Law Office of A. James Mullaney
Law Office of A. James Mullaney – A Family Law Attorney, Mediator & Divorce Lawyer in Jacksonville, FL exclusively handling family law cases for over 24 years. Contact today for an appointment.
You will have a much easier time as your family law issues are resolved and you will tend to get more positive results by hiring an attorney. Unlike some other firms, when you hire me as your attorney, you get me as your attorney. You will not be given a far less experienced associate as your family law lawyer. I have over 24 years experience as a Jacksonville Family Law Attorney & Mediator.
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Uncontested Divorce FAQ Videos
- In Florida, can a parent be ordered to pay for a child’s college education?
- In Florida, what determines how much child support I have to pay?
- Is there a minimum child support amount in Florida?
- What factors does the Judge consider when calculating child support in Florida?
- What are the allowable deductions from income in a Florida child support calculation?
- Explanation of a Florida Child Support Guidelines Worksheet
- Does overtime pay count as income for calculating child support in Florida?
- How can I legally avoid paying child support in Florida?
- In Florida, what if I need child support now and can’t wait until a Final Hearing?
- In Florida, how does the amount of time sharing affect child support?
- Can child support increase if a parent does not see the child as provided in the Parenting Plan?
- Do I still have to pay child support if I have 50/50 time sharing or joint custody with my child?
- In Florida, at what age does child support end or terminate?
- My child is 18, still in high school and living at home. Can I still get child support in Florida?
- My ex has remarried and has another family to support. How does this affect child support in Florida?
- Can I Sign Away My Rights to My Child so I Won’t Have to Pay Child Support in Florida?
- In Florida, who pays for my child’s day care?
- In Florida, what happens when a child turns 18 and there is still a child support arrearage?
- My ex is not paying child support. In Florida, can I withhold time sharing / visitation?
- Can child support be modified up or down in Florida?
- Can I pay child support directly to the other parent?
- In Florida, can my alimony payments be reduced or terminated if my ex is living with someone?
- My ex is earning more than when we divorced. Can I have my alimony increased?
- If a former spouse retires, can alimony be modified?
- In Florida, if a spouse commits adultery, could that result in higher alimony?
- How does alimony affect a Florida child support calculation?
- Are alimony payments tax deductible?
- What are the Requirements to get a divorce in Florida
- What are the residency requirements to file for divorce in Florida?
- In which county in Florida should I file my divorce case?
- What if my spouse cannot be found for service of the divorce papers?
- What happens if a Wife has a child that is not the biological child of her Husband?
- What is Domestic Violence in Florida
- Who can get a Domestic Violence Injunction?
- What is Repeat Violence in Florida?
- Who can get a Repeat Violence Injunction?
- What goes into a Repeat Violence injunction?
- What is Dating Violence in Florida and Can You Get an Order of Protection?
- What is Stalking Violence in Florida and Can You Get an Order of Protection?
- What is Time Sharing?
- In Florida, what is a Parenting Plan?
- Do parents need to follow their Parenting Plan at all times?
- What is the Difference between Joint and Sole Legal Custody
- What is a Marital Settlement Agreement?
- Is it Illegal to get Remarried before my Divorce is Final?
- Does Florida recognize common law marriages?
- Does Florida recognize my common law marriage from another State?