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Disestablishing Paternity

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a child is born to a married couple, the husband is automatically presumed to be the child’s father. While many fathers are happy to be parents, the designation can become complicated if an individual discovers that he may not be the child’s biological father. In these cases, the man may wish to disestablish… Read More »

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How are Retirement Funds Divided During a Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Some of the most difficult decisions that a divorcing couple will have to deal with involve the distribution of their assets. In Florida, all property acquired during a marriage is considered to be a marital asset and so belongs to both parties. While most people know that this includes real estate, income, and personal… Read More »

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Holiday Visitation Schedules

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For many people, the holidays are about spending time with loved ones and celebrating family traditions. As joyful as these times can be, they also involve a substantial amount of stress, especially for parents who share custody of their children. However, by making efforts to plan a schedule ahead of time, families may be… Read More »

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Can I Undo My Divorce Decree?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Coming to the decision to dissolve a marriage usually follows months or even years of deliberation. For example, many couples choose to attend therapy to sort out their differences before actually filing for divorce, while others fear the impact that separation will have on their minor children and so may attempt to hold off… Read More »

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What Is Supervised Visitation?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While family courts are generally in favor of ensuring that both parents have regular access to their children following a divorce, frequent contact with one of the parties is not always in the child’s best interests. If, for example, one of a child’s parents had a history of domestic violence or neglect, courts would… Read More »

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When Will a Court Hear a Child’s Testimony?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce can be a difficult time for a family, especially for minor children who may struggle with adapting to all of the changes. While many children are not willing to express a preference about which parent they will primarily reside with, some older children may want to speak with the judge. Generally, courts are… Read More »

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Does Child Support Cover Private School Tuition?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When Florida courts award child support, they take a number of financial and personal factors into account, including a child’s educational needs. In certain situations, a parent can even be required to help pay for a private school education, so if you want to enroll your child in private school and have questions about… Read More »

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Dividing Credit Card Debt

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

It’s not uncommon for couples to accumulate not only assets, but also debt during their marriage. Unfortunately, the process of dividing marital property and debts is often much more difficult than accumulating it, so if you are going through a divorce and have questions about how much debt you will be responsible for paying… Read More »

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Who Gets the Family Home in a Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

It is not uncommon for both parties involved in a divorce to have an emotional attachment to the family home. This can make the decision of who gets to continue living in the residence one of the most contentious divorce-related issues encountered by many couples. Although it is possible for both spouses to remain… Read More »

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Annulling a Marriage in Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While many people believe that divorce is the only way to dissolve a marriage, the reality is that in certain situations a relationship can be legally dissolved through the process of annulment. However, an annulment can only be declared when a marriage in question never actually legally existed, while valid existing marriages must be… Read More »

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