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Making a Plan for Retirement Following Your Florida Divorce

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Divorce can take a toll on your finances, both in the short term and the long term if you do not plan appropriately. Yet if you are currently anticipating a divorce in Florida and you work with an experienced Orlando divorce attorney to plan for life after your divorce is finalized, you can take… Read More »

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5 Things to Know About Florida Property Division in a Divorce

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When you are getting divorced in Orlando, you need to understand how Florida law approaches the distribution of marital property. The following are five things to know about Florida property division in an Orlando divorce. Florida is an Equitable Distribution State Florida is an equitable distribution state, which means that a Florida court dividing… Read More »

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Top Things to Know About Getting Divorced During a Pandemic

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Are you considering divorce? You are not alone. Many married couples that were having relationship difficulties prior to the pandemic are considering the possibility of separation, and for some couples, the pandemic brought out issues in the marriage that the spouses did not realize existed—or at least did not acknowledge in a meaningful way—prior… Read More »

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Talking to Adult Children About Divorce

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When most Floridians with children from their marriage are getting divorced and worrying about how their kids will react, their children are still minors living at home. Certainly, minor children can take the news of divorce with much difficulty, and the processes of determining child custody and time-sharing can be complicated and contentious. Yet… Read More »

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Issues to Consider When Deciding Whether to File for Divorce

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Filing for divorce in Orlando is not a decision that anyone makes haphazardly or without significant thought. Yet sometimes spouses can decide to file for divorce without thinking through consequences concerning the timing of the divorce, or other matters that ultimately could impact the outcome of the divorce case. While every case has its… Read More »

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Divorce Rates Are Rising Due to COVID-19

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When the pandemic began affecting Americans and states across the country went under lockdown, psychologists and other experts suggested that self-quarantine and stay-at-home orders could result in a higher number of divorces once courts reopened. While many courts across the country remain closed, many have reopened, and parties can again move forward with divorce… Read More »

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Living Separate and Apart Versus a Legal Separation

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If you are having significant problems in your marriage, you might be considering a divorce. Prior to your divorce, you may be thinking about living separate and apart from your spouse, which you might also consider to be a separation. It is extremely important to understand that a separation, or living separate and apart,… Read More »

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Sentimental Attachments to Property in a Divorce

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When you are planning on a divorce in Orlando or elsewhere in Central Florida, it is important to be prepared for the process of property division. As you might already be aware, all marital property, including all assets and debts, will be divided in a divorce according to a theory of equitable distribution. While… Read More »

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Mental Incapacity and Ending a Marriage

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If you are married to a person without mental capacity, it may be difficult to determine how to legally end the marriage. To be sure, you might have concerns about whether the court will be willing to grant a divorce if one of the parties is unable to consent to the terms of the… Read More »

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Can I Modify Alimony Payments?

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In a divorce proceeding in Florida, the court can grant alimony to either spouse under Florida law. Accordingly, if the court grants alimony to one of the spouses, it can require the other spouse to make those alimony payments. As you may know, Florida law recognizes a number of different types of alimony. A… Read More »

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