There have been recent changes to Florida Family Law that may effect your future or present divorce or family law case. We address these new laws briefly below. If you have questions or concerns about how the new  child custody and alimony laws may affect you, please contact Tampa Family Law Attorneys , Nilo J Sanchez & Associates, PA. We represent parents and divorced couples in a variety of family law matters in multiple jurisdictions in Tampa Bay.

Child Custody Laws to Change in Tampa Bay

Parental Responsibility – House Bill Passed / Signed into Law

Fathers who establish legal paternity now obtain automatic equal parental responsibility. This puts fathers on equal footing with mothers with regards to “guardianship.” This does not necessarily mean equal timesharing will be granted. However, it appears that the new laws will further support the leanings of the courts in recent years to award equal timesharing when it is in the best interest of the child.

Tampa Child Custody Attorney Consultations

Do You Need to Consult with a Child Custody Attorney  Near You in Tampa?  Family court can be difficult to navigate on your own, particularly when it comes to timesharing and complex child custody matters. Call our office to schedule a consultation with a child custody attorney at Nilo J Sanchez & Associates PA Family Law & Divorce Attorneys.

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Changes to Florida Alimony Laws 2023

There have been several changes to Florida Alimony in 2023. After a decade of attempting to overhaul Florida alimony, changes have been made. Permanent alimony has been eliminated, marriage durations changed, and modifying alimony does not require “unanticipated” changes to circumstances.

Read more: Bill Sought to End Permanent Alimony in Florida
Frequently Asked QuestionsWill New Florida Alimony Laws Effect Divorce Settlements in Tampa Bay?

Consult with a Tampa Family Law Attorney at Nilo J Sanchez & Associates, PA

If you are unmarried and wish to establish legal paternity or if you need a paternity lawsuit defense attorney in Tampa Bay,  reach out to our law firm. To learn how the new Florida alimony laws may effect you, or to consult with a Tampa alimony lawyer regarding modifying your alimony   or in a contested divorce, please call (813) 879-4600 or leave us a secure message below.

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