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The Florida Divorce Process

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Obtaining a divorce can be a complicated process, as it requires compliance with a host of complex procedural rules. We’ve included a breakdown of what the divorce process entails, but still strongly encourage those who are thinking about ending their marriage, to reach out to an experienced Fort Lauderdale divorce lawyer for a more… Read More »

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What Your Marital Settlement Should Contain

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Marital settlement agreements are negotiated contracts that contain the terms of a couple’s divorce. As legally enforceable contracts, these agreements play a critical role in a couple’s post-divorce lives, including how their assets will be divided and whether one party is entitled to alimony. Mistakes or a failure to address an important issue can… Read More »

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Documents You Should Collect to Prepare for Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Besides being a potentially emotionally challenging process, divorce is also complex and involves a significant amount of paperwork. Fortunately, this process can be made much more straightforward if the parties begin collecting important documentation as soon as possible. Although taking this step will save the parties time and money, while also helping things move… Read More »

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Paying for Your Child’s Education After Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The cost of obtaining a post-secondary education, whether at a university or technical training school, has become increasingly expensive. For this reason, it is not uncommon for couples who are going through a divorce to worry about how their child’s education will be provided for down the road. Generally, Florida only requires that parents… Read More »

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Imputing Income in Florida Divorce Proceedings

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a couple goes through a divorce, a family law court will be tasked with examining both spouses’ incomes, in conjunction with other relevant facts, when making certain decisions. This information will, for instance, be used in determining whether one spouse will be required to make spousal maintenance payments to the other. Similarly, if… Read More »

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Financial Issues that Could Surprise You During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While it is true that most families who file for divorce expect to grapple with some financial obstacles, including deciding who will retain what property, child support, and whether one spouse will be required to pay alimony to the other, there are a few different financial issues that still take people by surprise. For… Read More »

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The Unique Aspects of a High Asset Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Most divorces come with at least some degree of complexity. Those who have decided to dissolve their marriages after building significant financial security together, however, tend to face unique difficulties. For instance, the sheer number and types of assets acquired during some marriages can make it difficult to identify, categorize, and then appraise marital… Read More »

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Do I Need a QDRO in My Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who decide to end their marriages in Florida must divide all of their assets in an equitable manner. This applies not only to bank account funds, real estate, and personal possessions, but also to investments and retirement accounts, with division of the latter often proving to be particularly complicated. For instance, unless two… Read More »

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Why You Should Consider Hiring an Expert in Your Divorce Case

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While it may be tempting to try and resolve your divorce proceedings on your own, doing so is often much more complicated than it may seem. Many divorces, for example, require the aid of experts who can help discover whether one spouse is hiding assets, how much one party should pay in alimony, and… Read More »

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What Will Happen to My Business if I Get a Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Running a business or starting a professional practice involves a significant amount of risk, hard work, investment, and commitment. The potential for failure even for those who use the greatest care possible is still high, even once a customer or client base has been established, especially in the event of divorce. In fact, this… Read More »

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