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Do I Need a Forensic Accountant on My Divorce Team?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Financial issues are some of the most contentious that a couple will face during divorce. Fortunately, there is no need to grapple with these types of complicated matters on your own. In fact, most couples are specifically encouraged to avoid going this route, but to instead create a divorce team that is equipped to… Read More »

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Collecting Overdue Child Support in Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, parenthood comes with certain legal rights and obligations. For instance, barring allegations of abuse or criminal activity, a parent has the right to visitation with his or her child. However, parenthood also comes with the obligation to financially support a child at least until he or she reaches the age of majority…. Read More »

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The Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Being a divorced parent is hard enough, but those who are both divorced and serving in the military are required to grapple with particularly complex issues. Fortunately, Florida lawmakers addressed some of these difficulties by passing The Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act (UDPCVA) last year, which allows deployed parents to file motions… Read More »

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Tips to Help You Avoid Trouble During Your Collaborative Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Unlike in prior decades, when couples were forced to provide evidence of fault in order to obtain a divorce, litigation is no longer necessary when it comes to dissolving a marriage. Instead, couples have the option of attempting other means of ending a marriage, such as collaborative divorce. Unlike litigated divorces, collaborative divorces encourage… Read More »

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Avoid Making These Common Financial Missteps During Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Dissolving a marriage is never easy, especially when it comes to splitting up the assets that a couple worked so hard to accumulate. Protecting these assets is more important than ever when ending a marriage, as doing so is critical to ensuring that both parties receive a fair share of the marital property. Unfortunately,… Read More »

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Alternatives to Litigating Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although divorce is notorious for being a time-consuming and emotional process, there are ways to make the process easier on all of the parties involved. For instance, litigating a divorce is not always necessary, as many couples are able to dissolve their marriages through less acrimonious methods, such as mediation or collaborative divorce. If… Read More »

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Co-Parenting Tips for the Coming School Year

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Balancing employment, with paying bills, maintaining a household, and raising a child can be challenging on its own, but attempting to co-parent with your former partner can make these situations even more difficult, especially during the school year. Fortunately, there are a number of steps that parents can take to make this process easier,… Read More »

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Is Joint Custody Presumed to be Better for a Child?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Generally, Florida courts view arrangements in which divorced parents share responsibility for and time with their child as being in a child’s best interests. For this reason, most judges opt for shared custody arrangements when tasked with creating a parenting plan for a divorcing couple. However, these types of arrangements are not always in… Read More »

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Important Steps to Take After the Finalization of Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many couples who decide to end their marriages mistakenly believe that their troubles will end after their divorce is finalized. The reality, however, is that there are still a number of steps that recently divorced parties must take once a judge signs off on their final order, so if you and your spouse were… Read More »

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Liquidating Your Assets During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who decide to get divorced in Florida are required to divide all of their marital property, or property that was acquired by either spouse during the marriage. In some cases, this involves one spouse retaining ownership of certain assets, while giving up ownership of others. It is also not uncommon, however, for divorcing… Read More »

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