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Monthly Archives: March 2022

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Why Do I Need A Forensic Accounting Of My Finances During Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Grappling with the financial aspects of divorce often proves to be one of the most difficult parts of legally ending a marriage. Negotiations can become particularly tense or unproductive if one spouse is less than fully transparent about the family’s finances. In these cases, it may be necessary to conduct a forensic accounting of… Read More »

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3 Things To Consider When Drafting A Divorce Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For couples who have decided to end their marriage, a divorce agreement could end up dictating a large part of their post-divorce lives. For this reason, it is in a couple’s best interests to have a thorough understanding of the components of their own divorce agreement. To learn more about what to seek in… Read More »

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Parenting Plans For Infants

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Having an effective parenting plan is critical for parents who are no longer together, regardless of the age of their children. These arrangements are, however, particularly important for those who are co-parents to infants, who require a lot more hands-on care as they grow. An experienced Fort Lauderdale child visitation and time-sharing lawyer can… Read More »

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Serving Divorce Papers On Your Spouse

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce proceedings won’t officially start until someone actually files for divorce, which in turn, requires the serving of divorce papers on the other spouse. Florida requires that petitioners comply with specific service of process rules to ensure that the respondent spouse receives proper notice of the pending legal action. Whether you are the one… Read More »

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Your Prenup Checklist

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Entering into a prenuptial agreement before marriage has become increasingly common in Florida, with many soon-to-be married couples looking to secure their financial futures in the event of divorce. Drafting a fair and binding prenuptial agreement can, however, be complex, so if you are planning on getting married and have questions about protecting your… Read More »

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Helping Kids Adjust To Visitation

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce doesn’t end parental obligations to their children, so while divorced couples may find new places to live, open new bank accounts, and even start new relationships, those who share children will still need to work together when it comes to co-parenting. This can be complicated, especially following an acrimonious divorce. There are, however,… Read More »

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Do I Have To Share My Inheritance After Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Deciding who will retain which assets after divorce often proves to be one of the most complex aspects of ending a marriage, with both parties wishing to keep what is rightfully theirs. In Florida, couples are generally required to divide all of their marital assets, or property acquired during the marriage, equitably. This is… Read More »

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What Information About My Divorce Is Available To The Public?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Most family court records are available to the public and can be accessed at the local county clerk’s office or online. Divorce, which falls under the umbrella of family law is usually no different. There are, however, certain circumstances where divorce records can be kept private. For help determining whether it is possible for… Read More »

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