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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

How to Avoid These Common Divorce Mistakes

Even in the most peaceful divorces, you may still feel resentment toward your ex-spouse or desire to "win" the divorce. You can't allow those emotions to win if you want Read More

Wrongfully Accused of Domestic Violence?

A petition for a domestic violence injunction, also known as a restraining order, is filed with the court when someone believes they have been the victim of domestic violence. The Read More

Divorce in the Digital Age

In today's environment, our phones are nearly never out of reach. It's a part of who we are, and many people feel safer because of it. However, the sense 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

Valentine’s Day and Divorce

Year after year, an increase of people seek divorce in the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day. This growing phenomenon is not yet completely understood, though there are some clues:  For Read More

What Is Goodwill in a Divorce?

Goodwill, also known as business goodwill, is an intangible asset of good reputation and customer loyalty. It happens due to many incidents, including the foundations of the business, the successful Read More

Can Florida Visitation Rights be Taken Away?

In Florida, the state allows visitation rights (timeshare rights) to be taken away if it is within the best interest of the child. Parents who are non-custodial may be required Read More

Motion for Temporary Custody in Florida

Cases can take a while to clear up once they must go to court, but this is especially true for family law cases. While your family waits to see how Read More

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