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Happy Thanksgiving from Yahima Suarez, A Law Firm, PL

Thanksgiving Day is not just a day off, but a day where the family stops the busy year to make sure the family comes together at the excuse of a meal. It is a stop on a hurried life to share every blessing and…

Divorce FAQ. 3: Can I legally separate from my spouse without going through a divorce?

A. 3: Not in Florida. In order to be “legally” separated, the couple must file and get a divorce decree from a court of proper jurisdiction. Yahima Suarez, Esq. Yahima Suarez,  A Law Firm, PL info@yslawyers.com 305-456-7158 Any information herein contained is only for…

Divorce FAQ. 2: I was married to my spouse in our home country, can I file for divorce in Florida?

A 2: If the husband and or wife have lived in the State of Florida for more than 6 months with the intention of being residents of the State, then a divorce can be filed in Florida regardless of where the marriage took place….

Divorce FAQ.1: I was married in my country of origin, am I considered married in the United States?

Divorce A 1: Yes! A marriage that took place in another county is valid in the United States. Marrying a second time in the United States without getting a divorce first may be considered bigamy and a crime. Yahima Suarez, Esq. Yahima Suarez,  A…

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Q4. Who pays for health insurance and child care costs?

A: Health insurance and child care costs are to be shared by both parents in accordance with each parent percentage share under the child support guidelines unless the parents agree otherwise. Yahima Suarez, Esq. Yahima Suarez,  A Law Firm, PL info@yslawyers.com 305-456-7158 Any information…

Decision to retain priority date on aged-out children for visa petitions

“Yesterday,the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of young adults who, due to long delays caused by visa backlogs, lost the opportunity to obtain their green cards before they turned 21. The court held that Congress specifically remedied this problem in the…