtroom. Before you agree to any type of ADR, it’s important to understand the difference between… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
DomesticViol2

The Use of No Contact Orders in Florida Domestic Violence Cases

By Schwartz | White |

The courts in Florida often issue a no contact order in a criminal matter that involves domestic violence, assault, battery, or any other crime where the court is concerned a victim may be threatened or at risk for continued violence. What is a No Contact Order? The no contact order is utilized before the… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
MileMark Media - Practice Growth Solutions

© 2017 - 2019 The Law Offices of Schwartz | White, Attorneys at Law. All rights reserved.
This law firm website is managed by MileMark Media.