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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 »


Modifying a Child Support Order or Timesharing Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Before a divorce can be finalized, parties with children must come create a plan that accounts for child support, time sharing responsibilities, and alimony. However, as time goes on and children age, these orders may need to be modified to reflect a child’s preference, a remarriage, or the need to relocate for a new… Read More »


Summer Vacation & Timesharing Dilemmas

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

With summer here, American families are gearing up to take family vacations across the country. In fact, statistics suggest that nearly 35 percent of all Americans will go on a vacation this summer. While sure to be a good time, we all know that family vacations seldom go without a hitch. This holds even… Read More »


Child Support Contempt Proceedings

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Following a divorce, the next hurdle that many individuals face is ensuring that they are receiving their child support payments on time. Unfortunately, missed child support payments and inaccuracies in payments are far more common than most people believe. Child support issues are some of the most common issues encountered in family law. Struggling… Read More »


Should I Have A Prenuptial Agreement?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Almost everyone goes into marriage thinking they have found their forever, never entertaining the possibility that the marriage may end in divorce. After all, why would anyone get married if they thought otherwise? Unfortunately, happily ever after is more sparse than most couples realize, and the reality is that many American marriages will end… Read More »


The Importance of Communicating with a New Stepparent

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Regardless of the reasons for your divorce, it is sometimes difficult to adjust to the idea of your former spouse getting remarried. Watching a newly married couple establish a household and set up their new family unit can be difficult, especially when children are involved. Getting used to a new stepparent is hard for… Read More »


Retirement Planning and Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

If you are getting a divorce, it is important to consider retirement planning, even if retirement may be decades away. An experienced family law attorney will be able to advise a client on the division of retirement assets. Those assets can include pensions, a 401(k), a Roth IRA and any other retirement plan. An… Read More »


Why You Should Consider Avoiding Social Media During Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce rates are consistently going down in the state of Florida. For couples going through a divorce, however, some common-sense precautions should be taken. Social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and more are a part of our everyday lives. Social media allows us to stay connected with distant friends and family members. While… Read More »


The Benefits of Mediation

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce is a stressful time. That stress can be greatly reduced if the parties agree to mediation. A successful mediation means both sides walk away satisfied that they got a fair resolution. It does not mean that a party received everything he or she wanted. It helps if the parties are concerned with what… Read More »


Divorcing Later in Life – the Impact on Women

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A recent study explored the impact to women of divorce later in life. Women that divorce after age 50 and above are 10% more likely to be working full time from age 50 to 74 than women that are divorced at age 30. Divorcing after the age of 50 frequently causes women to go… Read More »

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