Eddie Stephens Nominated for a Leadership Excellence Award

Eddie Stephens has been nominated for a Leadership Excellence Award which is given to an individual who is a living example of the vision and mission of Leadership Palm Beach County, and demonstrates the need to connect, collaborate and change. Nominees for the 2018 Leadership Excellence Awards:  Private Sophia Eccleston, External Affairs Manager at FPL … Continue reading

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Support Peggy Adams Rescue League

This Saturday #TeamWardDamon will be walking to raise money and awareness for Peggy Adams Rescue League. DONATE HERE   Video Leadership Palm Beach County Class of 2015 (directed by Eddie Stephens) made about Peggy Adam's "Project Catsnip" initiative: https://youtu.be/zzwug9xfnvY    

Stephens’ Squibs – January 2018

  Alimony: Khetarpal v. Khetarpal, 43 Fla.L.Weekly D129 (Fla. 4th DCA 2018).  Final judgment remanded for clarification when court found former wife needed $5,200 per month in alimony but only award $3,964.62 per month. Brunsman v. Brunsman, 43 Fla.L.Weekly D31 (Fla. 5th DCA 2017).  Trial court erred ordering non-modifiable durational alimony. Reidy v. Reidy, 4 … Continue reading

The “Eddie & Jacquie Stephens South Atlantic Travel Fund” of Delta Sigma Pi Expands

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: In 1945, Delta Sigma Pi established a charitable giving foundation which, when consolidated with other opportunities for giving, evolved into today’s Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation.  For more than 70 years, generous gifts from Deltasigs have supported the mission of the Leadership Foundation, which is to financially support educational and charitable programs … Continue reading

Stephens’ Squibs – December 2017

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHY COLLABORATIVE LAW DOES NOT WORK FOR LITIGATORS! Attorneys’ Fees: Dennis v. Dennis, 42 Fla.L.Weekly D2582 (Fla. 1st DCA 2017).  Order denying fees without explanation remanded to include findings of need and ability to pay. Lisa Marie Macci v. Jaeger, 42 Fla.L.Weekly D2575 (Fla. 4th DCA 2017).  Lawyer’s charging lien could … Continue reading

Family Law Software

For the past six years I have been using Family Law Software for all my litigation support needs.  It is quick and user friendly for child support / tax calculations, projections, form creation and has applications for alimony and equitable distribution. Any time I have had an issue, the developers have helped me figure it out.  After … Continue reading

Stephens’ Squibs 2018 are in! Last chance to get a copy for $30 tax deductible donation!

Just got a delivery of my 2018 Stephens' Squibs book! We will extend our offer to get a free autographed copy sent to you if make a tax deductible donation of at least $30 to the Center for Child Counseling, Inc. by Friday 1/12/18 or you can buy it from Amazon for $40 in a month. To donate … Continue reading

Stephens’ Squibs – November 2017

Alimony: Brady v. Brady, 42 Fla.L.Weekly D2412 (Fla. 5th DCA 2017).  Trial court erred by basing alimony on parties gross income.  Remanded for Trial court to determine parties’ net incomes and after that, make a finding of need and ability to pay. Dowling v. Dowling, 42 Fla.L.Weekly D2376 (Fla. 1st DCA 2017).  Court erred failing … Continue reading

2017 Florida Bar Disciplinary Actions

Summary of all disciplinary actions ranked in order of severity of sanction: Permanently disbarred, effective 30 days from a March 14 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1985) Attorney was previously removed from the bench in the 17th Circuit, for her actions as an attorney prior to being elected a judge. She violated numerous Bar rules, including … Continue reading

2018 Squibs Book available for Preorder for $30 Donation

This year, all proceeds of the Squib Book are being donated to the Center for Child Counseling, Inc. As a holiday special, we will send you an autographed (by author Eddie Stephens, foreword contributor William Foman, Esquire and CEO of Center for Child Counseling Renée E. Layman) for a $30 tax deductible contribution to the CfCC … Continue reading