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Divorcing in Your Later Years

Regardless of your age, divorce can strike at any moment if the marriage breaks down. Now, you are grappling with a “gray” divorce and everything that it can threaten. Luckily there are some useful ideas for coping with your situation. You may have retirement accounts, pensions or other financial matters to grapple with should you […]

Address Parenting Plan Issues before They Become a Major Problem

Provided you’re on the same page with your spouse, hashing out a parenting plan shouldn’t be all that difficult. However, in the event of a divorce, disagreements may arise and seemingly minor issues can become major ones when figuring out custody. Let’s briefly explore some of these issues you may wish to address in your […]

Should Your Spouse Be on the Deed?

Marriage is a major step and chances are that if they aren’t already doing so, your spouse will move into your existing home. It is a sign of good financial planning, commitment, and personal achievement to own your own home straight away. This can be especially gratifying to be able to share this with your […]

How Does Infidelity Affect Divorce?

If infidelity played a role in your divorce, you may be wondering how it may affect the divorce settlement. In Florida, the act does not affect divorce unless the affair contributed to a change in your financial situation. On that note, infidelity will not affect child custody unless your children were directly affected because of […]

Is a Collaborative Divorce Right for You?

With a divorce, there are often strong emotions involved. These emotions could come into play and make it difficult for couples to amicably resolve their situation and reach an agreement, requiring a judge to intervene. Should this happen, the situation could be made worse since the judge may make decisions the soon-to-be-former couple does not […]

Florida Case Sheds Light on Child Custody in the Age of COVID-19

An Orlando Sentinel article published earlier this week presents an interesting given the current COVID-19 pandemic circumstances. What happens if a parent shares custody of a child with someone who is a first responder? Should one parent have full custody of the child due to the risk of the other parent becoming infected? The article […]

Our Law Firm Is Open for Business

With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many businesses to temporarily close or change the way they do their business, we know that many people may be confused as to what’s open, what’s closed, or how to go about getting what they need done. We would like to remind all of our current and prospective clients that […]

Divvying up Your Property During a Divorce

During the divorce process, there will come the moment when you’ll need to divide your property with your soon-to-be former spouse. This step can prove complex due to the feelings that may be attached to the property. Florida uses a method of equal allocation to divide marital properties according to its Statutes. This method is […]

Factors That May Affect Your Child Custody Case

If you’re divorcing and children are involved, you’ll need to figure out custody. These legal cases often involve strong emotions as both parents want to spend time with their children as much as possible while figuring out how the child’s life will also change. With that in mind, several factors may affect the case. For […]

Telling Your Children About Your Divorce Decision

You’ve attempted to work out your differences with your spouse but ultimately you’ve decided the best solution for everyone is to proceed with the divorce. Telling your children likely won’t be easy. You’ll need to be empathetic to help them process their feelings. For starters, try and be simple. A child’s reaction will vary depending […]

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