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Category Archives: Family Law

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Keeping the Best Interests of the Child in Mind

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As families split up and decisions are made about children, it’s important, from both an ethical and a legal standpoint, to consider the best interests of the children. While individuals may differ on what, precisely, that means, the law has some constructs with which to consider the matter. One of the key issues to… Read More »

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Alimony Payments May be Modified by Retirement

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If you are forking over a huge alimony payment every month and it’s causing you to question whether you can afford to retire, you will be happy to know that the Florida legislature has made spousal maintenance modification an option for you at retirement age. While there are a number of factors that must… Read More »

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Domestic Violence: What does it Mean for Athletes and Coaches?

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No one would argue against the perpetrators of domestic violence (DV) being held accountable for their actions, right? But when it comes to the world of professional sports, what does accountability look like? Just like in all professions, there are known aggressors who frighten and harm and girlfriends, wives, and lovers in every sport,… Read More »

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So Your Ex is Toxic: How do you Manage Parenting with Them?

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While all the research tells us that co-parenting effectively is the best way to help kids survive a divorce with peak emotional health, it is sometimes easier said than done. Even if you are committed to working hard to ensure your kids feel loved and supported, and you recognize the importance of having your… Read More »

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Getting Over Your Divorce

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If you’ve ever known anyone who is wallowing in divorce misery years after their marriage ended, you know you don’t want to be like that.  So how do some people make a smooth transition to their new life, while others seem to flounder for years and years?  Perhaps one factor relates to one’s ability… Read More »

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Effective Co-Parenting Back-to-School Tips

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

As co-parent to your kids, you know that communicating and cooperating benefits everyone, and most importantly, makes the children feel loved and secure. So regardless of any negative feelings you may have toward your ex, you put on a brave face and make things work for the kids. With the freedom of summer behind… Read More »

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Fighting the Prenup: Kevin Costner’s Case

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Hollywood icon, Kevin Costner, surely never imagined that the “ironclad” prenuptial agreement he and estranged wife Christine Baumgartner signed almost twenty years ago wouldn’t hold water! But now that Baumgartner has filed for divorce, she’s challenging the prenup with a focus on the terms of her living arrangements, what she can take from the… Read More »

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You, too, Can Make Co-parenting Work in Divorce

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

Co-parenting: it sounds so easy, but it can be so challenging! You care intensely about your children, and it’s tough to give up control to someone you barely even like (your ex).  Even if you have a decent relationship with your former spouse and a shared commitment to your kids, there will be tough… Read More »

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Filing Contempt Against Your Ex

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

That difficult divorce is finally behind you, but the stress of dealing with your ex, unfortunately, is not. Because you share children with your former spouse, you are stuck enduring many of the same behaviors that were so frustrating during your marriage and throughout the divorce process. Attempting to navigate life with a family… Read More »

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Legal Divorce Alternatives

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Your marriage isn’t working, but you are averse to the notion of divorce for any of myriad reasons—you are facing religious prohibitions—you don’t have the money right now—you don’t want to deal with the family reaction—so what options do you have?  Legally speaking, there are a few alternatives worth considering. A Separation Agreement:  Maybe… Read More »

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