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Getting On Your Financial Feet After Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The finances of divorce can be stressful and confusing. The financial decisions you make before, during and soon after your divorce can have a significant impact on your financial health for years to come. Take some time now to make sound decisions regarding your income, budget, estate plan and other financial choices — so… Read More »

Child Support And Special Needs

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Under Florida law, parents have an obligation to support their children until they reach the age of majority. Under certain conditions, that obligation might extend beyond the 18th birthday. In a family with a child with special needs, the parents might need to provide financial support indefinitely.  Children with mental, physical or emotional special… Read More »

When Your Ex Is Threatening Violence

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A New York resident was recently arrested in Sarasota for attempting to purchase a firearm. The man was charged with a number of felony counts, including aggravated harassment for violating an order of protection.  People can be unpredictable, and stressful events such as divorce can bring out a violent side in almost anyone. Generally… Read More »

International Relocation After Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In the current climate of economic instability, it is not uncommon for Florida residents to seek more favorable employment opportunities out of state. Divorced parents of minor children sometimes need to relocate to a new job, a healthier economy or to enjoy the support of extended family. Relocation after divorce is not a simple… Read More »

Disestablishing Paternity In Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The Florida court system is designed to protect the rights and interests of children. When a child is born into a marriage, that child is considered to be legitimate. The fact that modern science now offers us the tools to prove or disprove biological paternity might not mean that we necessarily should, especially if… Read More »

How To Protect Your Assets From Division In Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, all marital assets are subject to equitable distribution after divorce. This means that all property, real estate, cash and other assets of value that were acquired or increased in value during the marriage are divided up in some manner that is fair. Many divorcing couples enter a marriage with their own assets… Read More »

Supervised Visitation With Parents And Relatives

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Family relationships can be complex. In some cases, during a custody hearing, a judge might order that visitation between a parent and child to be supervised by a third party. This person creates a buffer between the parent and child to establish a sense of safety while the two work on building their relationship. … Read More »

How Modern Technology Can Be Part Of Your Parenting Plan

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When parents get divorced, they often need to make lifestyle changes to adapt to their new circumstances. When parents no longer live with their children full-time, they benefit from establishing creative means of communication to stay involved in their child’s daily life. When establishing a time-sharing schedule and parenting plan, don’t overlook the many… Read More »

How Might Adultery Affect My Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The state of Florida has joined the majority of states that have abolished the concept of fault in divorce. In order to file for divorce, neither partner is required to prove fault, nor does fault have any bearing on the divorce itself. If one partner was unfaithful during the marriage and this fact resulted… Read More »

School Refusal And Your Child

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

According to Florida law, children are required to attend school. Sometimes, a child who is experiencing an unusually stressful situation refuses to go to school. School refusal, also called school phobia, is not a simple case of a missed day or two. School refusal can be a serious anxiety-related condition that emerges from a… Read More »

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