Daytona Beach Florida Legal Blog

The Law Offices of Cobb Cole Are Pleased To Announce Rick Karl’s Return

Cobb Cole is happy to welcome Rick Karl back to the firm after a long career in the public and private sectors. Rick Karl, who previously worked for Cobb Cole in the 1980s, has rejoined the business. Mr. Karl brings over 40 years of legal and commercial management expertise to the table. “Rick will assist […]

Addressing Hidden Assets During a Divorce

Divorce is difficult and one of the most financially stressful times in a person’s life. Unfortunately, having to divide your assets down the middle with your soon-to-be ex-spouse can make the situation even worse. In some cases, this may lead people to hide their assets to prevent the courts from dividing what they believe is […]

3 Common Questions and Answers About Commercial Real Estate Contracts

Commercial real estate can be pretty complex whether you’re taking the next step in your business or investing in a new property to create passive income. However, with the right advice, there are many roadblocks and unnecessary headaches that can be avoided. One of the most significant aspects of investing in commercial real estate is having a […]

10 Do’s and Don’ts of a Child Custody Battle

Child custody battles can be one of the most stressful situations that a parent and their family can go through. The first step you should take in dealing with your child custody battle is hiring trustworthy legal counsel. Choosing the right lawyer for your family’s case can make or break the outcome. The next step […]

Does Cheating During Marriage Affect Your Divorce?

Cheating during marriage has become a frequent issue among married couples. This act is the ultimate form of betrayal because it goes against the sacred vows that each spouse agreed upon during their union. The unfortunate truth is that many couples do not get beyond cheating during marriage. Even if they stay together, their relationship […]

Fighting for Fido: Who Gets the Dog After a Divorce?

In the U.S., pets are considered property in a divorce proceeding. This includes dogs and cats, horses, reptiles, birds, and any other type of pet you can imagine. When couples go through a divorce, they tend to have disagreements regarding custody of children and distribution of assets. But once the discussion turns to splitting up a […]

My Ex-Spouse Will Not Follow Court Orders, Now What?

You’ve just been through a long and stressful divorce, and now your ex-spouse will not follow court orders. Although most parties can typically agree on alimony, child custody, and much more, it may be complicated for everyone to follow agreed-up orders. This can cause frustration, anger, and added stress that nobody should experience after a divorce.  […]