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Tips For A Successful Collaborative Divorce

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Divorce is never easy, but there are ways to make it easier on yourself. One way is to choose a collaborative divorce. During a collaborative divorce, you and your spouse will meet with your respective attorneys. The lawyers will negotiate a settlement that is fair to both parties. If the collaboration process is not… Read More »

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Five Qualities To Look For In A Family Lawyer

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If you are getting a divorce, need a prenuptial agreement, or have some other family matter, you need the right Orlando family lawyer to help with your case. All of these issues require legal attention,  so you need a lawyer you can trust and that will help you obtain the most favorable outcome possible…. 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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What Are The Main Causes Of Divorce?

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No two relationships are exactly alike and as such, all divorce cases are unique. This includes the reasons for getting a divorce. Any dispute can ultimately lead to a divorce and sometimes, a couple simply grows apart and feels as though the marriage is no longer working for them. The simple truth is that… Read More »

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Busting Common Mediation Myths

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Mediation allows couples going through a divorce to have more control over the process. In most Florida divorce cases, it is also mandatory. During mediation, the spouses meet with a neutral third party mediator to try and come to an agreement outside of the courtroom. Although helpful, mediation is very misunderstood. Below, our Orlando… Read More »

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Do You Have To Take A Parenting Course During A Florida Divorce?

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If you are going through a divorce that involves children, you will have to attend a parenting course before your case can be finalized. The purpose of the course is to help you co-parent effectively post-divorce and to continue to make good choices for your children. When you are able to do this, the… 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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How To Ensure Success During Mediation

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The majority of divorce cases in Florida must first go through mediation before they enter the litigation phase. Mediation is a good time to try and reach an agreement with your spouse about the terms of the divorce. You and your spouse will meet with a mediator, who is a neutral third party that… Read More »

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What Happens If Your Spouse Dies During Divorce?

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Perhaps your spouse had been sick for quite some time and then passed away after the divorce process had started, but was not finalized. Or, maybe your spouse died suddenly, such as if they were in a fatal car accident. Whatever the situation, the death of your spouse will bring on many emotions. It… Read More »

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Study Shows Divorcing Parents More Likely To Settle Out Of Court When Working With A Lawyer

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A recent study has shown that divorcing parents are more likely to settle child custody cases outside of the courtroom when each side is represented by an attorney. Additionally, when each party works with a lawyer when going through a process, parents are also more likely to share joint custody, referred to as “shared… Read More »

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