Parental Planning Lawyer in Miami Florida
Abogado Guerrero focuses on family law amongst other practices. Our practice of family law includes issues involving family relationships, like child custody, adoption, or divorce. When it comes to parental planning Abogado Guerrero specializes in adoption, paternity, and emancipation. We have locations in different states:
-Clinton, North Carolina
-Cary, North Carolina
These different states have different legislation when it comes to family law. This means each state has different requirements such as age and legal capacity, as well as the rules and procedures for divorce. Abogado Guerrero focuses on different practices that involve Family Law. These services include:
How can Abogado Guerrero Help You?
We understand that dealing with divorce, child custody, child support, and other family cases can be stressful and difficult to bear. This is why we want to make sure that you have the best experience possible.
Even though some states don’t require individuals to hire an attorney, we recommend you have somebody by your side that understands the law. Our experience and understanding of the law qualify us to work with your case and get the best results possible. One of the most confusing things about the law is filling out paperwork. However, we want to give our clients peace of mind that you are filling out the correct documents. As a small law firm, we can provide you with personal attention, compassion, skill, and dedication.
The difference amongst our services:
In a divorce case, both spouses need to have a lawyer to represent them. This means each spouse has to pay for their own attorney’s fees. Some states have a no-fault divorce statute, which means a spouse can get a divorce even if the other one doesn’t want a divorce.
Again, depending on the state you live in, there are certain requirements that parents need to meet such as taking mandatory parenting classes. Parents can also gain joint, sole, or shared custody depending on the situation. In joint custody, the child/children live with one parent and the other parent is allowed to have visitations. Sole custody gives one parent full custody and decision-making in the child’s life. Lastly, shared custody means that the child can reside in both of the parent’s homes and that both parents make decisions in the child’s life.
The best way for you to prepare for any future issues or plans is to begin an estate plan. This type of planning allows you to make sure you have a plan that accounts for taxation is an important part of protecting and furthering your legacy. Call Abogado Guerrero if you need aid in your parental planning case in Miami Florida 786-626-9546.