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What is Overparenting?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although many people imagine that children of divorce are given less attention from both of their parents, or enjoy a less stable environment, the reality is that it is actually quite common for divorced parents to increase their efforts towards providing a loving home and strong parental supervision for their children following the dissolution… Read More »

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What Factors Could Impact Post-Divorce Child Support Payments?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a couple has children and later decides to dissolve their marriage, the finalization of that divorce also heralds the beginning of a variety of other processes related to establishing child support arrangements and time sharing schedules. Even when established, agreements regarding such issues can change after divorce, especially when it comes to child… Read More »

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An Overview of Alimony Awards in Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

One of the issues with which divorcing couples must grapple after filing for divorce is whether one of the parties will be required to provide spousal maintenance to the other, either on a short-term or long-term basis. Which of these arrangements applies depends in large part on the parties’ financial circumstances, as well as… Read More »

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What Documents do I Need to Provide During the Financial Disclosure Process?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When filing for divorce, Florida couples are required to complete a financial affidavit in which both parties are required to disclose all of their assets and liabilities. Providing this information is critical to ensuring that all of a couple’s assets are divided fairly and equitably. There are only a few situations where couples are… Read More »

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Temporary Court Orders

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Dissolving a marriage can be a lengthy process, even for couples with a relatively amicable relationship. Recognizing that some issues, particularly those related to parental time sharing, child support, and family expenses must be resolved much earlier than the actual finalization of the divorce, courts often enter temporary family law orders addressing these types… Read More »

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Am I Abandoning My Marital Assets if I Move Out of the Family Home?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

One of the most complicated issues with which divorcing couples are required to grapple is who, if anyone, will retain the family home after filing for divorce. This can be a difficult conversation, especially because a couple’s marital home is often their most valuable asset, so many spouses fear that if they move out… Read More »

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Can My Foreign Born Spouse Relocate with My Children Following Our Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

As it becomes easier and easier to travel to and from foreign countries and technological advances continue to make communication less complicated, maintaining relationships between parties who live in different countries has also become easier than ever. Unfortunately, hailing from different countries can make the divorce process much more complicated in the event that… Read More »

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The Challenges of Filing for Divorce in Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although divorce is not usually a pleasant process, it is not always a negative one, as dissolving a marriage can give unhappy couples the chance to start over and can also save people from unhealthy or abusive relationships. This does not mean, however, that obtaining a divorce is a simple process in Florida, or… Read More »

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Florida Divorce Law

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Like the rest of the nation, Florida has its own set of laws that are specifically tailored to divorce. Adherence to these laws is critical when filing for divorce, as those who fail to do so could end up delaying the dissolution of their own marriage by several months or even years. For help… Read More »

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Permanent Alimony Bill Dies in Subcommittee

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Over the last few years, a number of Florida lawmakers have proposed revising the state’s family law code to abolish the ordering of permanent alimony by courts across the state. This year was no exception, as House Bill 1325 was filed earlier in 2019, and if passed, would have gone into effect in July…. Read More »

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