S&S Practice Tip: Recent changes to Rule 12.490 and 12.491

Attorney Caryn A. Stevens breaks down the recent changes to Rule 12.490 and 12.491. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSSrFCGvT8I In Re: Amendments to Fla. Fam. Law of Procedure 12.490 and 12.491 and Forms 12.920(a – e), 47 Fla.L.Weekly S94 (Fla. 2022). Amends rules and forms in accordance with recent rule changes. Now referred to as a Motion to Vacate... Continue Reading →


Orginally published in the Family Law Section's Spring 2022 Commentator by Temi Zeitenberg, Esquire             “My Ex put me on child support”. How many times have we heard this phrase from potential clients? Or you are in court and a litigant complains to the Judge that they were put on child support? But what does... Continue Reading →

Family Law Case Updates – April 2022

Agreements: Parbeen v. Bari, 47 Fla.L.Weekly D641 (Fla. 4th DCA 2022). Trial court erred determining wife who signed a “Mahr,” an Islamic religious document, that could have secular provisions was only entitled to “15,00,000 (Fifteen Lac) Taka only.” In the instant case, the Mahr did not unambiguously express a desire to waive equitable distribution or... Continue Reading →

Marital & Family Law Attorneys Stephens & Stevens Award Scholarship at LeadershipPBC GROW Graduation

Originally published here. Eddie Stephens and Caryn A. Stevens of Stephens & Stevens, PLLC awarded a $1,000 academic scholarship to Shefali Vansadia at the Leadership Palm Beach County GROW Graduation Ceremony on April 28, 2022. Caryn A. Stevens, Shefali Vansadia and Eddie Stephens. Vansadia, currently a junior at Suncoast Community High School, is one of... Continue Reading →

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