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Avoiding Fights Over Property Division During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Whatever led to the breakdown of your marriage, the reality is that getting a divorce will change your life in drastic ways. Issues surrounding property division can cause the greatest amount of stress, as how they are resolved can have a significant impact on a person’s financial status upon divorce. Fortunately, there are things… Read More »


How Your Children Could Benefit From Co-Parenting

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Even after a couple divorces, it is possible for them to continue to successfully co-parent a child together. Doing so will require the creation of a detailed and clear parenting plan, as well as dedication on the parts of both parents, but when successful, can have positive repercussions for the parties’ children for years… Read More »


What Evidence Will I Need For My Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who decide to end their marriages must contend with a host of issues before their union can be legally dissolved. The parties will, for instance, need to decide how marital assets will be divided, whether one of the spouses is entitled to alimony, and if the two share children, how they will divide… Read More »


Involuntary Paternity Determinations

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a married woman gives birth to a child, it is presumed, for legal purposes, that her husband is the child’s father. The issue of paternity becomes more complicated, however, for parents who are unmarried. In these cases, it may be necessary to go through the courts to establish paternity, often against the putative… Read More »


Will The Duration Of My Marriage Affect The Outcome Of My Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

There are a number of factors that courts take into account when making important divorce-related determinations, like whether one party will be required to pay alimony, how child custody will be shared, and property division. One of the most critical factors, however, especially in regards to decisions about alimony, is the length of a… Read More »


Standard Parenting Plans

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Co-parenting often proves to be a challenge for divorcing parents, with many couples disagreeing on issues related to custody and child support. However, a couple won’t be able to finalize their divorce until these issues have been resolved through the drafting of a parenting plan. While Florida family law courts do provide parents with… Read More »


Dealing With Cryptocurrency During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While cryptocurrency used to be considered a fringe technology by many, this is no longer the case. Rather, cryptocurrency is treated as a real asset that can be used by companies, investors, and banks. Digital currency, like any other asset, is divisible upon divorce, so if you or your spouse own cryptocurrency and you… Read More »


Don’t Forget To Budget For These Post-Divorce Expenses

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Even those who are financially responsible often find themselves under pressure after divorce. Budgeting for certain post-divorce expenses can, however, make a significant difference in helping couples avoid financial straits  down the road, so if you and your spouse have decided to end your marriage and you have finance-related questions about how to prepare… Read More »


Top Questions About Child Support

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce can push a person to his or her emotional limits, especially when a couple shares children. For instance, many parents have concerns about how they will financially support their children after divorce, so to help, we’ve included a few answers to the most common questions we hear about child support in Florida. For… Read More »


Parallel Parenting After Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While some parents who decide not to remain in a romantic relationship are able to remain friends after their separation, or are at least able to maintain an amicable relationship for the sake of their children, doing so is not possible for everyone. Fortunately, there are ways to work around a less-than-friendly relationship with… Read More »

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