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How to Protect Your Child During a Custody Dispute
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Going through a divorce is difficult on everyone. But at least adults understand what’s going on. It may take time, but we can bounce back. Children, on the other hand, are especially vulnerable during this time.
 
Your child’s entire world is being altered. And even though they may not voice their fears or concerns, they may be confused, scared, and unsure of what’s going to happen to them. That’s… Read More [+]


4 Divorce Warning Signs Many People Miss
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Category: Divorce | Family Law

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Making the decision to end a marriage is a difficult one. You can’t help but think, “What if I make the wrong choice?” And you’re probably wondering if there’s anything else you can do that would save your marriage.
 
While you might be able to put forth some kind of effort to keep your marriage afloat for a little longer, that doesn’t mean it’s the best choice to… Read More [+]


Florida Legislature Approves New Alimony Bill
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Category: Alimony | Divorce

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Alimony in Florida could be getting some big changes.
 
After passing in both the House and Senate, Senate Bill 668 is now moving on to Governor Rick Scott. And if he signs the bill into law, alimony might look a lot different for divorcing couples.
 
How so? The bill will eliminate lifetime alimony payments and a lot of the discretion that courts wield when negotiating alimony settlements. Alimony… Read More [+]


A Step-By-Step Guide to the Divorce Process
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The unknown is scary. And if you’ve never gone through a divorce, the entire process can be downright terrifying.
 
But if you had a better idea of what was going to happen along the way, you might be able to quell your fears and go into your divorce with less stress and anxiety.
 
So if you’re contemplating getting a divorce, here is a step-by-step guide of what… Read More [+]


Divorce: Marital vs. Non-Marital Property
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If you’re getting a divorce, there are numerous things you need to consider about your children, finances, and property. And when it comes to property, there’s a big difference between marital property and non-marital property.
 
Generally, Florida courts will divide the marital property between spouses, while the non-marital property will remain with the spouse who owns it. Since Florida is an equitable distribution state, the court will start with… Read More [+]