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Divorce can be a complicated legal process. This is true no matter the circumstances, but it’s especially challenging when there are high-value assets, concerns about children, or financial issues. Knowing what to do and not to do during a divorce can make things a little bit easier, at least when it comes to the practical […]

Divorce can be a complicated process. The emotional stress, financial challenges, and the sheer uncertainty of the future can make it feel like an uphill battle. This is true even in divorces with the best possible circumstances. But what if you’re ready for a divorce, but your spouse refuses? What options do you have? Here’s […]

Divorce is a challenging phase of life. It leaves people feeling drained and vulnerable. Financial issues are one of the most draining aspects of divorce. One common question divorcing couples have is how the division of assets in divorce affects inheritance. Is the money you’ve inherited for a loved one at risk? Inheritances can be […]

In most divorces, children are the most hotly contested issue. This is why it is essential to understand parental responsibility and to work with an experienced attorney who can help you navigate the court system when it comes to custody and responsibility issues. In Florida, parental responsibility refers to a parent’s decision-making responsibility regarding their […]

5 Questions About Divorce in Florida Divorce can be one of the most painful experiences in life. It can also be one of the most confusing. If you’re planning on getting a divorce in Florida, there are several important things that you need to know. What are some of the most common questions asked about […]

What Happens at Divorce Mediation? Divorcing couples must make important decisions about their children, assets, and debts. Although the court must occasionally get involved, many couples come to decisions without court intervention. In some cases, they do so through mediation. Although mediation works for some couples, it’s not right for everyone. What happens at divorce mediation and […]

What If My Spouse Doesn’t Want a Divorce? Divorce is a difficult decision. The process can be challenging even when both parties agree that it’s time to move on. But what happens when you are ready for a divorce, and your spouse is not? The situation can leave you feeling frustrated and helpless. It’s essential […]

Divorce is one of the most stressful experiences that a person can face. Not only is it emotionally taxing, but the legal process can be lengthy and expensive. While there are some situations in which divorcing couples might need to go to court, many couples can avoid court battles by pursuing an uncontested divorce. An […]

Divorce is a big step requiring a lot of emotional, legal, and financial preparation no matter the circumstances. It becomes even more complicated when you haven’t seen or heard from your spouse in years. Whether they moved to another country, abandoned you without any notice, or disappeared without any explanation, this situation can make your […]

Florida’s New Alimony Law Florida recently announced changes to its alimony laws. Families affected by alimony must understand these changes and determine whether any of the changes affect them. ‘Permanent’ alimony no longer exists in Florida. Understanding the state’s new law on divorce payments What should you know about the changes? What is Alimony? Alimony […]

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