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What You May Not Know About Divorce Statistics And Trends

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

When people get married, they generally know that they have a roughly 50:50 chance of staying together statistically speaking.  But they are so in love that they cannot imagine that their marriage will be one of the lucky ones. What do statistics and trends reveal about marriage and divorce in America? Trends of Interest … Read More »

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Dealing With The Money Questions In Divorce

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If you think divorce is tough on the heart and mind, you’re right!  Another place divorce takes its toll is in the pocketbook.  You’re going to be making a lot of difficult decisions during this process, all of which will ultimately impact your financial well-being now and down the road.  Protect yourself by getting… Read More »

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Lethal Divorce Errors

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

Facing divorce sometimes brings out our lesser selves.  In some cases, that means a snarling and vengeful iteration of self; in others, perhaps it looks like withdrawal and submission.  Whatever your go-to defense system, you’ll be best served in a divorce with a strong, trusted, local divorce attorney by your side. Making that single… Read More »

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Some Strange Divorces!

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

If you think you have to deal with some unusual situations in your Florida divorce, you can be glad that there’s always something stranger out there.  Some of the oddest divorce requirements –dare we say hilarious in some cases–we’ve heard of across the country include the following: One woman divorced her spouse because he… Read More »

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Can I Divorce Someone Who’s Incarcerated?

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

If your spouse is behind bars, you may be wondering whether now is a good time to file for divorce.  While that is a question only you can answer, from a legal standpoint, you absolutely do have the right and the ability to file for divorce right now. How Do I Proceed?  The process… Read More »

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Are You Worried About Foul Play In Your Divorce?

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

While no divorce is pleasant, some can get pretty ugly.  Spouses who believe they are the victim of cheating and whose hearts have been broken can be pretty bitter, motivating them to engage in some dastardly behavior.  But it doesn’t take an unfaithful spouse to produce bad behavior in a divorce; some people will… Read More »

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The Impacts Of Senate Bill 1796: Alimony & Custody Issues

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

After the legislature passed SB 1796, Governor DeSantis found himself facing heavy lobbying to veto it.  Why has the bill garnered such stringent opposition? Contentious Points  The bill addresses child custody and alimony, and many claim it has deleterious impacts on the lesser earning spouse in a divorce: It codifies the presumption that time-sharing… Read More »

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When One Side Won’t Comply With The Parenting Plan

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

You had high hopes that you and your former spouse would be able to get your act together for the sake of the kids after the divorce.  You agreed to a parenting plan that seemed reasonable and fair, and set forth to demonstrate a healthy respect for your ex while maintaining significant contact with… Read More »

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When You’re Blind-Sighted By Divorce

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

You thought you made a good couple.  Things felt normal, if not crazily exciting every single day.  You both did your fair share in the marriage and managed to wrap your arms around the American dream: a house, a couple of kids, a 2-week vacation every year.  What else is there?  Apparently, your spouse… Read More »

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Do I Have To Allow Visitation If My Ex Won’t Pay Child Support?

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

When you and your former spouse split, you hammered out a number of agreements.  Inconsequential issues like who got the couch and who got the big screen took some time, but nothing was more emotionally draining and time consuming than coming up with a custody and visitation plan and agreeing on the appropriate amount… Read More »

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