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Sophisticated Legal Representation in Complex Family Law Matters
There are milestones in life when you need a trusted legal adviser to guide you. At the law firm of Matthew Lane & Associates, P.A., we devote our time and resources to divorce and family law matters. Our broad experience from decades of practicing law will help you protect your rights as a parent and a spouse.
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Full-Service Family Law Firm
If you are facing the possibility of a divorce or a family law issue, you need sound and intelligent advice from an experienced family law attorney. We care about our clients, take the time to listen, and provide creative and cost-effective solutions to difficult family law problems. We have extensive experience, and the financial acumen required to strategically negotiate and litigate complex financial matters.
Family Law Attorney Serving Palm Beach County
With offices in Palm Beach Gardens, Wellington and Boca Raton, we are dedicated to professional excellence in resolving complex property division, child custody and family law disputes. You can speak with an attorney at Matthew Lane & Associates, P.A., by calling our office at (561) 328-1111, or by contacting us online. We are willing to provide you with an initial consultation within 24 hours of the time that you call.
We look forward to representing you.
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Psychological evaluations in child custody cases in Florida are permitted when: (i) a parent’s mental condition is directly involved in the determination of an issue that is presently before the Court, and (ii) a parent’s mental condition makes him or her unable to meet the children’s needs or substantially affects his or her ability to raise the parties’ children.
Under certain circumstances, Florida courts will award an unequal division of property and assets based upon the following factors: (i) each spouse’s contribution to the marriage, (ii) the length of the marriage, (iii) whether there was an interruption of either party’s career or educational opportunities, and (iv) a number of other factors.
Income will be imputed to an unemployed or an underemployed spouse in an alimony case in Florida when the spouse has the ability to earn more money than he or she is currently earning and is deliberately refusing to be employed at his or her higher earning capacity.