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Why You Should Consider Joint Custody When Getting A Divorce

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Divorce is always a scary thing to go through, and that fear makes people do things they otherwise would not. One of these is fighting for sole custody just to hurt the other party. Unfortunately, this hurts the children involved, too. Divorce is always hardest on the kids, and sometimes, fighting for sole custody… Read More »

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Will My Spouse Receive Half Of My Personal Injury Settlement During Divorce?

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Family law and personal injury law are two different legal areas, but there are times when they intersect with each other. One of these is when you have received a personal injury settlement, or will receive one shortly, and you are going through a divorce. Personal injury settlements are typically made in lump sum… Read More »

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5 Tips For Co-Parenting Successfully

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Co-parenting after divorce is sometimes extremely difficult. When former spouses cannot agree and remain civil with each other, it is not only hurtful for them, but for the children, as well. It is crucial that co-parents continue providing a healthy and fostering environment for the kids, but this is something that is often much… Read More »

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Five Ways To Keep Your Cool During The Divorce Process

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The divorce process is a difficult one for anyone going through it and it is natural to feel sad, angry, betrayed, and frustrated. Perhaps you never thought your marriage could end, or you did not expect it to end in the sudden, bitter way it did. Whatever the reason for your feelings, they can… Read More »

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Things To Know When Separating From Your Spouse In Florida

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Florida is one of a handful of states that does not recognize legal separation. You are legally married until your divorce is final, even if you move out of the family home. Some people separate before the divorce process even begins, while others wait until the case is final before they move out. If… Read More »

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When Is Hiring An Expert Useful In A Divorce Case?

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There are many aspects of the divorce process the people going through it never expect, and the use of experts is one of them. Experts are not involved with every divorce case but when they are, their knowledge, training, and experience is very useful. When an expert advises on your divorce case, they apply… Read More »

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What Are The Benefits Of A Collaborative Divorce?

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Many people dream of meeting their true love and getting married, but few anticipate the possibility of divorce. Truthfully, divorce does not have to be a bitter legal battle. A collaborative divorce is just one way in which couples can end their marriage, while maintaining feelings of respect for each other during and after… Read More »

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4 Common Florida Divorce Myths Debunked

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Many people have seen divorce cases play out on television and movies, or have read about them in novels. Most people also know at least one person that has gotten a divorce in their life. Due to these second-hand accounts and fictitious storylines, you may have preconceived ideas about the divorce process that are… Read More »

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Why Did The Divorce Rate Surge During The Pandemic?

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According to a new study, divorce rates surged by 34 percent in the summer of 2020 compared to the previous year. Many experts predicted that the pandemic, and the long shelter-in-place orders, would lead to an increase in divorce rates, and it seems that prediction has come to fruition. What was it about the… Read More »

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Divorce Expectations And COVID-19: What Should You Expect?

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According to a recent article in The New York Times, “our routines may have stalled during Covid, but the desire to divorce certainly hasn’t,” and as a result Americans need to learn more about divorce options and expectations during a pandemic. What should you expect if you want to file for divorce in Orlando… Read More »

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