Sutton Law Firm Blog
Alimony Reform Again Close to Becoming Law
50/50 Time-Sharing Close to Becoming Law
Florida Senate Bill 1796 could require divorced or separated parents to agree to 50/50 time-sharing with their children. Our law firm discusses the ramifications.
CARES Act and Subchapter V Reorganizations under the Bankruptcy Code
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the health and economic stability of our country. The CARES Act includes temporary modifications that could…
How to Co-Parent with a Narcissist
Co-parenting with a narcissist is most often a high-conflict atmosphere. The dissolution of marriage or separation of the couple has been accomplished. Co-parenting is now…
How to Survive a Divorce from a Narcissist
Surviving any divorce is challenging, but separating from a narcissist is particularly difficult. You must have a strategy.
These cases are often determined by the…
Is Your Spouse or Partner a Narcissist?
Did I Marry a Narcissist?
We consult with spouses who are suffering in unhealthy, debilitating relationships. Then, when children come into the family, substantial difficulty arises…
Using the Collaborative Method in Your Case
Use the Private Alternative Where Family Matters: Collaborative Law
Marital discord, particularly where children are involved, is a difficult time. Selecting the collaborative law process can…
Is Collaborative Law For You?
Can the Collaborative Method Help in My Case?
Whether in divorce, modification, or enforcement - anyone can benefit from the collaborative process! Why? The focus is toward…
Collaborative Law “official” in Florida
Use the Collaborative Law Process Act to increase the likelihood of reaching an out-of-court settlement.