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What To Know About Florida’s Divorce Timeline

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Some of the most common questions we receive at our firm involve the duration of the divorce process. Spanning in length from as little as a month to over a year, how long a divorce takes to finalize depends on the nature of the case itself, including whether the divorce is contested or uncontested…. Read More »

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Are You Involved In A High-Conflict Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While ending a marriage is always emotional and difficult, there’s a big difference between an average divorce and a high-conflict divorce. The latter are extremely tumultuous and usually marked by relentless and intense disputes that go on for months or even years. These kinds of divorces must almost always be resolved in court with… Read More »

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Do You Need Temporary Child Support During Your Florida Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When two parents get divorced in Florida, the parties will inevitably need to adjust their financial situations to account for going from one household to two. Just because only one parent stays in the house with the kids, however, doesn’t mean that the other is off the hook when it comes to helping financially… Read More »

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School’s Out For Summer: Planning Your Kids’ Vacation After Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Summer vacation is about strengthening family relationships and friendships, while giving children a break from the daily grind of school. Unfortunately, the logistics of planning a summer vacation after divorce can become a lot more complicated for co-parents. Today we’ve provided you with a few tips on how to approach any problems you may… Read More »

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The Child Specialist’s Role In Collaborative Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Not all divorces require that a couple goes to court. In fact, more and more couples are using alternative dispute methods, like collaborative divorce, as a way to resolve their differences without the interference of a judge. These methods have proven to be particularly helpful in cases where a couple shares children, as the… Read More »

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Pre-Divorce Planning

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Approaching divorce with a clear understanding of the process and the steps you can take to prepare for it can make all the difference in helping you navigate the challenges of ending a marriage. Read on for some tips on pre-divorce planning. Gathering Documents  When trying to come up with a divorce settlement, couples… Read More »

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Accounting For Bonuses When Calculating Child Support In Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, family law judges, when calculating child support, are required to adhere to strict guidelines that take into account the parties’ incomes, expenses, and time-sharing arrangement. This does not, however, mean that calculating child support is not without its difficulties. Determining what qualifies as income, for instance, can be complicated, especially for those… Read More »

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What To Pack For Child Custody Exchanges

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When two parents get divorced, it is not only they, but also their children who will need to adjust to living in two separate households. What such a schedule looks like will depend on the parenting plan that a couple comes up with or that a court puts in place. In either case, at… Read More »

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Administrative Child Support In Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, just because two parents get divorced doesn’t mean that they no longer have financial obligations to their children. Instead, courts will assess a child’s needs, as well as both parents’ incomes and their time-sharing agreement to determine which parent will be required to make monthly support payments to the other. Child support… Read More »

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What Are Standard Visitation Schedules?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Parents who divorce have the option of coming up with their own unique parenting plans and visitation schedules. However, when two parties are unable to reach an agreement on how to share custody, courts are often required to step in and implement a plan on the parties’ behalf. In these cases, where both parents… Read More »

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