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Taking Charge of Your Divorce: Key Steps to Ensure a Better Tomorrow

Divorce can be very difficult to go through, and having a good support system and knowing your options can make the process a lot easier. Here are some tips to Read More

Embracing New Beginnings: Creating Meaningful Holiday Traditions After Divorce

Divorce can be a difficult time for many families, and in particular for parents and children. During a time of separation and mourning, the idea of celebrating the holidays can Read More

Surviving the Holidays: Navigating Divorce with Grace

The holiday season is something a lot of people look forward to all year long. From Thanksgiving dinner to Christmas carols and everything in between, this time of year is Read More

The Role of Mediation in Divorce: Pros and Cons with a Miami Divorce Lawyer

Divorce is an emotionally charged process that can be fraught with conflict and contention. When couples decide to part ways, they often find themselves in the midst of legal battles, Read More

Is Real Estate Considered Marital Property?

Following a divorce, the distribution and split of real estate can become a complex process. Every property is unique, and valuation can vary from person to person. Properties come with Read More

What Happens With Rental Property?

Rental property during a marriage can serve as a useful income source, but what happens in the event the couple decides to divorce? The legalities may become more complex. The equal Read More

Scenarios Involving Child Relocation

When cases involve the relocation of a child, the needs of both the child and the parent need to be taken into account. Parents can't simply decide to move away Read More

Avoid Parenting Issues With Divorce

With a divorce, parents need to work extra hard to keep the transition as smooth as possible for children as the dynamics between parents lead to major changes. This means Read More

What Happens With Alimony When Remarrying?

The consequences of cohabitation or remarriage and alimony payments may be considered by the Florida courts. It may have an effect on the commitments of their ex-spouse to pay spousal Read More

Should You Change Your Name?

You have the choice of reverting to your maiden name at the end of the divorce proceedings. This process is typically cost-free in the state of Florida when the divorce Read More

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