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Can I Change Attorneys In The Middle Of My Divorce?

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Going through a divorce can be a stressful experience. That is why you need a divorce attorney by your side…. Read More »

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How Can Divorcing Parents Reduce The Negative Impact Of Divorce On Their Children?

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Divorce can be difficult for the divorcing parties. Unfortunately, when children are involved, divorce can be more difficult on the… Read More »

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Does Bankruptcy Affect Child Support And Alimony Obligations?

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When two people divorce, the court may order one party to pay the other alimony. Alimony payments are ordered in… Read More »

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Do I Have To Hire A Child Support Lawyer In Florida?

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If you are dealing with a child support action in Florida, you may be wondering whether you have to hire… Read More »

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Some Questions To Ask A Collaborative Divorce Lawyer Before Hiring Them

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When you got married, the chances are, you did not anticipate getting divorced. However, the reality is that sometimes, divorce… Read More »

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Collaborative Divorce Can Reduce Emotional And Economic Stress

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Anyone contemplating ending their marriage is worried about the emotional and economic stress that comes with divorce litigation. Even though… Read More »

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Resolving Visitation And Timesharing Matters In A Collaborative Environment

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Often, people assume that all visitation and timesharing cases go to trial. This is far from the truth. Many parental… Read More »

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When Can A Judge Order Unequal Distribution Of Marital Assets In Florida?

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When it comes to dividing marital property during divorce, Florida follows a rule known as “equitable distribution.” This does not… Read More »

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How Long Do I Have To Wait To Remarry After A Florida Divorce?

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Some people decide never to remarry after getting divorced for reasons best known to them. On the other hand, many… Read More »

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What Should Be Included In A Parenting Plan In Florida?

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For many parents going through a divorce, creating a parenting plan is the most difficult part of the divorce process…. Read More »

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