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Divorce is among the most challenging experiences. Your long-term financial stability and other critical decisions will be made at the same time you are coping with the emotional fallout of a failed marriage.
There are a number of attorneys in South Florida, but only a handful are board certified in marital and family law by the Supreme Court of Florida and the Florida Bar. Ronald H. Kauffman is one of them.
Paternity actions are filed in order to legally establish a child’s biological father, typically for the purposes of protecting one’s parental rights or to allow the mother to acquire child support from the father.
Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements
Prenuptial agreements are important for couples planning to marry. Many people believe prenuptial agreements are only for the rich and famous. However, prenuptial agreements help all couples.
When one parent wants to move more than 50 miles from their current address with a minor child, they will need either the consent of the other parent, or a court order granting a relocation petition.
The amount of the monthly payment is determined by a formula that is spelled out in the Florida Child Support Guidelines. A number of factors are considered in setting the amount of child support that will be paid.
Miami Divorce Lawyer And Family Law Attorney
Board Certified Expert in Marital and Family Law
Fewer than 10% of family law attorneys have earned this distinguishing mark of knowledge and experience.
We Negotiate from a Position of Strength
Our effective resolutions are rooted in meticulous preparation and a proven ability to litigate.
Helping Clients Reach Long-Term Solutions
The firm has a track record of resolving all aspects of divorce, often without the need to litigate.
Because your relationship with a family law attorney can be a long-term affair, it is important to find a lawyer who you feel comfortable working with, and one who has a strong record of success with the types of legal issues that may surface years after your divorce is final. These include:
- Parental relocation
- Modifications to existing agreements
- Interstate and international jurisdictional issues
- Enforcement of orders
- Parental alienation
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Meet Your Lawyer
Ronald H. Kauffman is a board certified expert in marital and family law by the Florida Bar, was admitted to the State Bar of Florida and the State Bar of California, is a Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the International Academy of Family Lawyers.
Ron currently serves on the Executive Council of the Florida Bar Family Law Section, is Chair of the Florida Bar 11th Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee N, and is a member of both the California and Florida Bars. Ron is the immediate past President, and a member of the Board of Directors of, the First Family Law American Inns of Court. He is a frequent lecturer and writer on international and interstate custody and support issues. Ron is listed as a Super Lawyer and has been admitted to practice before state courts in California and Florida, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th and 11th Circuits, and before U.S. District Courts in Florida and California
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