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Understanding the Best Interests of a Child

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In recent years, Florida lawmakers began directing courts to avoid using the term child custody, but to instead refer to time-sharing and parental responsibility. In making decisions about the division of parenting time and decision making responsibility, judges were further directed to only approve or create arrangements that would be in a child’s best… Read More »

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Do I Need a QDRO in My Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who decide to end their marriages in Florida must divide all of their assets in an equitable manner. This applies not only to bank account funds, real estate, and personal possessions, but also to investments and retirement accounts, with division of the latter often proving to be particularly complicated. For instance, unless two… Read More »

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Avoid These Mistakes in Your Child Custody Case

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Child custody disputes are often challenging, stressful, and emotionally draining, which can create the perfect environment for serious mistakes on the part of those involved. Fortunately, some of the most common child custody errors are actually preventable, making it especially important for those who are engaged in a child custody dispute, to speak with… Read More »

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Why You Should Consider Hiring an Expert in Your Divorce Case

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While it may be tempting to try and resolve your divorce proceedings on your own, doing so is often much more complicated than it may seem. Many divorces, for example, require the aid of experts who can help discover whether one spouse is hiding assets, how much one party should pay in alimony, and… Read More »

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What Will Happen to My Business if I Get a Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Running a business or starting a professional practice involves a significant amount of risk, hard work, investment, and commitment. The potential for failure even for those who use the greatest care possible is still high, even once a customer or client base has been established, especially in the event of divorce. In fact, this… Read More »

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How Could a Hostile Attitude Toward My Spouse Affect My Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Ending a marriage can be an emotional and complicated process, so it is not uncommon, even for the most well-intentioned of individuals, to become frustrated during divorce proceedings. Unfortunately, those feelings can have a negative impact on the outcome of a divorce and can also damage family relationships beyond repair. Having an attorney on… Read More »

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Modifying Alimony in Florida Following Retirement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, individuals who are ordered by the court to pay alimony can later ask a judge to modify the award. However, a court will only grant one of these requests if the petitioner can prove that a modification of the order is justified due to a change in one of the parties’ financial… Read More »

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Can I Still Get a Divorce During Quarantine?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce, which is a process that tends to be complicated by emotional stress, financial uncertainty, and living arrangements at the best of times, has become even more problematic as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is, however, still possible to obtain a divorce, especially for those who retain an experienced Fort Lauderdale divorce… Read More »

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Can I Relocate with My Child After Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Like other states in the country, Florida prohibits parents who share custody from relocating with their children without the consent of the other parent. Unfortunately, despite the existence of these laws, many parents attempt to move with their child without notifying the other, whether out of necessity or spite, so if your former partner… Read More »

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How the Coronavirus Could Impact Your Divorce Proceedings

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While most of us are worried about contracting COVID-19, some individuals are grappling with social distancing and employment concerns, in addition to the complicated factors that accompany the Florida divorce process. You should not have to contend with these issues alone, so if you live in Florida and have questions about how COVID-19 could… Read More »

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