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Paternity Attorneys Tampa Florida

Paternity Lawyers - Tampa Bay, FL You don't need an attorney to establish paternity in Tampa Bay Florida, but navigating the family courts alone in a paternity case may not be in your best interest. There are several issues that must be resolved when you're establishing paternity in Florida. Nilo J Sanchez & Associates has [...]

2020-10-01T16:45:00+00:00October 1st, 2020|paternity attorney|0 Comments

Divorce Attorneys for Men & Women

Tampa Divorce & Family Law Attorneys for Men & Women At the Tampa Family Law Firm of Nilo J Sanchez & Associates, it is our belief that Nothing is More Important than Your Family. Protecting the rights of both men and women in a family law matter or contested divorce in Tampa Bay is paramount [...]

Parental Rights, Custody & Timesharing

Tampa Family law Attorneys Nilo J Sanchez & Associates represent clients who have high conflict timesharing & child custody matters that require sound solutions and resolve.  We represent parents who are experiencing family law matters that require knowledgeable, experienced child custody attorneys in Pasco, Hillsborough & Pinellas County, FL. Tampa FL Family Law,  Child Custody/Timesharing [...]

Putting a Divorce on Hold in Florida

Putting a Divorce on Hold in Florida In Florida, it is possible for divorcing couples to put their divorce on hold or "pause." When one or both parties decide that they are not quite ready to permanently end their marriage, the law permits them to do so by filing a Motion to Abate. This typically [...]

2020-07-01T23:25:10+00:00July 1st, 2020|Tampa divorce|0 Comments

Alimony Abatement, Modifications & Covid

Is Your Alimony Order  Subject  to Modification or Abatement due to Covid? If you currently have a court order to provide alimony  in Tampa Bay and you have suffered a job loss due to COVID 19 , you may be able to seek a modification or an abatement of alimony. Florida Statute 61.14 states that [...]

2020-06-17T19:22:43+00:00June 17th, 2020|alimony|0 Comments

Penalties for not paying alimony in Florida

Non Payment of Court Ordered Alimony in Florida Alimony continues to be a contentious subject in Florida. If you have been ordered to pay alimony and are refusing to pay or simply cannot do so, you may face stiff penalties for failing to comply. If you are unable to pay your alimony obligation, consult with [...]

2020-01-30T21:24:21+00:00January 30th, 2020|alimony|0 Comments

Modifying Alimony in Tampa Bay

Alimony Modifications in Florida In Florida, most types of alimony are modifiable, however, you must show a substantial and permanent change in circumstances. Because of this, when divorcing in Florida, it's very important for your Tampa divorce lawyer to get it right the first time. Properly negotiating alimony through MSA’s or litigation is imperative to [...]

Impact Factors Florida Alimony Awards

Factors that Can Impact Florida Alimony Award Amounts If you are divorcing, you may be concerned about how much alimony you might receive or have to pay. As a veteran Tampa divorce attorney, Nilo J. Sanchez knows that alimony is a major concern of couples who are divorcing in Tampa Bay. Whether you will be [...]

Tampa Florida Jurisdictional Issues & Parental Relocation

Florida Jurisdictional Issues & Parental Relocation Unmarried Parents, Relocation with a Minor Child Out of State Relocating with a minor child in Florida is a hot topic, especially given that Florida is such a transient state for many. With an increasing number of unmarried parents in Florida, mother's having sole parental responsibility and custody is [...]

2019-05-21T00:00:33+00:00May 20th, 2019|child custody|0 Comments

Temporary Relief Mitigates Distress in Contested Divorces

In Florida, contested divorces require a variety of matters to be settled before your divorce is finalized. Divorcing couples can opt to settle the terms of their divorce through negotiation and mediation, marital settlement agreements and via litigation. This is also true of unmarried parents who are establishing paternity. Child support and child custody and [...]

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