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Category Archives: Fort Lauderdale Divorce


Fate Of Florida’s Alimony And Custody Reform Bills Still Uncertain

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In March, Florida lawmakers passed a series of laws, which, if enacted, could have significant consequences for divorced couples and co-parents across the state. Governor Ron DeSantis has yet to sign the bill, which is set to go into effect on July 1st if it is not vetoed. Reach out to our legal team… Read More »


Tips For Keeping Divorce Simple

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Ending a marriage is a complicated endeavor and often proves to be an emotionally exhausting process for the parties involved. Fortunately, there are some steps that couples can take to help make their separation and subsequent divorce go as smoothly as possible. Do Some Research Even when a divorce seems like it will be… Read More »


Don’t Forget To Budget For These Common Post-Divorce Expenses

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many couples look no further than just getting through their divorce. This kind of outlook, however, can leave people struggling financially after divorce, unprepared to handle surprising post-divorce expenses. To help you avoid this, we’ve included a brief rundown on the types of expenses you should consider budgeting for both during and after divorce…. Read More »


The Role Of Communication Records In Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who are unable to resolve divorce-related issues in an out-of-court setting will need to go through official court proceedings to legally end their marriage. These proceedings tend to be exhaustive and potentially draining, with both parties required to provide the court with ample paperwork regarding income, shared assets, and their children. Often, a… Read More »


Your Divorce Checklist

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Ending a marriage can be both legally and emotionally complicated. One of the best ways to make this process go as smoothly as possible is to have a plan in place when setting out. We’ve included a few steps that can help you when preparing for your own divorce, but if you still need… Read More »


What If My Spouse Refuses To Sign Our Divorce Papers?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Failing to sign divorce papers does have consequences, as it can delay the finalization of your divorce. Courts will not, however, make someone stay married just because his or her spouse refuses to sign the divorce papers. While it can make the process a lot more time-consuming and frustrating, a person can still get… Read More »


Protecting Your Credit Score During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While many people expect the divorce process to be at least somewhat costly, few realize that it can also affect their financial futures for years to come. Divorce can, for instance, end up negatively impacting a person’s credit report. Below are a few tips that can help divorcing couples protect their credit scores. For… Read More »


Why Do I Need A Forensic Accounting Of My Finances During Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Grappling with the financial aspects of divorce often proves to be one of the most difficult parts of legally ending a marriage. Negotiations can become particularly tense or unproductive if one spouse is less than fully transparent about the family’s finances. In these cases, it may be necessary to conduct a forensic accounting of… Read More »


3 Things To Consider When Drafting A Divorce Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For couples who have decided to end their marriage, a divorce agreement could end up dictating a large part of their post-divorce lives. For this reason, it is in a couple’s best interests to have a thorough understanding of the components of their own divorce agreement. To learn more about what to seek in… Read More »


Serving Divorce Papers On Your Spouse

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce proceedings won’t officially start until someone actually files for divorce, which in turn, requires the serving of divorce papers on the other spouse. Florida requires that petitioners comply with specific service of process rules to ensure that the respondent spouse receives proper notice of the pending legal action. Whether you are the one… Read More »

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