Practice Areas

Divorce

” The Cardama Law Group, P.A.”, is committed to supporting families, parents, and children who are part of a divorce and all related family law issues. We approach divorce issues carefully while utilizing our knowledge and experience to best serve our divorce and family clients. In many situations, divorce mediation may provide many potential advantages...

Child Support

Child Support is payment by one spouse to the other spouse for the benefit and support of minor children following a divorce, separation, or the break-up of unwed parents. Child support payments typically continue until the child turns 18 years old, or until the age of 21 if the child is a fulltime college student. Child support cannot be discharged in...

Child Custody

In a child custody dispute the court must ordinarily establish a parenting plan that provides forshared parenting that is in a minor child’s best interest. Shared parenting means that both parents are responsible for the major decisions which affect a minor child. In determining what is in the best interest of a minor child, there are no presumptions for or against the...

Timesharing / Parenting Plan

Parenting Plan cases should be handled in a delicate manner and with the utmost discretion due to the tremendous strain which can be placed upon parents and their minor children. In recent years there has been an increased emphasis in parenting proceedings determining what is in the best interest of minor child. This new concept of structuring time-sharing...

Child Adoption

The adoption of a minor child is the legal process by which a parent – child relationship is created between persons not related by blood, or related by blood in a relative child adoption. After a successful and lawful adoption the adopted child becomes entitled to all the privileges of a minor child born to...

Alimony

Alimony, also commonly referred to as Spousal Support, is the money that is sometimes required by the Court to be paid by the spouse with greater financial means, i.e., a larger source of income in relation to the other spouse. Family Law Courts address alimony / spousal support issues on a case by case basis. Contrary to popular...