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Tax Plan Could Make It Harder On Divorcing Couples

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

As we previously discussed, many are concerned about the tax-overhaul bill that was recently passed by the House of Representatives because it included a provision repealing the ability for individuals who pay alimony to deduct that payment from their taxes. This would apply to any divorce agreements signed after 2017. Fortunately, there is still… Read More »

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What Are Your Parental Responsibility and Timesharing Rights in Florida?

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY In divorce proceeding in Florida, the law does not pre-judge child related issued such as, shared or sole custody of a child.  In Florida, courts decide whether the parents should have shared parental responsibility, or sole parental responsibility based on the best interest of the child. Shared parental responsibility means both parents… Read More »

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Separating Fact from Fear: Parental Alienation

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

Divorcing parents spend hours, sometimes with each other, and sometimes with their respective attorneys, trying to agree on parenting responsibility as set out by the family law courts. Some families find that life post-divorce, while initially awkward and tense, eventually resumes a ‘new-normal’ with the guidance set out by parenting plans. Other families may… Read More »

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Planning for the Holidays

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

The winter holidays are approaching fast, and with them come possible complications of post-divorce families. Disagreements may arise if the divorcing parents were unable to agree on how, when and where their child (or children) will be spending their winter holidays. It is vital to understand where the state law stands on shared parental… Read More »

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Can Black Friday Cause Financial Issues that May Lead to Divorce?

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

In the United States the Holiday Season begins on Thanksgiving and ends on January 2nd. The first day of the Holiday Season has become known as Black Friday, the preeminent shopping day. Named by the retail industry as the day when their bottom line turns from being in the red, a deficit, to being… Read More »

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Planning Parental Time Sharing on Thanksgiving

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

Children of divorced parents are especially sensitive to their situation during holidays such as Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a Holiday that is traditionally celebrated as a family unit, often with extended family, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. It is a time when divorced parents should be extra sensitive to the anxieties of children living in… Read More »

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Evaluating a Business Practice during Divorce

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

One of the most critical financial steps taken during divorce is evaluating the business that one or both spouses were a part of, especially when it comes to partnership or a group practice, such medical offices, since physicians usually partner up with other physicians. Ultimately, a lot comes down to what each side’s expert… Read More »

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GOP Tax Plan Could Turn Alimony Payments Upside Down

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

For many people, alimony is something that they heavily rely on for support because they have historically been the primary caretaker of the family’s children, and make less income than their ex. For others, it is a way of providing financial support as the breadwinner, while also being able to take a tax deduction… Read More »

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What should be included in a time-sharing schedule?

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

The previous blog post discussed the relationship between a parenting plan and a time-sharing schedule. However, a time-sharing schedule is a multifaceted document that contains a lot of detail, which is why it deserves its own post. As a refresher, a time-sharing schedule is a part of a parenting plan that specifies the exact… Read More »

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Keeping Your Child Supported During Divorce

By Arwani Nava Law, PLLC |

Divorce is, unfortunately, inevitable for some couples with children. There sometimes comes a time when staying together is not only bad for the couple, but for their children as well. However, that doesn’t mean that many divorcing parents aren’t still concerned about the impacts that their divorce could have on the children; in fact,… Read More »

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