A Better Florida Service in Lakeland, FL, offers over 20 years of experience in preparing quality court documents for the public. Not only do we have a highly-trained staff, but we have been accredited by the Better Business Bureau since 1997 with an A+ rating.
We understand the court process can be confusing and extremely stressful. Our documents have been tested over and over throughout the years, and you can rest assured that your documents will achieve your intended goals.
We are good listeners and we will strive to make sure that your requests are submitted in a professional manner to whatever court you chose to handle your action.
Adoption has a long and ancient history which stretches way before the birth of Christ. The Romans used it to ensure that the wealthy and aristocracy could have a male heir to keep the dynasty going. It wasn’t until the Middle Ages that the Catholic Church encouraged the adoption of orphaned children.
In the United States, Massachusetts was the first state to establish adoption as a legal procedure around 1850, where they required a judge to determine if the adoptive parents had the consent of the child’s guardian and whether the adoptive parents were fit to raise the child.
The Florida Bar tells us:
“An adoption establishes a legal parent-child relationship between the adoptee and the adoptive parents. This legal relationship is identical to the legal biological parent-child relationship. Florida law authorizes adoptions for all persons, minors and adults.”
Adoption is a big step in anyone’s life, no more so than in the lives of those who have been adopted. A few adopted children include famous people such as Bill Clinton, Jessie Jackson, and Faith Hill. It is not only an action that has legal ramifications, but also emotional ones as well. There is no other thing that you can do, other than adoption, which will affect your future generations so profoundly.
According to the Florida Department of State, State Library and Archives of Florida:
“Adoption records in Florida are sealed. A court order is necessary to obtain copies of the original birth certificate.”
Our company can assist in preparing the paperwork for Step-Parent Adoptions, Grandparent Adoptions, and Adult Adoptions.
We produce the documents that the Federal Court requires for your Chapter 7 filing. From the very beginning of the process we will sit down with you and do a financial evaluation, so that you will obtain an understanding of your current situation, and then you can be better able to make an informed decision on whether to file bankruptcy. This will also aid you in navigating the court requirements for bankruptcy counseling, saving you valuable time and money.
We not only come to you with many years of experience in bankruptcy processing, but we also have an understanding of household finances. By combining these two areas we can help you to streamline your process, as well eliminate a lot of the stress that comes with this kind of action.
As a debt relief agency, we have helped many people get relief from their debts through Title 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
According to Wikipedia, in 2008, 46% of all marriages involved one or both spouses to be remarrying. It also tells us that divorce is common throughout almost all cultures in the world with the exception of Malta and the Philippines. That doesn’t change the fact that divorce is an emotionally charged action that affects not only the petitioner but all close relatives and friends profoundly. It forces a dramatic lifestyle change that can resonate for years to come and should not be taken lightly.
Florida is one of 49 states that is a no fault state when it comes to divorce grounds, meaning that it does not require a specific cause to grant divorce. There are still many things to contest such as the division of marital property, tangible and intangible, as well custody and visitation rights of the children.
Our service can create divorce documents for any circumstance you may have and we have been doing them for over 20 years.