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Advice for Couples Dealing with Gray Divorces in Florida

No matter what stage of a couple's lives they are in, divorce is never easy. When the decision to divorce is made later in life, it is particularly difficult. The Read More

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

Self-Care Tips for Recovering from Divorce

Whether the divorce is amicable or not, it still represents a significant change in life. You are transitioning from being a couple to being single, a status you may not Read More

How to Celebrate Father's Day After Divorce or Separation

For recently separated and divorced parents, family-centered holidays such as Father's Day may heighten feelings of loss, failure, grief, and anger. Those who will be separated from their children on 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

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

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

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

Annulment Vs. Divorce

Both annulments and divorces dissolve the marriage. However, the method in which they do so is different. Where annulments treat the marriage as if it never existed, divorces are still Read More

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