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Scott M. Sandler Attorney At Law

The legal dissolution of a marriage is called a divorce. Once a divorce decree is issued, the court with jurisdiction over the parties will also address issues related to property distribution, alimony, child support, child custody, and child visitation. Tax issues such as who will be responsible for tax payments for real estate and who will be entitled to take tax deductions for property taxes and mortgage interest should also be addressed. Most jurisdictions will require that the spouses attempt to resolve many or all of these matters through mediation and present the court with recommendations as to how disputed issues should be resolved. This helps courts to handle already busy dockets and reduces the amount that the parties will spend on legal expenses.

Child custody refers to a court's decision to award a parent or guardian physical custody of a child as well as responsibility for making all decisions related to a child's upbringing. This determination is often made as part of a divorce proceeding. The decision of the court is primarily based upon what it determines are the best interests of the child.

The parent who is vested with the physical custody of the child is called the custodial parent, and the parent who has a visitation schedule is the non-custodial parent. Although both parents are still required to contribute financial support to the child, only the non-custodial parent will be required to formally pay child support to the custodial parent. In some cases, usually where the parents agree, the parents are granted joint custody irrespective of their divorce.

The Law Office of Scott M. Sandler handles cases related to a wide variety of legal matters that involve injuries sustained by you or a loved one, including accidental injuries, wrongful death, airplane crash litigation, dog bites, medical malpractice, premises liability, and automotive products liability. We also specialize in cases related to legal disputes involving insurance bad faith, divorce, and child custody as well as providing general services with respect to entertainment law, and sports law.

Scott M. Sandler is a skilled attorney who can handle complex cases with ease. Mr. Sandler has more than twenty years of experience in legal practice, but more importantly, Mr. Sandler takes a personal interest in every case he handles. He ensures complete confidentiality and the full satisfaction of all of his clients.

Law Office of Scott M. Sandler
2701 South Bayshore Drive, Suite 402
Miami, Florida 33133

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