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Divorce as a Means to Happiness

Simply said, we are all concerned with our personal happiness, as well as the happiness of those we care about most, such as our children. As a result, filing for Read More

Telltale Signs of Parental Alienation

It's possible that you won't detect indicators of parental alienation until it's too late. Your spouse may try to turn your children against you through subtle manipulation. However, there are Read More

What To Do With the Family Home if You Decide to Divorce?

For many homeowners, the family home is a source of pride as well as a place where memories are built. You worked hard to make your house warm and inviting, Read More

Most Common Concerns Going Through a Divorce

If you're considering divorce, it's important to understand what you're going into so you can prepare accordingly. Here are five common concerns when going through a divorce:  Finances  Divorce will affect your Read More

Ways to Protect Your Child from Stress of Divorce

Divorce is painful enough on its own, but it becomes even more difficult when you have children. Here are a few steps you can take as a parent to protect Read More

How to Deal with Co-Parenting

Co-parenting with your ex-spouse may be one of the last things you want to do after a divorce. In some situations, however, it is necessary in the best interests of Read More

How to Save Money During a Divorce With the Help of a Miami Divorce Attorney

Dividing assets is one of the trickiest parts of a divorce. However, there are numerous methods by which a spouse might save money while going through a divorce. Take the Read More

Keep These Documents Handy When Planning for Divorce

Divorce is typically a hard process, but it can be simplified significantly when both sides are prepared. Prior to filing for divorce, you and your spouse should obtain any necessary Read More

Florida Divorce Tax Blunders to Avoid

After divorce, many people are preoccupied with their bank accounts, possessions, real estate and other financial matters. However, tax ramifications are one of the most essential financial issues when it Read More

Florida’s Child Support Exceptions For After Child Turns 18

In Florida, child support is usually terminated when a child reaches the age of 18. However, there are a couple of exceptions for children who have special needs, as well Read More

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