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Sealing Your Divorce Records

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For many couples, one of the worst parts of going through a divorce is knowing that the records can and will be made public. This is because all legal paperwork related to divorces in Florida is automatically made a matter of public record, which means that anyone can go to the local courthouse and… Read More »


How are Retirement Funds Divided in a Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Dividing assets is one of the most complex aspects of divorce. This is especially true for those with significant retirement savings, so if you are going through a divorce and your spouse is refusing to divide the contents of a retirement account, it is critical to contact a property division attorney who is well-versed… Read More »


Spousal Gifts

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, the assets of a divorcing couple are generally subject to equitable distribution. This applies to almost all types of marital property, even gifts between spouses. Unlike gifts given to one spouse by a third party, which usually remain in the sole ownership of the person who received them, spousal gifts are not… Read More »


Stay-at-Home Spouses and Filing for Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although the divorce process does not vary based on the parties’ occupations, stay-at-home spouses do face unique difficulties. For example, spouses who chose to halt their career in favor of supporting their partner and raising children must immediately begin addressing concerns about financial support. This often manifests as concern over the feasibility of returning… Read More »


Preparing for Your First Meeting with a Divorce Attorney

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Speaking with a divorce attorney is one of the first steps that couples who are thinking about dissolving their marriage should take. However, once initial contact has been made, you may be left wondering what you should do next to prepare for your first in-person meeting. We understand that this can be a nerve-wracking… Read More »


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 »


Health Insurance After Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Most people receive medical insurance through their employers, as this is one of the best ways to cut down on the cost of obtaining coverage. Furthermore, many families are covered under a single spouse’s policy, especially if the insurer in question provides good coverage at a reasonable price. Although this is an advantage for… Read More »


Divorcing an Absentee Spouse

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Dissolving a marriage is difficult enough when both parties are involved, but can become even more complicated when one of the parties cannot be located. Fortunately, it is possible to divorce an absentee spouse, although the spouse filing for divorce will face additional procedural hurdles. To ensure that you comply with all of the… Read More »


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 »


Overdue Alimony

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Alimony payments are often awarded to help supplement one spouse’s income until he or she is able to complete vocational training or find a better paying job. This is especially common among those who were married for a significant amount of time and were not employed, so that they could care for the couple’s… Read More »

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