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Monthly Archives: February 2023


What Are The Different Kinds Of Spousal Maintenance In Florida?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many people are surprised to learn that their financial responsibilities to a former spouse don’t end just because they get divorced. This is because, under Florida, a higher earning spouse can be legally required to make monthly alimony, or spousal maintenance payments, to a lesser earning spouse once a divorce has been finalized. These… Read More »


What To Know About Parenting Coordination In Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce can be emotionally grueling for the parties involved, especially for a couple’s children, who may not fully grasp how and why their lives are about to change. Because it is not possible to fully shelter children from custody and parenting time issues, Florida lawmakers instituted a type of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) called… Read More »


The Difference Between Annulment And Divorce In Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A lot of people are unsure of the difference between annulment and divorce. While it’s true that the two terms are often used interchangeably and both involve the legal termination of marriage, the two processes are actually very different. Read on to learn more about annulment versus divorce under Florida law. What is Divorce?… Read More »


When Separate Property Becomes Marital Property

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, divorcing couples can’t legally end their marriages until they have contended with a number of related issues, like property division. Under the laws of the state, only marital assets, or assets acquired during the marriage, must be split upon divorce. Separate property, or assets acquired by either party before the marriage took… Read More »


Splitting Educational Expenses When You’re Divorced

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When two parents divorce, they need to learn how to co-parent effectively, but also how best to manage their child’s expenses, including his or her education-related costs. Some of these costs will be covered by child support, but many more will fall outside the parameters of these payments, leaving parents to decide how to… Read More »


Florida Divorce Law

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

It is important for those who are thinking of divorce in Florida to have a thorough understanding of the divorce laws in the state. For instance, a couple cannot file for divorce in Florida unless one of the parties has lived in the state for at least six months. To learn more about the… Read More »


When Can A Co-Parent See Your Child’s Medical Records?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Under Florida law, both of a child’s parents have the legal right to access information and records related to that child. This includes the right to look at medical and school records and to speak with a child’s doctor or teacher about the child’s well-being or development. The only way to keep another parent… Read More »


Could A Change In My Schedule Justify A Parenting Plan Modification?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

It’s not uncommon for parents to experience a change in their work or personal schedules that necessitates a modification in their custody arrangements. In fact, this happens all the time, especially as children grow and their own needs change. At the end of the day, whether a judge will permit a family to make… Read More »

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