A Guide to Trick-or-Treating for Divorced Parents

Helpful tips to make trick-or-treating less frightful this year.

Tampa Custody Attorney

Co-Parenting During the School Year: 5 Tips for Success

Life in the immediate aftermath of divorce can be chaotic, not just for you but also for your children. When the back-to-school season arrives, it’s important to work with your family attorney in Tampa FL to create a plan that will help both you and your former spouse provide your children with the support they need. […]

VISUAL ART SCHOLARSHIP WINNER ANNOUNCED

The 2017-2018 Scholarship Announced.

Alimony

Can a Spouse Get Permanent Alimony in a Short-Term Marriage?

In exceptional circumstances, a spouse may get permanent alimony in a short term marriage.

Tampa Custody Attorney

Florida Same-Sex Partner Denied Parental Rights in Child Custody Case

Florida same sex partner denied custody rights.

Tampa military divorce

5 Tips for a Military Divorce

5 tips you should know when facing a military divorce.

Tampa assets

Personal Injury Award in a Divorce

Each State has different laws and agreements when it comes to divorce proceedings, especially when dealing with personal injury lawsuits. One thing that is the same with each state is that there is always an evaluation of the situation and who should be awarded what. The law usually limits the damages you can receive regarding […]

Tampa assets

How Personal Injury Settlements Can Affect Child Support Payments | The Mckinney Law Group

If you are currently paying child support and just received a personal injury settlement, the settlement received may alter the amount you pay in monthly child support payments. See below for various examples on how your monthly payments can potentially change.   Consideration of Taxable or Nontaxable Income: Many states view personal injury settlements as […]

Tampa Family Law

The Role of a Parenting Coordinator

A parenting coordinator can be an excellent resource during a family law matter.

Tampa Divorce Lawyer

Minor Child Tax Exemption

Who claims the children on their taxes?