Cheryl Bowman was born in Connecticut and moved to Florida in the 1990s. She has worked as a paralegal since 2003. While her work encompasses most areas of civil law and some criminal law, she prefers family law. She was involved in drafting the initial brief for an appeal that eventually went to the Supreme Court and changed how Hillsborough County treats passive income.
Bowman and her husband live outside of Tampa, Florida with Rambo, their German Shepherd Dog and Chynah, her Umbrella Cockatoo.
Florida Family Law Basics: Discovery gives examples of how to complete discovery, including interrogatories, requests for admissions, request for production, answers why you must supply "mandatory disclosure," and the family law financial affidavit.
Florida Family Law Basics is for someone going through a divorce or contemplating going through a divorce. It explains the divorce process from start to finish, and gives an example of a child support guidelines worksheet. The book is 8,520 words. It also explains how Florida courts look at alimony and gives you the list of documents required for mandatory disclosure.