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The Challenges of Grey Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Dissolving the marriage of a couple, each of whom is over the age of 50 years old, which is more commonly known as a grey divorce, tends to be emotionally and financially traumatic for the parties involved, who may have spent decades as companions. Couples who have been married for many years are also… Read More »


Child Support Expenditures

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples with children face unique difficulties when it comes to divorce, one of which is child support. It is not uncommon for a divorced Florida parent to struggle financially after ending a marriage with his or her child’s other parent. In these cases, the custodial parent is often awarded child support payments, which are… Read More »


Is a Birdnesting Arrangement Right for My Family?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While divorce is often difficult for all members of a family, children tend to have the hardest time adapting to post-divorce life. Fortunately, there are a few different ways that parents can help ease their children into the changes that a divorce entails. One of these methods is known as birdnesting and involves allowing… Read More »


The Importance of Conducting a Vocational Evaluation During Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While a vocational evaluation may seem like an assessment that could only play a role in job placement, the reality is that this type of expert opinion can also be highly beneficial during divorce. For instance, vocational evaluations can play a crucial role when it comes to making decisions about alimony and child support… Read More »


Dividing Debt During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a couple gets married, there’s a good chance that their finances already have, or will soon become, commingled to a certain degree. Whether this takes the form of purchasing a home together, opening a joint credit card account, taking out a car loan, or consolidating educational debt, taking these steps, while it may… Read More »


Invalidating a Prenuptial Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Love is an intense emotion that can prompt couples to make decisions that are not necessarily in their own best interests. This is a common scenario for many who decide to get married, and before doing so, enter into a prenuptial agreement, but then fail to read it closely or have an attorney review… Read More »


Inheritance and Property Division

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, a married couple’s assets are divided into two categories: marital assets and separate property. The former generally refers to all property that is acquired by either spouse during the course of their marriage, while the letter is made up of assets that the parties brought into the marriage. When a couple decides… Read More »


Including Virtual Visitation in Your Parenting Plan

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Recent advancements in technology have made it easier than ever for parents to keep in contact with their children through a trend commonly known as virtual visitation. Virtual visitation involves the use of technology by non-custodial parents to speak with their children when they cannot be physically with them. Although courts have warned against… Read More »


Divorce Basics

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For many Florida residents, going through a divorce can be a time-consuming, emotional, and difficult process. This is especially true for divorcing couples who do not have legal representation, as Florida courts require divorcing parties to comply with a series of complex statutes and procedural rules. To ensure that you and your spouse are… Read More »


When do Child Support Obligations End?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, becoming a parent comes with certain rights. For instance, unless there is evidence of abuse or neglect, parents have the right to visitation with their children. There are also, however, specific obligations that go hand in hand with parenthood, including providing financial support to one’s minor children. This obligation does not cease… Read More »

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