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Why Your Date Of Separation Is Important

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

It is a common misconception in Florida that couples can get legally separated. While the reality is that Florida doesn’t actually recognize this type of legal action, the date that a couple separates can play a significant role in the divorce process. The date that a couple decides to lead separate lives, for instance,… Read More »


Do Sperm And Egg Donors Have Parental Rights Under Florida Law?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

There are a lot of ways to create a family. Advancements in the medical field, for instance, have made it possible to use in vitro fertilization, often with the help of a surrogate, to conceive a child. While these types of procedures are becoming more common, they still raise a lot of questions about… Read More »


Could My Travel Schedule Affect My Child Custody Arrangement?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many people are required to travel for work. While this may not be a significant issue when a couple is married, the amount and duration of that travel can end up becoming an important concern for separated parents in terms of child custody arrangements. Having a thorough understanding of the statutory guidelines that are… Read More »


Factors To Consider When Valuing Your Marital Home

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The fate of the family home is one of the biggest concerns for couples who decide to divorce. There are, however, a number of variables that couples should consider before deciding who, if anyone, will retain the residence. To learn more about these factors, consult with your Fort Lauderdale property division lawyer today. Financial… Read More »


How Do Courts Determine Parental Responsibility?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a married couple has children and decides to divorce, they must establish a custody order with the courts before that dissolution can be finalized. This requires the parents, or a judge, to come up with a plan in which the two parties share not only physical time with their child, but also decision… Read More »


Dates To Keep In Mind When Seeking Alimony

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Certain parts of the divorce process are dictated, at least in part, by a few specific dates. Because these dates can play such a significant role in a divorce, especially in regards to alimony determinations, divorcing couples should be sure to speak with an experienced Fort Lauderdale alimony lawyer, who can explain what kinds… Read More »


Protecting Your Credit After Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Ending a marriage can come with emotional, legal, and practical implications. Many couples, for instance, worry about protecting their credit scores during divorce, especially if they are struggling financially. Fortunately, there are steps that couples can take to help avoid these kinds of problems, so if you and your partner have decided to end… Read More »


Appealing A Child Custody Ruling

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorcing parents are generally encouraged to work together to come up with their own parenting plan, which includes details not only about how the parents will divide physical time with their child, but how they will share responsibility for childcare-related decision making. Reaching such an agreement is not, however, always possible, in which case… Read More »


Is There A Benefit To Filing For Divorce First?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Even if you and your spouse are already considering divorce, you may not yet have decided who will file the petition with the court. Who actually files for divorce can have an enormous emotional impact, can affect the timing of divorce, and can determine who will be responsible for certain fees. For help determining… Read More »


How Divorce Can Affect Your Beneficiary Status

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A lot of things change after divorce besides a couple’s marital status. Divorcing couples can, for instance, expect to undergo a change in living arrangement and financial status once their marriage has been terminated. As a part of these adjustments, divorcing couples should also expect their designations as each other’s beneficiaries to change, which… Read More »

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