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Two Common Divorce Myths

Most people believe they grasp the law of divorce, without possessing a proven capacity to distinguish what is the truth and what is fallacy. Today’s blog post discusses some of Read More

Managing Long Distance Parenting

Every parenting scenario is different and in some cases, long-distance parenting may be necessary. A parent may live far from their child for multiple reasons including their employment or they Read More

Is Your Boating Vessel at Risk?

Boating is a popular pastime in Florida. Many people own boating vessels to enjoy a fun day on the water with friends and loved ones or as a way to Read More

Mistakes to Avoid During Child Custody Proceedings

Besides the emotions tied to the divorce process itself, child custody can also come with a host of strong feelings. From having to make—or having decisions made for you—on who Read More

Parenting When Distance Is a Major Factor

Interstate child custody After a divorce, one parent may decide to move to a different state, whether it’s to be closer to family or to start fresh. In most cases, a Read More

Can Prenuptial Agreements Can Be Deemed Invalid?

Multiple benefits to a prenuptial agreement Among its other benefits, a prenuptial agreement is supposed to be a way to ease the process in the event the marriage goes south. It Read More

When Does Child Support End?

There are significant consequences that come with falling behind or failing to pay child support. Hence, it is imperative to make these payments a priority. Eventually, these payments will cease, Read More

Keep Your Holiday Spending in Check

The holiday season is in full swing. Whether you are the parent in custody or are required to make regular child support payments, single parents may find the season challenging. 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

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

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