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Frequently Asked Questions About Florida’s Family Law Financial Affidavit

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Legally ending a marriage requires couples to divulge a wide range of information about their lives, including details about their finances. To make this process easier and to ensure that parties fully disclose their assets and debts, Florida law requires that all divorcing couples complete a financial affidavit. Leaving something off of a financial… Read More »


Collecting Interest on Unpaid Postnuptial Agreement Awards

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Getting a favorable ruling from a judge during divorce litigation can feel like a win. There could be occasions, however, where despite a clear order from a judge, a former spouse fails to do what he or she is supposed to once the divorce is actually finalized. It is, for instance, not uncommon for… Read More »


Dividing Challenging Assets During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The property division process isn’t always as simple as deciding on the value of a divorcing couple’s assets and making a fair split. Instead, divorcing parties should expect some of their assets to have declined or increased in value during the course of their marriage. In other cases, obtaining a proper valuation of an… Read More »


Retaining Your Privacy Through Collaborative Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Going through a divorce is not always a private process. In fact, couples who file for divorce in court can expect that the complete record of those proceedings will be a matter of public record. This means that a significant amount of financial and personal information will theoretically be available to the public. Fortunately,… Read More »


Do I Need to Go to Court to Obtain a Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Before Florida adopted a no-fault approach to divorce, couples who decided to end their marriages were always required to go to court. This is, however, no longer required and many couples are able to avoid litigating their case entirely. Unfortunately, this is not always possible, in which case, the parties involved should be represented… Read More »


What Happens to Couples Who Divorce with a Prenuptial Agreement in Place?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Prenuptial agreements have become an increasingly popular way for soon-to-be-married couples to protect their financial interests in the event of divorce. There are actually a number of things that can be accomplished by entering into a prenuptial agreement, all of which can make the process of ending a marriage much easier. If you are… Read More »


The Most Common Questions About Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce is complicated, but most people are familiar with the main aspects of the process. Many couples, for instance, are aware that they will have to divide at least some of their assets before their divorce will be finalized. It is still not uncommon, however, for couples to still have questions about some of… Read More »


Five Options for Establishing Paternity

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The relationship between a child and a parent is one of the most important in a person’s life. Determining whether this relationship exists, however, can be difficult, especially for fathers. In Florida, there are a few different options for establishing paternity. Which of these options is best for a family depends on the specific… Read More »


Tips on Handling a Child Custody Dispute

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Child custody disputes can be some of the most challenging and emotional experiences of a parent’s life. Fortunately, there are steps that parents can take to increase the likelihood of resolving their issue as quickly and smoothly as possible. Please call our dedicated Fort Lauderdale child custody lawyers to learn more about how you… Read More »


Could I be Eligible for a Permanent Alimony Award if My Marriage Doesn’t Qualify as Long Term?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Whether a court decides to award alimony in a particular case depends on a number of factors, one of which is the length of the marriage in question. In fact, some types of alimony are only considered in cases that involve marriages of a certain length. Permanent periodic alimony payments, for instance, are only… Read More »

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