Monday, August 11, 2014

Florida Divorce and Family Law Attorneys LOOMIS and LOOMIS, P.A. Boca Raton 33431

Prenuptual & Postnuptual Agreements

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements can be extremely valuable to have in place should your marriage come to an end. These agreements allow both parties to clearly define the property they owned prior to the marriage and may also be used to outline terms for alimony and other considerations in the event of a divorce.

It is very important that prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are drafted and executed properly. Poorly prepared agreements are susceptible to costly court challenges. At The Law Office of Loomis & Loomis, P.A. we have extensive experience helping clients with a variety of these agreements.

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are very detailed documents that require complete disclosure of both parties' assets, liabilities and income. Our attorneys work diligently to fully cover every aspect of the agreement to ensure that it is enforceable. From the beginning of the process, we do everything we can to ensure that your interests are protected.

We also handle litigation involving prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. We work with many clients who are seeking to enforce or challenge an agreement and we have substantial experience on both sides of these issues. We are highly skilled at interpreting the terms of the agreements and making a strong argument that supports our client's position. Contact our office to discuss your questions with a lawyer. We will give you an honest assessment of the legal issues involved in your case and let you know what we can do to help. For a free consultation, call (561) 393-1433.
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Fathers' Rights & Paternity Issues

At The Law Office of Loomis & Loomis, P.A. our lawyers are often asked to help unmarried mothers and fathers with problems concerning child support, child custody, or visitation. If you need advice and representation about your right of access to your own child, or counsel about a paternity dispute or support obligation, contact us. Our attorneys can represent either parent in a case to determine the paternity of a child. In most cases, there is no real question as to the father's identity, but in some cases formal establishment of paternity may be necessary to determine how much child support the father must pay. If the alleged father denies paternity, we can help you protect your rights through DNA testing and other relevant evidence. When paternity is not contested, the amount of child support might well be subject to legitimate dispute. The same child support guidelines applied in Florida divorce cases are used to set the amount of payments in paternity cases.


If you already hold primary legal custody of your children and are considering a geographic relocation, new changes in the law may impose certain notification requirements on you before you can complete your move. A child custody attorney from our firm can help you to determine if you must meet these new requirements. We can help you navigate through the process and start your new life off on the right foot. To discuss any family law related matter contact The Law Office of Loomis & Loomis, P.A. in Boca Raton FL TODAY. For a free consultation, call (561) 393-1433.
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Loomis and Loomis, P.A. Florida CHILD CUSTODY LAWYERS Boca Raton 33431

At one time, mothers had an advantage in child custody decisions and fathers only rarely prevailed. This is no longer the case. And in addition to the fact that both parents now stand on an equal footing in these issues, courts in Florida and across the nation have begun to recognize the custody and visitation rights of other family members, including grandparents, aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters, cousins, and paternal fathers. In general, courts will make custody decisions based on the “Best Interest of the Child” standards. Factors that are considered before reaching these decisions include which parent is most likely to allow open and frequent access to the children by the non-custodial parent and other important family members; which parent is the better nurturer; the children's relationships with the respective parents; each parent's work hours; and the relative stability that each household could provide.

At The Law Office of Loomis & Loomis, P.A. we represent clients on all sides of these issues. Our firm provides high quality legal services and litigation in all Child Custody matters. We understand the sensitive, emotionally charged nature of these issues and we work to help you through this process by being accessible and responsive to your needs and by actively communicating and keeping you informed as the case progresses. Our legal approach is aggressive and designed to protect both your rights and the future that you will share with your children. To discuss a child custody-related concern that you have and to learn more about our practice, contact The Law Office of Loomis & Loomis, P.A. on Boca Raton FL TODAY.  For a free consultation, call (561) 393-1433.
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Loomis and Loomis, P.A. Florida Child Support Lawyers Boca Raton 33431

Divorce settlements, in addition to resolving difficult issues such as the division of property and child custody, we also must consider financial support to the custodial parent or former spouse. In most cases, child support will be ordered by the court pursuant to Florida Statutes. Spousal support, on the other hand, may or may not be required at all and there is much more discretion in that type of award.
At Loomis & Loomis, P.A. we provide experienced, effective legal representation and guidance in child support related concerns. In each of these matters, we take a hands-on, aggressive legal approach with one primary goal in mind: Securing a sound financial future for you and your family…

In general, modifications to alimony or child support can only be obtained if special circumstances or life-changes have occurred. An experienced alimony and child support modification attorney from our firm can explain these special circumstances and when possible, help you to obtain the changes that you are seeking.

To learn more about what we can accomplish for you or to discuss a specific need that you have with an experienced family law attorney, contact The Law Office of Loomis & Loomis, P.A. in Boca Raton Florida TODAY. For a free consultation, call (561) 393-1433. Visit us at

Florida Divorce and Family Law Attorneys Boca Raton 33431

     A Caring Yet Aggressive Family Law Firm
If you are facing divorce, never underestimate the importance of having an attorney who cares. One who understands what you are going through, who will be there to listen when you need to be heard, who will be honest with you about your case, and who will fight tenaciously to help you achieve the best possible results. We will work closely with you to lead you through the process and to show you what you can expect when facing a DIVORCE.

Nearly half of all U.S. marriages end in divorce. At Loomis & Loomis, P.A. we will work closely with you so that you can develop a sense of what to expect during and following a divorce. We help you define your immediate concerns and objectives, and help you articulate your vision of what a successful long-range outcome might be for yourself, your children, and your extended family. At all times, we make sure that your goals are based on a realistic understanding of your rights and responsibilities under Florida law. Similarly, many of our clients find that their immediate concerns have relatively simple legal solutions. While most issues that come up in a Florida divorce can be worked out by agreement of the parties, our experience with divorce litigation means that your interests can be protected and advanced in court whenever necessary, when the facts and the law can reasonably be argued in support of your position.

Unlike other equitable distribution states, Florida requires family law judges to take an equal division of marital assets as the starting point for a fair division of property between divorcing spouses. It's important to bear in mind that the statute allows the judge to move quite a distance from equal division based on a long list of factors that relate to the spouses' incomes, separate property, lifestyle during the marriage, and financial behavior before and after the divorce case is filed. For sound advice and resourceful representation on property division issues in your divorce case, contact The Law Office of Loomis & Loomis, P.A. in Boca Raton FL. Kerry and Isabell Loomis can help you receive your fair share of the marital property. Our experience and attention to detail can give you a distinct advantage.

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The Law Office of Loomis and Loomis, P.A. DIVORCE LAWYERS Boca Raton 33431

The Law Office of Loomis & Loomis, P.A. handle all family law matters, including divorce, paternity, child support, timesharing, pre-nuptial agreement, and dependency. The partners of Loomis and Loomis are Kerry and Isabell Loomis. Kerry and Isabell are a husband and wife team and have been working in family law since the time they met while working for the San Diego District Attorney’s Office, Bureau of Child Support. Kerry and Isabell have dedicated their careers to helping clients in all aspects of family law.

Kerry began his career in California working in family law firms. He moved to Florida with Isabell in 2001 and worked as a Senior Assistant Attorney General in Broward County. Kerry represented the Department of Revenue in child support matters as well as the Department of Children and Families in child abuse cases before entering into private practice. Kerry Loomis obtained his B.A. degree from The University of Miami and his Law Degree from California Western University.

Isabell has been working in family law for more than a decade. She began her career in California, working in family law firms, and then for the Government. Isabell moved to Florida in 2001 and continued her career as an Assistant Director of Support Enforcement for Broward County before entering into private practice.
Isabell Loomis graduated from Long Beach State University and obtained her Law Degree from California Western University.

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