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Monthly Archives: February 2024


What Debts Are Subject To Division During Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

It’s not uncommon for those who get married to pool the majority of their assets. This may eventually involve purchasing a home together, buying a shared car, or even just depositing paychecks into the same checking or savings account. In addition to these assets, many couples also start sharing debt, using shared credit cards… Read More »


5 Things To Think About When Deciding Who Gets The Family Home In A Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For many couples, the family home is their most valuable asset, which can complicate things for those who decide to get divorced. We’ve included a few things to consider for couples trying to determine who, if anyone, will retain the family home after divorce. Property Value  One of the most important factors couples will… Read More »


Balancing Your Work-Home Life As A Co-Parent

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A lot is expected of working parents, who often grapple with trying to balance quality time with their children with work and their day-to-day obligations. This endeavor can feel even more difficult for divorced co-parents. Doing so is not, however, impossible for those who plan ahead. Read on to learn more about balancing your… Read More »


How The Length Of Your Marriage Could Affect Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Courts assess a lot of factors when deciding things like alimony, property division, and child custody during divorce proceedings. The length of a couple’s marriage (the amount of time from the date of the marriage to the date of the divorce filing), for instance, often comes into play when making alimony determinations. Read on… Read More »


What Is A Minute Order?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many families who are involved in divorce and other family law proceedings encounter the term “minute order” and are confused as to its significance. Minute orders are essentially recordings of the content of a hearing and can play an important role in enforcement actions and appeals later on down the road. Read on to… Read More »


Deviating From Florida’s Child Support Guidelines

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, how much a parent must pay in child support is partly based on a predetermined set of child support guidelines. This framework uses a variety of factors to help couples calculate their child support obligations and while judges are usually required to strictly adhere to these guidelines, it is possible in some… Read More »


The Benefits Of Prenuptial Agreements

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The decision to get married is often a romantic one, based on compatibility and a couple’s desire to share their lives. It is, however, important to remember that marriage is also a financial and legal partnership. This is why so many couples choose to enter into prenuptial agreements before they get married. These legal… Read More »


How The Active Appreciation Of Non-Marital Assets Could Affect Your Property Settlement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When one spouse owns property prior to a marriage, then that particular asset is typically classified as his or her separate, or non-marital property (as long as that person doesn’t take steps to convert the property into a jointly owned asset). Property that is categorized as separate remains in the sole possession of the… Read More »

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