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Examples of Florida Time-Sharing Schedules

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

There is no “one size fits all” parenting plan. Instead, the kind of time-sharing schedule that works for a family will depend on their specific circumstances, including the ages of the children, the distances between the parents’ homes, and the wishes of the parties involved. There are, however, a few different types of schedules… Read More »


How is Child Support Calculated in Florida?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Child support is a critical issue for parents who have decided to separate, as this financial obligation not only impacts a parent’s ability to provide for his or her child, but also affects the income available to each parent for setting up a separate household. Fortunately, child support in Florida is relatively predictable, meaning… Read More »


Appealing a Divorce Judgment

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Florida law guarantees residents the right to appeal certain court rulings, whether criminal or civil, including final divorce judgments. There are, however, limitations to these appeals, so if you believe that you may need to appeal a divorce order, or are intending to seek an appeal, it is important to consult with an experienced… Read More »


Common Child Support Questions

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Parents who decide to separate are required to contend with a number of complicated legal issues, including who will pay child support. While we have included a list of some of the most common questions we are asked about child support in Florida, we also recognize that these are by no means the only… Read More »


What Documents do I Need When Preparing a Prenuptial Agreement?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While creating a prenuptial agreement may be the last thing on a couple’s mind before tying the knot, taking this step is one of the best ways to protect both parties’ assets. Entering into these agreements can be a difficult process and requires both parties to compile, organize, and present a significant number of… Read More »


What to Include in Your Long Distance Parenting Plan

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When it comes to child custody, Florida courts are generally in favor of creating a schedule that allows a child to continue building a strong relationship with both parents. This is often a relatively simple task in cases where two parents have an amicable relationship and live near each other. It can, however, become… Read More »


What Expenses Does Child Support Cover?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many parents who owe and receive child support have questions about what those funds can be used for. Fortunately, parents can generally use these checks in any way that benefits their child, although the cost of providing, clothing, shelter, and housing should take precedence. To learn more about how to utilize child support payments… Read More »


Updating Important Documentation During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who decide to end their marriages are required to provide each other, their attorneys, and the courts with a wide range of documentation. For instance, besides being asked to produce financial disclosure documentation, couples may also be presented with a Request for Production, a Request for Admissions, or interrogatories. The sheer number of… Read More »


Are You Concerned About a Hidden Bank Account?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The divorce process requires that couples contend with a number of important issues, with property and debt division often making their way to the top of the list. While many spouses are honest with each other regarding their assets, some fail to fully disclose what they own, which can significantly affect the fairness of… Read More »


Are Parenting Classes Required in a Florida Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who share children and who decide to end their marriages are required to contend with a host of related issues, including creating a parenting time plan and coming up with a child support arrangement. Additionally, parents are required to engage in a parenting course before a judge will actually finalize a divorce. While… Read More »

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