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Divorce is never easy, no matter the circumstances. Add in the issue of spousal abandonment and things get even messier. Abandonment leaves the abandoned spouse feeling hurt, confused, and unsure of what to do next. It can also have a significant impact on any divorce proceedings that follow. What is spousal abandonment and does it affect […]

Florida’s Co-Parenting Class Divorce is always difficult, but it’s especially challenging when it involves children. The decisions made during this time can have a significant impact on the future of the entire family. Once parents have decided to end their marriage, it’s important to focus on co-parenting effectively for the sake of the children. In […]

A marriage can end at any time. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been married for just a few months or if you’re in a long-term marriage that’s lasted decades. If you and your partner have decided to end your marriage, understanding how the length of your marriage can affect the divorce is essential. Here’s what […]

Does Dating Affect Your Divorce Case? Divorce is a complicated emotional process. People move on from relationships at varying speeds; for some, dating is part of this process. Is there a right time to begin dating? And can dating too early in the process affect the outcome of your divorce? Here’s what you need to know. Benefits […]

False allegations in family court can be incredibly damaging. Baseless claims can turn a simple divorce or custody battle into a nightmare, causing emotional and financial stress. It is essential to know how to defend yourself against such allegations and protect your reputation and rights. If you’ve been falsely accused by your ex-significant other, here’s […]

Divorce is a difficult and emotional process. The path from the decision to divorce to a final divorce settlement is long and difficult. Unfortunately, even after a divorce agreement has been finalized, circumstances may change that require adjustments to the agreement. When this happens, individuals need to understand the process of modifying their divorce agreement […]

Divorce is overwhelming for couples and their families. Apart from the emotional turmoil, sorting out legal issues creates many questions and concerns. One such question in Florida is whether or not couples can live together during divorce proceedings. If you’re in the midst of a divorce and you aren’t sure whether you or your soon-to-be-former […]

Divorce can be heart-wrenching and complicated. Whether you’re the one filing or your spouse is, going through a divorce is never easy. One way to make the process a little easier is to work with someone who understands the divorce laws in your state. One of the most common questions concerning Florida divorce laws is […]

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 […]

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