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Important Changes To Florida’s Alimony Law

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Last year, Governor Ron DeSantis approved a new set of laws that made major changes to the current alimony rules in Florida. These changes officially went into effect last year and could have significant repercussions for divorcing couples across the state. Read on for an update on the most recent changes to Florida’s alimony… Read More »


The Fate Of The Family Pet During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a couple decides to divorce they can expect to face a number of complicated issues during their legal proceedings, including whether one spouse will be owed alimony and how the parties will divide their marital assets. While a pet can feel like much more than property and more akin to a family member,… Read More »


What Is Parental Responsibility?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For many divorcing couples, child custody ends up being one of the most hotly contested issues that they will face, which is why it’s so important for parents who are thinking about divorce to have a thorough understanding of what these kinds of determinations will entail. One of the most important distinctions to make… Read More »


What Is Paternity Testing?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

There are a lot of different ways that couples can establish paternity of a child in Florida. When two parties are unable to agree, however, that someone is a child’s father, then it may be necessary to conduct paternity testing. This in turn, relies on the analysis of DNA samples taken from both the… Read More »


Be Prepared To Analyze Your Prenuptial Agreement During Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Prenuptial agreements have become an increasingly popular way for couples to protect their assets in the event of a divorce. Often, these agreements don’t end up being enforced, as a couple remains married. If, however, two parties do decide to end their marriage and they have a prenuptial agreement in place, then they should… Read More »


Who Keeps The Car In A Florida Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A lot of married couples pool their resources and property when they tie the knot, which means that over time, they are often able to achieve a higher standard of living with their dual incomes. Unfortunately, when couples end a marriage, they must usually adjust that standard again, as not only will their household… Read More »


How Can I Protect My Digital Security During Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The security of your digital assets or online accounts may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you decide to end your marriage. This is understandable, as legally terminating a marriage is an emotional decision that is often accompanied by more pressing issues, like child custody, alimony, and asset division. Digital… Read More »


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 »

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