Can Alimony Be Lost After It’s Awarded?

If you were awarded alimony after a divorce, you may wonder if it could ever be revoked or forfeited. Some circumstances may cause you to lose your right to alimony, so it’s important to consider if you may be at risk.  Ask yourself:  What Were the Original Terms of...

What If I Miss My Court Date?

If you are charged with a criminal offense, you will be required to appear in court at a specified date and time. Most criminal offenses that are not traffic tickets will typically require you to make multiple appearances, all of which are mandatory.  If you miss your...

What Types of Cases Can Be Dismissed?

What Types of Cases Can Be Dismissed? If you’ve been charged with a crime, you may be wondering if it’s possible to have your case dismissed. Case dismissals can happen, but only if certain circumstances apply. Here’s what you need to know.  What Types of Cases Can Be Dismissed?  Any criminal case can be...

What Do I Need to File a Protective Order?

What Do I Need to File a Protective Order? A protective order, also known as a restraining order or an order of protection, is a legal document that prevents a violent person in the home from contacting the victim(s). It can also establish other legal terms, like support and damages. Here’s what you need to...

What Is Probation Before Judgment in Florida?

What Is Probation Before Judgment in Florida? After you are arrested for a crime, you may have legal options available to you that can prevent you from being incarcerated or serving time in jail. Here’s what you need to know about probation before and after judgment and how an attorney can help you petition the...