Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Tampa Estate Planning Lawyer
Schedule an appointment
813-265-1185

Tag Archives: divorce

Four-Tips-for-Managing-Back-to-School-Schedules-After-a-Divorce

Four Tips for Managing Back to School Schedules After a Divorce

By Paul E. Riffel |

Back to school time can be stressful for any household, but there can be added layers of complexities navigating back to school schedule management, among other things, when you and your co-parent are divorced. Have you been struggling to figure out how you are going to successfully co-parent through this? To help, let us… Read More »

Four-Tips-To-Help-Your-Children-Cope-With-Divorce

Four Tips To Help Your Children Cope With Divorce

By Paul E. Riffel |

Divorce may never be easy. Are you going through a divorce and do you have children? If so, you may be wondering how you can help ensure that your children cope with the divorce in the best way possible. While you may not be able to control the feelings or reactions of your children,… Read More »

6-Tips-Every-Parent-Struggling-with-Divorce-Should-Address-Early

6 Tips Every Parent Struggling with Divorce Should Address Early

By Paul E. Riffel |

Divorce, even when amicable, is difficult for everyone. It can be especially difficult for children. Have you worried about the impact your divorce may have on your kids? Let us discuss 6 tips you can start using today to help your child process your divorce.  1. Help kids manage their feelings. It can be… Read More »

3-Ways-to-Recognize-It-May-Be-Time-to-Divorce

3 Ways to Recognize It May Be Time to Divorce

By Paul E. Riffel |

Marriages do not necessarily break, they often erode over time. There are numerous sources of erosion, and sometimes the erosion can be so slow that one partner has not realized that divorce may be imminent. Let us take some time to review three signs that it may be time to divorce. 1. No Conflict… Read More »

5-Post-Holiday-Mistakes-Divorced-Parents-Can-Make

5 Post-Holiday Mistakes Divorced Parents Can Make

By Paul E. Riffel |

Are you and your child’s other parent divorced? If so, the holidays might have been a tough time. Having to spend time away from your child during this season may not ever be easy and can often leads to arguments. Still, it may be best to avoid making these 5 post-holiday mistakes for divorced… Read More »

Uncovered Medical Expenses

By Paul E. Riffel |

When insurance doesn’t cover a child’s medical expenses, parents must foot the bill. And depending on the parents’ medical insurance coverage, these expenses can either be simple co-pays or large hospital bills.  This issue must be dealt with in all divorces.  The district courts of appeal are very clear on this matter: The uncovered… Read More »

What’s in a name?

By Paul E. Riffel |

Remember “visitation?” And references to “primary” and “secondary” custodial parents?  Well, those words are no longer being used in the family law world.  Recently, the Florida Legislature changed the nomenclature of visitation in Florida Chapter 61 to “time-sharing.”  The parties involved are now called “mother” and “father.”  There is no longer a “primary residential parent.”  This may seem inconsequential… Read More »

Under water homes

By Paul E. Riffel |

The burst in the housing market has complicated divorces. Many homes are now considered “underwater.” That means the homeowners owe more on the home than they can sell it for. Because of this, the home is considered a liability, not an asset, and it must be treated that way in court. And no matter… Read More »

Tampa Estate Planning Attorney

Paul Riffel Law is located in Tampa FL and serves clients in and around Brandon, Tampa, Valrico, Odessa, Thonotosassa, Gibsonton, Sydney, Dover, Land O Lakes, Oldsmar, Apollo Beach, Lithia, Safety Harbor, Trilby, Plant City, Durant, Holiday, Hillsborough County and Pasco County.

Firm Location

1319 W Fletcher Ave
Tampa, FL 33612

Connect With US

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.

No content on this site may be reused in any fashion without written permission from www.PaulRiffel.com
Managed by MileMark Media

© 2015 - 2021 Paul E. Riffel, Attorney at Law. All rights reserved..
This law firm website & legal marketing is managed by MileMark Media.

Contact Form Tab