At Rooney & Rooney Law, one of our practice areas is Personal Injury law. As you can imagine, there are times when we are presented with situations that are truly tragic. Sometimes those situations could have turned out better if drivers had exercised more caution, sometimes not. One thing that can help prevent certain tragedies […]
Here is a collection of articles dealing with the area of Family Law regarding guardianship of minor children.
Five things to think about when considering a divorce Why did you get married in the first place? Did you get married out of love, money, or convenience? There are unlimited reasons as to why couples get married, but if you have ever felt that you “settled” for the person you married, try to […]
Unfortunately, what many fathers fail to realize in Florida is that if they have had a child out of wedlock, they have no rights to see that child without obtaining a court order, however, they are obligated to pay child support even if they do not have any time-sharing with the child. This usually results […]
Are guardianship and power of attorney the same thing? No. A Power of Attorney gives only specific and limited authorities to a person, and is easily revoked by the person over whom you have Power of Attorney. A Guardianship gives more stable authorities which only the court can revoke. Is there only one option […]