Beverly L. Brennan, P.A. Attorney & Counsellor At law Naples Florida

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Helping families and individuals since 1986
Helping families and individuals since 1986

June 2017 Archives

What are some benefits of prenups?

If you are planning on marrying your partner, you may want to consider a prenuptial agreement. When you and your future spouse are discussing your marital property, you could have to take a number of things into consideration, from real estate to financial accounts. In Naples, Florida, some couples are not even sure if a prenuptial agreement, also referred to as premarital agreements, are even appropriate. As a result, it may be helpful to look over some of the benefits of prenups.

Can grandparents pursue visitation rights?

From spousal support to property division, there are a wide variety of family law issues that arise. Sometimes, these matters are especially emotional, especially when they involve children. In Naples, and all over the whole state of Florida, some people wish to spend time with a child but are not sure if they will be able to have visitation rights. Often, parents find themselves in this position, but some grandparents may wish to petition for visitation rights as well.

What are the benefits of establishing paternity?

For couples who have children and decide to split up, various issues can arise, such as child support and strong emotions. For those who are not married, these matters can seem even more complex. However, all family members may find benefits in establishing paternity, which identifies a child's legal father. In Naples, and across all Florida cities, paternity establishment can have various benefits for fathers, mothers and children as well.

Divorce and post-traumatic stress disorder

From allegations of infidelity to domestic violence, there are all sorts of reasons why a couple may decide to terminate their marriage. At the Law Offices of Beverly L. Brennan, we are aware of some of the other issues that can cause a couple to split up, such as post-traumatic stress disorder. If you have PTSD, or if you are married to someone with PTSD and anticipate that you will be splitting up, it is vital to carefully approach the divorce process.

Are you worried you could lose your kids?

The pit-of-the-stomach worry that comes with the fear of losing your children in a child custody case is not an easy one to endure. However, many Florida parents -- either those who are going through a divorce or those who have never married -- have concerns about their future ability to care for and live with their children.

Protecting business assets during a divorce

Divorce is rarely easy or convenient for any couple, but certain factors can create additional confusion and complication such as whether or not a couple has children or own a business together. For couples who have undertaken business endeavors together in Florida, separating assets will undoubtedly need to be done carefully.