How to Protect You and Your Family From Domestic Violence


How to Protect You and Your Family From Domestic Violence

Posted on March 8th, 2023

The Increasing Rate Of Domestic Violence The Duval County Domestic Violence Intervention Project’s annual report shows another annual increase in domestic violence related homicides — the highest level since 2008.  Alarmingly, the number of domestic violence deaths in Jacksonville increased 25% between 2020 and 2021.   You should immediately consult with a domestic violence lawyer if you are a victim of… READ MORE

How To Prepare Your Family Law Financial Affidavit Worksheet

Posted on February 7th, 2023

Let’s Prepare Your Financial Affidavit Does the law require me to file a financial affidavit? The Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure require every person involved in a dissolution of marriage, paternity, or support unconnected with dissolution of marriage proceeding to file a family law financial affidavit.  The Rules provide two different family law financial affidavits depending upon your annual… READ MORE

What to Do If a Custodial Parent Refuses Visitation

Posted on January 24th, 2019

Your ex could have valid reasons for denying you visitation. But if you are the non-custodial parent, it’s important to know that you have rights too. Below, we discuss what to do if a custodial parent refuses visitation and how you can protect your visitation rights. At  The Law Office of A. Sam Jubran. P.A., we represent people involved in  child… READ MORE

5 Tips for Dealing With Divorce During the Holidays

Posted on December 21st, 2018

Divorce is stressful enough. But during the holidays, it can be even more difficult to cope with. Preparing yourself now will be one of the greatest gifts you can give to yourself and your family. Below, we discuss five tips for dealing with divorce and dreading the holidays. If you are separated or considering divorce, the Law Office of A. Sam Jubran. P.A. can… READ MORE

Dealing With Domestic Violence and Child Custody Issues in Florida

Posted on November 28th, 2018

If you have been the victim of domestic violence, there are different issues to consider when you decide to separate or divorce. This is especially true when it comes to child custody. An experienced family attorney can help you navigate the challenges that arise with domestic violence and child custody. To learn more about how an attorney can help you… READ MORE

Child Custody Holiday Schedule: Protect Your Child Custody Rights Over the Holidays

Posted on October 17th, 2018

During the holiday season, we know that time with your kids is precious. However, this doesn’t mean that you can violate a child custody order. As your family prepares for the holiday season, make sure you understand your rights and responsibilities. Below, The Law Office of A. Sam Jubran, P.A. explains the basics of child custody holiday schedule planning, and… READ MORE

One Grandmother’s Fight to Improve Grandparent Visitation Rights

Posted on August 16th, 2018

You might be surprised to find out that Florida law offers grandparents very limited visitation rights — and most families do not fit into the law’s narrow requirements. One Florida grandmother is fighting back. Learn more about Tina Sessa, and how she’s trying to improve grandparent visitation rights, below. A Tragic Accident Leads to Many Losses In December 2018, 24-year old… READ MORE

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Child Custody Arrangement: Key Lessons From Their Dispute

Posted on July 12th, 2018

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s ongoing dispute about their child custody arrangement has been circulating tabloids for weeks. Since filing for divorce in 2016, Ms. Jolie has had primary custody of their six children. This seems to have changed recently, when the media reported that Mr. Pitt had won a shared custody schedule for the summer. While we don’t know all the facts, there… READ MORE

What to Know About Seeking Child Custody Modification in Florida

Posted on July 11th, 2018

When Florida decides on child custody modifications, the only needs they’re taking into account are those of your children. The courts will be interested in establishing a healthy routine and ensuring they’re in the best possible environment. When both parents are on board with the time-sharing arrangement, things go much smoother. The courts will generally not bother to review a… READ MORE

Separating Families Seeking Asylum: What You Need to Know

Posted on June 27th, 2018

Last week, the Trump administration announced its promise to fix the problem of immigration separating children from their families, even those who were merely seeking asylum to the U.S. Nonetheless, the “zero-tolerance” policy remains otherwise unchanged. In other words, families are still subject to indefinite detention. Border Policies and Their Impact on Families The Trump administration has seemed to backpedal… READ MORE