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Monthly Archives: October 2020


Are You Concerned About a Hidden Bank Account?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The divorce process requires that couples contend with a number of important issues, with property and debt division often making their way to the top of the list. While many spouses are honest with each other regarding their assets, some fail to fully disclose what they own, which can significantly affect the fairness of… Read More »


Are Parenting Classes Required in a Florida Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who share children and who decide to end their marriages are required to contend with a host of related issues, including creating a parenting time plan and coming up with a child support arrangement. Additionally, parents are required to engage in a parenting course before a judge will actually finalize a divorce. While… Read More »


Should Your Child Support Payment be Reduced?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples with children who decide to separate and who are unable to come up with an out-of-court agreement will still need to grapple with the issues of time sharing and child support, but may need to leave the resolution of those matters up to a judge. These issues are naturally interconnected, as the parent… Read More »


What Evidence Can be Used to Determine the Best Interests of a Child?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When addressing parenting plans and time sharing schedules, courts are primarily guided by what would be in the child’s best interests. While this may seem like an ambiguous standard, Florida lawmakers have provided guidelines that courts must take into consideration when assessing what would be in a specific child’s best interests. These factors, however,… Read More »


The Importance of Formally Modifying Time-Sharing Agreements

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When issues with a parenting plan arise, many co-parents seek to directly address those problems by entering into an informal arrangement that reflects the new changes. While it is often simpler, quicker, and less expensive to go this route, especially when a proposed modification is minor, co-parents are still generally encouraged to seek a… Read More »


How to Facilitate the Child Support Modification Process

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When parents separate, most try to create child support and time sharing agreements that will work on a long-term basis. It is not always possible, however, to plan for the future, especially when it comes to raising children. For this reason, many parents find themselves having to modify existing parenting plans and child support… Read More »


Avoid These Mistakes when Filing Your Divorce Paperwork

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The process of finalizing a divorce is already time-consuming, but can become even more so if the couple in question doesn’t submit the proper paperwork, or fails to submit it on time. To ensure that your own divorce paperwork is free of errors and that any delays in the process will not be attributable… Read More »


Could My New Relationship Affect My Alimony Award?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

It is not uncommon after a divorce, for the individuals involved to enter into a new relationship at some point. These new relationships can, however, affect certain aspects of a person’s divorce, even when those proceedings have concluded, so if you are entering into a new relationship and are also receiving alimony payments from… Read More »


What are the Most Common Grounds for Parenting Time Modifications?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When couples who share children get divorced, they are required to come up with a plan for how they will divide parenting time. Once put in place, these plans become court orders with which both parties are required to comply. Judges do realize, however, that a family’s circumstances change over time and so are… Read More »

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