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Should You Spy On Your Spouse When Getting A Divorce?

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Divorce always presents certain challenges but for some people, the process is particularly difficult. It is not uncommon for one of the parties to believe that their spouse had an affair during the marriage, or that they are hiding assets to protect them from the property division process. In these instances, emotions are more… Read More »

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Debunking Common Divorce Myths

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Divorce is very common and so, people currently going through the process often know friends and family members who have also been through it before. These individuals may give well-intentioned advice about what one can expect when going through the process. Other people, who may not have even gotten a divorce before, might also… Read More »

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The Challenges Associated With Military Divorce

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Divorce will always be one of the most challenging things you will ever go through. When you are a military family, the process is even more complex, as there are many unique aspects of military divorce that civilians do not often realize. Whether you are a service member or your spouse is, it is… Read More »

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Get Divorced The Healthy Way

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You likely did not get married thinking the marriage would end but unfortunately, that is the case for nearly half of the marriages in the country. Many people who consider divorce imagine a long and bitter courtroom battle, but it does not always have to be that way. In fact, litigating a divorce is… Read More »

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Six Steps To Prepare For Divorce

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Whether you have had a conversation with your spouse about it yet or not, you know divorce is imminent. Even if you have not yet officially started the process by filing your paperwork with the court, there are many things you can do now to prepare for the process. Below, our Orlando family lawyer… Read More »

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Six People Who Will Be Surprisingly Happy If You Get A Divorce

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Divorce is a traumatic experience and it is normal for people to focus on the negative emotions it brings up. However, it is important to remember that getting a divorce is not entirely bad. You must, after all, believe some good will come of it or you would not have made the decision in… Read More »

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Five Elements To Include In Your Parenting Plan

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If you decide to end your marriage and you have children with your spouse, you will have to create a parenting plan. A parenting plan outlines how you will co-parent with your spouse post-divorce and everything included in the plan must reflect the child’s best interests. Ideally, parents can reach an agreement on the… Read More »

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How To Keep The Peace When Getting A Divorce

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A divorce will permanently change your life and the prospect of that will undoubtedly bring up many different emotions. Resentment and anger are very common in divorce cases and while you may feel these emotions, allowing them to control the situation will only make the process much more difficult. If you are about to… Read More »

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How To Minimize Legal Costs During Your Divorce

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It is no secret that divorce is expensive. Some of the costs associated with the process are inevitable and there is simply nothing one can do about them. However, there is an area in which you do have some control over the expenses incurred, and that is the legal cost of divorce. Any divorce… Read More »

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Three Mistakes To Avoid If You Have To Testify In Court

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The majority of divorce cases in Florida are resolved through mediation or simple negotiations between the two parties. In these cases, there is no need to testify before a court. Sometimes though, the couple cannot reach an agreement on certain terms and so, they have to enter litigation. During litigation, a judge will make… Read More »

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