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Thanksgiving Tips for Co-Parents After Divorce

Thanksgiving can be a particularly difficult time when parents are unable to spend the holiday with their children. For divorced families, the first few Thanksgivings can be particularly difficult as Read More

How to Discuss Your Florida Divorce with Your Children

Couples without children or whose children have grown up and moved on to lead independent adult lives in Florida have different priorities than couples who have children of their own. Read More

Protecting Your LLC in the Event of a Divorce

Despite the fact that the majority of people do not prepare for divorce, the preservation of assets before marriage may be advantageous for both couples given the rising divorce rate. Read More

Divorce in Florida: What You Need to Know About Time-Sharing

Divorce may be a profoundly emotional experience for some people. This is especially true when children are involved in the divorce. According to current legislation, when parties have children, they 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

Common Reasons for Divorce

Lack of commitment to a marriage might develop over time. One partner may be more actively engaged in the relationship than the other, and the other spouse may wish the Read More

Keeping the Peace During the Holidays

Child visitation drop-offs and pick-ups can be difficult no matter what time of the year it is, but it can be especially challenging for families during the holiday season. Holiday Read More

Ground for Divorce in Florida

Thankfully, divorce laws have become more lenient over the last fifty years. Compared to half a century ago, every state in the United States has a no-fault option for divorce, Read More

Don’t make these Common Divorce Mistakes

Divorce etiquette may be the last thing you are thinking about during a divorce, but it is something you should be keeping in mind. Feeling the negative impact of a Read More

How Simplified Dissolution Works

Many states, including Florida, participate in a marriage procedure known as “simplified dissolution,” an option to end a marriage under certain circumstances. Simplified dissolution, or summary dissolution, is a divorce Read More

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