Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Close Menu
Orlando Divorce Lawyer
Free Initial Consultation ~ Hablamos Español 407-412-7041

Monthly Archives: June 2021


How Can I Protect My Assets In A Consumer Bankruptcy Case?

By Anderson & Ferrin |

If you are considering filing for personal bankruptcy in Orlando, you might also be thinking about your options for protecting your assets. Whether you have done your own research into the topic of consumer bankruptcy or have a friend or family member who has filed for bankruptcy recently, you might have gathered information about… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

New Study Addresses Gender-Equality Benefits Of Shared Child Custody

By Anderson & Ferrin |

Shared parenting can have many benefits for children after a divorce. Indeed, lawmakers also recognize the benefits of shared parenting, both for children and parents alike. The Florida Statutes make clear that it is the state’s public policy that “each minor child has frequent and continuing contact with both parents after the parents separate… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Three Reasons Women Are More Likely To End Their Marriage

By Anderson & Ferrin |

It is a common misconception that men are usually the ones to file for divorce first. In fact, according to a recent study based on over 2,000 heterosexual couples, 70 percent of women initiated the divorce process. When a woman has a college education, that number increases to 90 percent. So, why are women… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Avoid These Common Mistakes During Your Divorce

By Anderson & Ferrin |

Going through a divorce is always difficult, but the decisions you make and the steps you take will drastically affect the ultimate settlement you receive. Our skilled family lawyers have seen many common mistakes made during the divorce process. It is important that you understand these common mistakes so you can avoid them and… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • linkedin

© 2019 - 2021 Anderson & Ferrin. All rights reserved.