Gallardo Law Firm Blog

  • Can Grandparents be Ordered to Pay Child Support?

    Can Grandparents be Ordered to Pay Child Support?

    Posted by Emma Johnson on October 22, 2014

    Grandparents have the right to request visitation rights, which cause them to also be obligated to pay child support. How is this possible?

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  • International Divorce Process Miami

    International Divorce Process Miami

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on October 14, 2014

    It has become progressively common to have an international divorce. However, when dealing with an international divorce process it may be daunting when challenged with all of the legal complications.

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  • Guiding Children Through Divorce

    Guiding Children Through Divorce

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on October 14, 2014

    Divorce is a daily occurrence in America, but it does not have to be a terrible experience for children. The children will have emotions about the situation no matter what, but parents can take steps to make sure their children are not at the center of all the action. The children should be given a chance to resume normal lives as soon as possible.

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  • Can a Divorce Agreement be changed?

    Can a Divorce Agreement be changed?

    Posted by Emma Johnson on October 02, 2014

    It is not uncommon for an ex-spouse to want to make adjustments to a previous decree regarding the issues of support and custody. The ex-spouse that is looking to make adjustments to the decree must prove a substantial and continuing change of circumstances. Some of the circumstances that must be substantial include relocation to other state, issues with the care of the child, striking change of income.

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  • 5 Reasons Why You May Need A Divorce Lawyer

    5 Reasons Why You May Need A Divorce Lawyer

    Posted by Claire Gray on July 02, 2014

    Are you finding that the person you thought you were marrying has become someone that you no longer even recognize? Do you constantly argue with your spouse over seemingly insignificant issues? If you and your partner are considering filing for a divorce, it may be time that you seriously consider looking into hiring a Miami divorce lawyer so that you can handle the process in the most effective way possible.

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  • How Family Lawyers in Miami can assist you in saying “I Do” with a Prenuptial Agreement

    How Family Lawyers in Miami can assist you in saying “I Do” with a Prenuptial Agreement

    Posted by Emma Johnson on May 17, 2014

    Although it may be tempting to suppose that a prenuptial agreement is only for the rich and famous, this couldn’t be more wrong.

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  • Claiming the Child Tax Credit

    Claiming the Child Tax Credit

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on April 12, 2014

    In many households, having a dependent child can make you eligible to qualify for a hefty tax credit. To many new parents this may be a surprise, but it is crucial to plan for this so that you can acquire the most money possible. This tax credit that you may be eligible for is up to $1,000 per child. One of the many reasons why this is so beneficial is that it is not a tax deduction...

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  • Fiance Visa for Same Sex Couples

    Fiance Visa for Same Sex Couples

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on March 17, 2014

    Are you and your partner in another country that does not allow the same sex marriage? Once in the U.S., you are able to marry within a state that allows such marriages and the immigrant spouse has the possibility of applying for a permanent residence. Below are some questions you may be facing about moving to the U.S. with your partner.

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  • 1 Uterus, 2 distinct fathers, 2 babies (twins) in the same womb?

    1 Uterus, 2 distinct fathers, 2 babies (twins) in the same womb?

    Posted by Claire Gray on March 03, 2014

    Twin Babies Different Fathers : Bizarre but not beyond the bounds of possibility.

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  • Changes made to the Miami Dade Child Support Guidelines

    Changes made to the Miami Dade Child Support Guidelines

    Posted by Emma Johnson on February 06, 2014

    The guidelines for Florida divorce have been changed. The latest amendment changes now allow parents to veer from their guidelines because of their verbal timesharing schedule. For many years child support has been done all wrong.

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