Invest in Yourself

One of the most important things to remember as you are moving forward with an action for dissolution of marriage is to accurately and fully fill out the Florida Family Law long form financial affidav...

Military Time Sharing

As a member of the U.S. armed services who has been deployed, you should be able to concentrate on defending our country and not be concerned that your former spouse will be able to take legal action ...

Facebook Consequences in Divorce

In our everyday life, Facebook and other social media services can play a very important role in sharing mementos of our daily activities with our friends and family.  Social media also allows people...

Temporary Relief

It is very common for a potential client to tell New Horizons Law, P.A., Michael J. Costantino, Esq. that she would like to file for divorce but that her husband has full control of all the finances; ...

Why Should I Hire an Attorney?

Why should I hire an attorney to assist me with a divorce in Florida?  It should come as no surprise then that Florida Family Law is an area of practice which requires a very significant amount of kn...

Divorce and Forensics

In a contentious divorce, there are really only a few things that spouses can fight over: children, alimony, money, assets and debts.  Often the fight over children is due to the amount of child supp...

Children with Special Needs

While child support ends either when a child turns 18 years of age or when the child reaches the age of 19, provided that your child has not graduated high school by his or her 18th birthday – t...

How Much Will My Divorce Cost?

One of the first questions that a potential client typically asks to New Horizons Law, P.A., Michael J. Costantino, Esq. is “How much will my divorce cost?”  While this may be a very reasonable q...

Contempt Issues

Going through a divorce can be a very difficult and emotionally draining task, so most people expect to get their lives back on track once the court has entered a Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marr...

Custody and Time Sharing

What do the terms custody, visitation, time-sharing and parenting plan mean under Florida divorce and paternity law?  Historically Florida was what is considered a “custody” State where in th...

Child Support Myths….

One of the most common reasons why a current or potential client will contact New Horizons Law, P.A., and Michael J. Costantino, Esq. is about their concerns about the amount of child support that the...

Military Divorce

A military divorce in the State of Florida brings into place a number of different distinct and unique issues as compared to the typical Florida divorce between two civilians.  One of the issues beco...

Mediation

Florida Statute § 44.1011 (2) defines Mediation as “a process whereby a neutral third person called a mediator acts to encourage and facilitate the resolution of a dispute between two or more parti...

The Financial Affidavit – The Key to your Divorce

The Financial Affidavit – The Key to your Divorce By Michael J. Costantino, Esq. Vital information about the Florida Financial Affidavit required in a divorce or paternity action During divorce proc...

Establishment of Child Support in Florida

Establishment of Child Support in Florida By Michael J. Costantino, Esq. Factors in Establishment of Child Support in Florida The establishment of child support in Florida if found in Florida Statute ...