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Common Post-Divorce Legal Issues

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A lot of people mistakenly believe that once they receive a final divorce decree, their legal issues (with their former spouse) will be over. The reality, however, is that for many individuals, divorce-related legal matters simply don’t end when a divorce is finalized. Instead, the parties may need to address post-divorce legal issues, like… Read More »


Signs That Your Child Might Be Struggling With Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce is never easy, especially when children are involved. It’s natural for kids to feel confused, sad, or even angry when they find out that their family is changing, but some behaviors could indicate that they’re having a harder time coping than expected. We’ve listed a few red flags to keep an eye out… Read More »


The Basics Of Filing For Divorce In Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The divorce laws of every state vary, so it’s a good idea for Florida couples who are thinking about ending their marriages to become familiar with Florida’s specific divorce filing-related rules. For help navigating the Florida divorce process, or for assistance with your divorce-related questions and concerns, call our legal team or send us… Read More »


The Difference Between Annulment And Divorce In Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A lot of people are unsure of the difference between annulment and divorce. While it’s true that the two terms are often used interchangeably and both involve the legal termination of marriage, the two processes are actually very different. Read on to learn more about annulment versus divorce under Florida law. What is Divorce?… Read More »


Florida Divorce Law

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

It is important for those who are thinking of divorce in Florida to have a thorough understanding of the divorce laws in the state. For instance, a couple cannot file for divorce in Florida unless one of the parties has lived in the state for at least six months. To learn more about the… Read More »


Three New Year’s Resolutions For Divorcing Couples

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The New Year’s holiday is a good time for reflection not only on the things that took place during the previous year, but on what a person hopes to accomplish in the next one. It can, unfortunately, be hard to see things that way when going through a divorce. Just because you are still… Read More »


The Tax Implications Of Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce changes a couple’s life in a lot of ways, including financially. Some of those financial changes are obvious. A couple will, for instance, have to divide their marital assets and one spouse could be entitled to alimony or child support. All of these changes could end up having a significant financial impact on… Read More »


Common Questions About Florida Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Getting divorced is a serious decision that can affect not only the future of your relationship, but also custody of your children, ownership of your assets, and your financial prospects. Because it has such wide-ranging consequences, making this decision requires a lot of contemplation and planning. To this end, we’ve included answers to some… Read More »


Divorcing Later In Life

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorcing at any age can be an emotional and stressful endeavor, but ending a marriage later in life tends to come with its own set of difficulties. For instance, many couples who have been together for a number of years, or even decades, find it hard to adapt to living apart and may also… Read More »


Situations That Could Complicate Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The process of obtaining a divorce can be time-consuming and arduous, or it can be relatively quick and amicable. Generally, if both parties agree to the divorce, then the proceedings will go a lot smoother and be resolved more quickly. Certain complications, on the other hand, if they arise, can derail the most amicable… Read More »

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