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Monthly Archives: February 2021


Managing Debt in Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When faced with the prospect of divorce, it’s only natural for couples to start worrying about property division, especially about how their assets will be split. While asset division is an extremely important part of the divorce process, it’s important that couples not overlook the impact of debt not only in divorce proceedings, but… Read More »


Will a Deposition be Necessary for My Florida Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Litigating a divorce involves multiple phases, one of which is known as discovery. This is the stage of divorce proceedings in which couples and their attorneys try to collect evidence and if requested, share it with the other side. Taking depositions is a common aspect of this process and involves both parties’ attorneys asking… Read More »


Emergency Hearings for Child Custody Matters

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Most child custody or child support-related hearings are scheduled weeks or even months in advance. Concerned parents can, however, petition the court for emergency hearings in some cases. Whether requesting this type of hearing is appropriate will depend on the specific facts of the case at hand, so if you are concerned about your… Read More »


What are the Legal Consequences of Custodial Interference?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Custodial interference occurs when a non-custodial parent attempts to disrupt the custody rights of his or her child’s other parent. When these disruptions are deemed severe, the offending parent could face serious legal repercussions, including the placing of limitations on visitation. To learn more about custodial interference, including what to avoid or how to… Read More »


Accounting for Digital Assets in a Prenuptial Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Like any other type of asset, couples can choose to share digital assets with a spouse or can instead opt to keep those assets separate. However, in order to make this type of arrangement legally enforceable, a couple will need to enter into a pre or postnuptial agreement, which will lay out how digital… Read More »


The Right of First Refusal in a Child Custody Case

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The specific terms of a parenting plan will depend on the circumstances of the parties involved, as well as what type of arrangement is deemed to be in a child’s best interests. There are, however, some provisions that tend to crop up again and again in parenting plans, regardless of the parties’ circumstances, one… Read More »


What are My Legal Remedies if My Former Spouse Stops Paying Alimony?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Spousal maintenance, or alimony, is a form of compensation that is paid by one former spouse to another after the couple’s marriage has been terminated. When someone fails to comply with a court order to pay alimony, there could be a number of remedies available to the wronged party. To learn more about the… Read More »


Establishing a Temporary Custody Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For some families, the best custody arrangement for a child, at least in the short-term, involves residing with an extended family member rather than a parent. This type of arrangement isn’t unheard of in Florida, where courts regularly grant what is referred to as temporary custody, in which a relative besides a parent is… Read More »

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