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Florida Divorces: Three Common Divorce Myths

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Florida Divorces: Three Common Divorce Myths

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Divorce is not easy, and divorcing parties always want to have as much information as possible before beginning the process. People seek as much information as possible with the hope that doing so will un-complicate divorce. Today, divorcing parties usually rush to the internet to search for information. Friends and family, too, are a… Read More »

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What Is the Residency Requirement for a Florida Divorce?

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Divorce is stressful enough; therefore, you do not want to make it even more stressful by ignoring or taking lightly some of the rules that govern divorce. Not understanding the laws that govern divorce can lead to a delay in the process. Imagine getting your finances and your divorce documents ready only for the… Read More »

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Who Gets What After A Divorce

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Where divorce is concerned, dividing up property can be one of the most contentious issues. Think of your own belongings and property. Chances are you feel pretty connected to a few things. During a divorce, things can get pretty heated if both parties feel attached to particular assets, whether it is a piece of… Read More »

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Divorce is Stressful: Here are Helpful Tips for Making the Divorce Process Easier to Endure

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Even though divorce is a common event, people are often surprised to learn just how big of a toll it can have on their emotional, physical, and financial lives. Divorce is stressful, and while there is no surefire way to totally eliminate that stress, there are a few helpful tips to follow that may… Read More »

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Divorce at the end of the Calendar Year

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Many couples file divorces near the end of the calendar year. There are no particular advantages or disadvantages to parties who file at this time; however, there are a few financial matters to consider. First, if couples file in states that do not recognize a technical “legal separation,” then the couples have to consider… Read More »

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Alternatives to Divorce

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Many couples reach a stage in the marriage where they want to be apart, i.e., to cease living together; however, they see financial benefits to remaining legally married. When this is the case, there are options. It is true that Florida is not technically a legal separation statue but again, there are options. The… Read More »

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Same Sex Divorces in Florida

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Many people are unaware of the present law as it relates to same-sex marriages and divorces in Florida. At this time, all states, including Florida, recognize same-sex marriages and divorces. Same Sex Divorce In Florida Same-sex couples can file for divorce and obtain a divorce in the same manner as all other couples. The… Read More »

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Divorce and Adultery

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One of the most common issues in divorce is infidelity, typically referred to as “adultery.” We are often asked many questions about adultery. This is because many clients believe that adultery is a crime. That is not the case pursuant to Florida law; however, although it is not listed as an offense under the… Read More »

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Support Obligations for Adult Handicapped Children

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In Florida, parties who have children and divorce have to consider child support. It is generally ordered through a child’s majority but it may be extended through high school graduation so long as the child is in high school, attending in good faith with a reasonable expectation of graduation on or before the child’s… Read More »

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4 Things to Look for in a Divorce Attorney

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Whether you and your spouse have already made the decision to move forward with a divorce, or you are merely beginning to consider the prospect of dissolving your marriage, it is important to understand what to look for in a divorce attorney to ensure you are prepared if and when the time comes to… Read More »

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