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Spousal Support: Achieving The Best Outcomes

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One huge concern many individuals weigh as they contemplate divorce is whether they will have the means to live and flourish after a marriage ends.  The higher earner may have anxiety related to requirements for spousal support: will payments annihilate any chance of a future? Meanwhile, a partner who never worked outside the home,… Read More »

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After Divorce Can My Ex Move Away With My Kids?

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One of the most painful issues in many divorces revolves around custody and visitation.  When both parents adore their kids, it is incomprehensible to a non-custodial parent that daily interactions will be cut short.  Even worse is the thought of the custodial parent leaving town altogether, which would alter visitation in unimaginable ways.  What… Read More »

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Post-Divorce Problems With The Parenting Plan

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Your divorce was finalized, and you thought the hard part was over.  Unfortunately, your former spouse is less than cooperative when it comes to living up to the terms of the parenting plan, and it’s making your life miserable. You’ve tried to talk it out, but gotten nowhere, and you feel powerless and frustrated. … Read More »

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The Divorce Numbers That May Surprise You

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So you’ve heard that one out of every two marriages in the United States ends in divorce.  Pretty harrowing statistics, right?  But before you become too overwhelmed with the dismal numbers, you should acquaint yourself with a few more statistics. Who knows—maybe you’ll find out something that surprises you! News You Didn’t Expect  For… Read More »

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What Are Your Rights As An Unmarried Father?

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If you are an unmarried father, you’re in the company of a surprising number of men here in the United States.  Research indicates that 40 percent of children born in this country have parents who are not married—up from 28 percent three decades ago. If you have fathered a child outside of wedlock, you… Read More »

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Supporting Children as they Cope with Divorce: Kelly Clarkson’s Strategy

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As she accepted that her marriage was ending, country-music singer Kelly Clarkson had to face a fact that so many parents dealing with divorce must acknowledge:  children are intimately impacted by divorce.  Just as Clarkson was concerned about the mental and emotional well-being of her children, parents across Florida fear that the upheaval in… Read More »

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Understanding the Basics of Florida’s Collaborative Law

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Collaborative law is a relatively new option available to married couples in Florida who are seeking to divorce in a peaceful, voluntary manner, without the need for protracted litigation. The Florida Supreme Court recently adopted a series of forms for attorneys and parties to use in conjunction with the collaborative law process. Here is… Read More »

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Hidden Assets and Mandatory Disclosure in Florida Divorce

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If you are headed toward a divorce, perhaps you’re concerned that your soon-to-be ex will be less than forthcoming about the assets that are on the table.  If so, having an experienced attorney on your side could be your best bet at getting a fair settlement. Equitable Distribution  In Florida, the law requires that… Read More »

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Must a Judge Explain How a Parent May Regain Their Custody or Visitation Rights?

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The general rule in Florida family law is that a court may order a modification to an existing time-sharing (child custody) arrangement between parents if there has been a “substantial change in material circumstances.” For instance, the judge might determine that an equal time-sharing arrangement is no longer in the child’s best interest and… Read More »

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Former Top Women’s Tennis Player Wins Right to Litigate Divorce Case in Florida

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What happens when spouses file competing divorce lawsuits in different courts? In this situation, Florida judges will apply what is known as the principles of priority and comity. “Priority” means that when two courts in the same state have jurisdiction over the same parties and legal claims, the court that acquired that jurisdiction first… Read More »

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