Category Archives: Divorce
Attorney Amanda Colon’s “5 Things Your Divorce Attorney Should Be Telling You” as seen in Tampa Bay Business Journal
By Amanda Colón – Attorney, Older Lundy Alvarez & Koch Mar 11, 2021 1. Adult children are still the children. Adult children often have the same feelings of grief, sadness, and anxiety that minor children experience during their parents’ divorce. Try to buffer adult children from the business of the divorce just as you… Read More »
Read Ben Older’s article Family Law Cases Related to Substance Abuse and Substance Dependency.
Divorce is definitely never going to be an easy process. Planning for it takes a lot of emotional strength and stamina. There are certainly ways one can protect him or herself from the financial impacts of a divorce if time is available. However, few folks have the foresight and the time to make these… Read More »
The holidays are a special time of year for families and young children – so how do you keep the magic of the holiday season after divorce? The key is good co-parenting. Effective co-parenting will ensure that the divorce has minimal impact on your children, especially during the holidays. There are three steps to… Read More »
abcactionnews.com Sarina Fazan 9:58 PM, Oct 22, 2015 TAMPA – “A picture is worth a thousand words, right?,” said Daren Pippio. In her case, a picture also meant thousands of dollars. “One of the checks was over $19,000,” Pippio said. It was reimbursement from an ex-husband, and she gives the credit to another photo…. Read More »
by Michelle Ralat Brinner A great deal of confusion exists among practitioners regarding the recovery of an award of attorneys’ fees, particularly regarding compliance with local Administrative Order S-2013-075 (the “AO”). Compliance with the Family Law Rules of Procedure and the AO is critical to recovering attorneys’ fees and costs for your client. To… Read More »