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Monthly Archives: February 2020


5 Things to Consider When Creating a Child Custody Schedule

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

One of the most important advantages of using mediation or arbitration during divorce is the ability of couples with children to come up with a custody schedule that best suits all of the parties’ needs, as well as their lifestyle. Although a court will still need to approve the agreement before it becomes legally… Read More »


How the Alimony Deduction Could Affect Your Tax Return

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Despite major changes made to the federal tax code in 2017, IRS officials estimate that this year’s tax refunds should be in roughly the same amounts as last year and issued by mid-May. There are, however, concerns that many tax refunds will end up being much lower than in prior years and that it… Read More »


Important Issues to Address in Your Parenting Plan

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Dividing time between two different households following a divorce can require a significant adjustment for parents, as well as their children. This transition can be made much simpler through the creation of a detailed parenting plan. Although parenting plans can address any number of childcare-related issues, there are a few important matters that should… Read More »


Emergency Custody Petitions

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although they may not be as common as other types of custody arrangements, some Florida families do require the assistance of an attorney when attempting to obtain emergency custody of a couple’s children. There are a number of different terms that can be used to describe the process of obtaining an emergency custody order,… Read More »


Residency Requirements When Filing for Divorce in Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In order to file for divorce in Florida, a couple must meet certain residency requirements. Those who fail to fulfill these requirements could end up delaying their divorce indefinitely, so if you and your spouse have decided to legally end your marriage, you should contact an experienced Fort Lauderdale divorce lawyer who can walk… Read More »


How to Spot Hidden Income and Assets

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although many divorcing couples take great care when disclosing their finances to each other, including their assets and income, a surprising number fail to do so, leaving the wronged party with an unfair property settlement agreement or alimony award. Fortunately, it is possible to uncover hidden assets and income before the court finalizes a… Read More »

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