Sometimes parents do not live close to each other or one parent, such as a active-duty members of the armed forces, must travel for an extended period of time. Florida law permits parents to establish electronic communication procedures such as video-conferencing, web-conferencing, and wireless technologies to supplement face-to-face contact with their children to help maintain relationships despite the distance. Click on the link to read the law. The attorneys at Sessums Black, PA take pride in providing top quality representation to clients who have unique parenting plan needs.
On July 23, 2012, Law enforcement and public safety agencies announced security restrictions and a transportation plan for the 2012 Republican National Convention. The plan provides for road closures, vehicle and pedestrian restricted zones and public transportation during the convention. Click on the link below to read the announcement. Sessums Black, PA will continue to watch for additional announcements relating to the Republican National Convention.
Life changing events such as having a child, adopting a child, marriage, or divorce, may have an impact on military benefits such as health insurance, life insurance, or retirement pay for the military member or his/her dependents. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management provides a website to discuss life events and their potential impact on military benefits. Click on the link below to visit the website. Sessums Black, P.A. prides itself on providing superior legal representation to clients facing family law issues pertaining to service in the armed forces.
The Thirteenth Judicial Circuit has implemented a plan to ensure critical court functions continue in operation during the Republican National Convention (August 22, 2012 through September 3, 2012). Please click on the link below to see a PDF of the announcement listing proceedings, locations, contact information, and scheduled hearing times. Sessums Black, PA will continue to watch for additional announcements relating to the Republican National Convention.
On July 20, 2012, Attorney Jennifer Ficarrotta completed one year of exceptional service at Sessums Black, PA. Congratulations Jennifer!
Co-parenting a child is challenging when the child’s parents live separately, even more so when one parent is in the military and has been activated, deployed, or temporarily assigned to military service and his/her orders materially affect his/her ability to comply with the established timesharing schedule. Florida Statute Section 61.13002 was enacted to address such situations including, in some cases, permitting the military parent to designate a person or persons to exercise timesharing with the child on the parent’s behalf. The attorneys of Sessums Black, PA are experienced in assisting clients who face family law issues relating to military service.