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The Timeline of Divorce in Florida

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Divorce is an uncertain and unsettling time. You may wonder what your future holds, what your life will look like, and even how much time you will be able to spend with your children. You may also not know what to expect from the process, or the steps you will have to take throughout… Read More »

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How to Successfully Mediate Your Divorce

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When a divorce is contested in Florida, meaning the two spouses cannot agree to the terms, mediation is mandatory. Mediation requires the two divorcing spouses to meet with a third party mediator. Mediators do not offer legal advice and they do not make any final decisions. Instead, their role is to foster communication and… Read More »

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Things to Avoid When Getting a Divorce

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Going through a divorce is never easy. Emotions run very high and in some cases, tempers are quite short. This can make it difficult to keep a calm head, which can lead to poor decisions that may hurt you for many years to come. There are ways you can avoid this so that you… Read More »

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Avoiding a Default Judgment in Divorce

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People today are very busy and at times, it may seem as though there is not enough time to do everything that needs to get done. The divorce process only brings even more to do and many people do not know how proceedings will impact their schedule. Even when going through a divorce, many… Read More »

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Is Marriage Counseling Required for a Florida Divorce?

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Divorce is never easy and if you have chosen to end your marriage, there are many laws that will govern the process. For example, most couples must enter mediation before litigating their case if they cannot agree to all terms of the divorce. Even when parents do agree to the terms of divorce, they… Read More »

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Five Mistakes to Avoid in Divorce

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Even when going through an uncontested divorce, the process is never easy. Your emotions may run high and in some cases, things do not go accordingly. Things are even less likely to go your way if you make mistakes during the process. Unfortunately, these mistakes are all too common during divorce. Below, our Orlando… Read More »

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Important Questions to Ask Your Orlando Divorce Lawyer

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If you have decided to get a divorce, you will have many questions throughout the process. Your lawyer can provide the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about divorce, often at the first consultation you schedule with them. While you may have a list of your own questions you want to… Read More »

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Four Signs You May Be Headed for Divorce

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Even in the happiest of marriages, there are times when spouses disagree and arguments occur. While disagreements in marriage are not uncommon, there are times when it is difficult for couples to determine whether they are just experiencing the normal bumps in the road all spouses face, or if they should get divorced. If… Read More »

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Busting Five Myths About Divorce in Orlando

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Divorce is very common today and most people know someone who has gone through the process, or they have been through it themselves. Due to this, people with good intentions often give advice about another person’s divorce. However, no two marriages are exactly alike and the same holds true for divorce cases. While people… Read More »

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What Happens if You Refuse to Sign Divorce Papers?

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All divorce cases start when one party officially files for dissolution of the marriage, either through their divorce lawyer or directly at the courthouse. After the petition is filed, the other spouse is served with divorce papers. The sheriff or a process server can serve the papers on the other spouse. The spouse who… Read More »

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