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Lawmakers Introduce New Child Custody Bills

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Last month, two bills were introduced by Florida lawmakers that, if passed, would require judges to presume that a 50/50 split between two divorced or separated parents is in the best interests of their children. This change could have a significant impact on custody arrangements in the future, so if you and a former… Read More »

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How Using Social Media Could Affect Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Over the last few years, social media has come to play an increasingly important role in how we share information and ideas online. While it is true that social media platforms can provide an easy way to stay in contact with friends and family, they can also have negative repercussions for those who are… Read More »

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Common Property Distribution Issues

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is determining how marital property will be distributed between both spouses once their marriage is officially terminated. Unfortunately, because this process tends to be complicated, many fall prey to avoidable errors or issues that could have far-reaching consequences on their financial futures. To ensure that your… Read More »

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Why You Should Consider Establishing Paternity of Your Child

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Establishing paternity means that a person has been determined to be a child’s legal father. Generally, fathers who are married to the mothers of their children at the time of their child’s birth do not have to take any additional steps to establish paternity. This is not true, however, if two parents were unwed… Read More »

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Who Pays Student Loan Debt in a Florida Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, couples who decide to end their marriages must divide all of their marital assets in an equitable manner. This same rule applies to debts acquired by either party during the course of the marriage. Resolving debt division-related issues can become more complicated, however, when one of the parties has accumulated a significant… Read More »

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Florida’s Custody Relocation Laws

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

There are a variety of reasons why a parent would decide to relocate with his or her children, including everything from remarriage or a new job to poor health and a desire to be closer to family. For those who share custody of their children, however, relocation is not as simple as picking up… Read More »

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What Happens When You Disagree with a Former Partner About Your Child’s Education?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who share children and who have decided to end their relationship face a number of unique difficulties, including the need to navigate the child custody process. Even once custody-related issues have been decided, however, parents must often grapple with complicated issues like making important childcare-related decisions, such as where the couple’s children will… Read More »

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How to Protect Your Separate Property During Marriage

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When Florida couples divorce they are required to divide their marital assets in a fair and reasonable manner, but are permitted to retain their separate assets. It is also possible, however, for assets that initially qualified as separate property to become marital assets during the course of a marriage, in which case, the original… Read More »

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Florida Lawmakers Propose New Alimony Law

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Last month, members of the House Civil Justice Subcommittee approved a bill that, if passed, would place caps on how long a spouse can be required to pay alimony and eliminate lifetime alimony in Florida. To learn more about current alimony laws and how they could affect your own divorce negotiations, please contact an… Read More »

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Looking for Weaknesses in Your Prenuptial Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who enter into prenuptial agreements before getting married often have an easier time when it comes to navigating divorce. This is only true, however, when a prenuptial agreement is executed properly and in accordance with state law, making it especially important for couples who are considering divorce and who already have a prenuptial… Read More »

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