Family Law

March 2, 2018
Orlando Family Law Lawyer

What Is A Parenting Plan?

What Is A Parenting Plan? A parenting plan is a document signed by both parents and approved by the court that relates to all aspects of the children’s functioning life. The parenting plan outlines in fine detail how the parents will take care of the children. It includes: a timesharing schedule, daily tasks of the children shared by both parents, health care, education, and all physical, emotional and social well-being of the children. It also includes how the parents will communicate with the children in this technologically advanced society. At  Frost Law, we have all the necessary documents to create a […]
February 18, 2018
Orlando Family Law Lawyer

Florida Child Support: When Can I Really Stop Payment?

The thought of child support can often make one think of monthly payments that have no end in sight. Child support payments do end, however, the question of when they will actually cease is not as straightforward and depends on the circumstances. When Your Child Turns 18 According to Florida laws, child support ordinarily is meant to end on your child’s 18th birthday. If the order was made in favor of more than one child, child support is calculated according to different dates in the future. It reduces as each child turns 18 and finally ends once the last child turns 18. If […]
February 12, 2018
Orlando Family Law Lawyer

Why You Need To Hire A Divorce Attorney

Family law is not like other area of law. It is personal, and most of the time, you are directly in conflict with someone you had a relationship with. While this is not exactly bad, it can pose a problem when you and the other party don’t see eye to eye, especially when it concerns a divorce. Divorces can be dirty, emotionally trying and quite a hassle. There’s no law that says you can’t handle it on your own. However, the emotional whirlwind of divorce and its complicated legal processes may necessitate the support of a strong presence that can offer […]
January 24, 2018
Domestic Violence

FSU’s Deondre Francois Investigated for Domestic Violence

According to the Tallahassee Democrat, Florida State University quarterback Deondre Francois was recently investigated for a domestic violence incident. The report states that he was accused of committing domestic violence, specifically, battery on a pregnant woman. As with a large number of similar cases, there were conflicting reports and accounts of the incident and no charges have been filed. Under Florida Statute 741.28 domestic violence includes battery and agrevated battery of one family or household member by another family or household member. Family or household members include husbands or wives, ex-wives and ex-husbands, people related by blood or marriage, people living together as a […]
January 18, 2018
Orland Criminal Defense & Family Law Attorney

Florida Divorce: Retirement Funds & Pensions Plans

If you built up your retirement plan during the course of your marriage and are now thinking about or going through a divorce, you may be wondering what happens to the retirement that you’ve built for yourself during the course of your marriage.  In any divorce, a significant part of the process is dividing the property that the ex-spouses amassed while they were married. Personal property can include cars, homes, assets, and more which will be apportioned between them. Many couples do not know that retirement funds and pension incentives accumulated during the marriage (which are most likely the most substantial asset a couple has the possibility […]
January 1, 2018
Orlando Family Law Lawyer

How Is Child Support Calculated In Florida?

It is very easy to assume that child support is simply awarded by a judge without reference to any resource. Most feel the judge simply pulls a figure out of the air, orders the parties to pay it and bangs his gavel. Case closed. Child support in Florida is actually much more complicated. There are a lot of calculations that go into determining child support in Florida. These calculations are meant to determine not just the amount that will be paid, but how this amount is to be split between the spouses as well as what income would be taken into […]