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Conduct Yourself Professionally in Court

In some divorces, there are strong feelings of anger, bitterness, hurt, and so many more negative emotions. Understandably, a particularly acrimonious divorce can cause the emotions to spill into the Read More

Who Gets the Dog?

With a divorce, there is often the issue of determining child custody. But what about the family dog? Who gets to keep the pooch after you and your soon to Read More

Honesty Is Imperative in Prenuptial Agreements

When coming up with a prenuptial agreement, both soon to be spouses must be truthful to avoid any issues should the marriage not work out and result in divorce. To provide Read More

Florida Seeks to Provide Marriage Guidance

Marriage is a union that comes with great joy but also requires effort from both people for it to remain healthy. While engaged couples are often advised by their married Read More

Can Visitation Rights Be Revoked?

In Florida, a parent's visitation rights can be revoked if it is in the best interest of the child. This is usually due to issues of violence or harm. Non-custodial parents Read More

Is It Time to Move On?

Choosing to divorce is a decision many couples prefer to use as an absolute last resort or a topic that should only be discussed if there are no other solutions. Read More

Establishing a Healthy Co-Parenting Arrangement

Navigating the ins and outs of child custody can prove to be a challenge. It requires working with someone whom you are no longer involved with and may have bitter Read More

The Benefits of Parallel Parenting

For many couples going through an acrimonious divorce, co-parenting may be easier said than done. If there are bitter feelings, it may be difficult to make mutually agreeable decisions regarding Read More

Choosing Your Child’s Guardian

As a parent, you want only the best for your child’s future. Among the things you may decide to figure out is your child’s guardianship. This can be uncomfortable considering Read More

Avoiding Issues with Same Sex Divorce

Same-sex couples are free to marry in Florida, just like heterosexual couples. As is the case with their hetero couples, there is always the possibility of divorce. Though same sex Read More

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