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What To Know About Florida’s Divorce Timeline

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Some of the most common questions we receive at our firm involve the duration of the divorce process. Spanning in length from as little as a month to over a year, how long a divorce takes to finalize depends on the nature of the case itself, including whether the divorce is contested or uncontested…. Read More »


Are You Involved In A High-Conflict Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While ending a marriage is always emotional and difficult, there’s a big difference between an average divorce and a high-conflict divorce. The latter are extremely tumultuous and usually marked by relentless and intense disputes that go on for months or even years. These kinds of divorces must almost always be resolved in court with… Read More »


The Child Specialist’s Role In Collaborative Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Not all divorces require that a couple goes to court. In fact, more and more couples are using alternative dispute methods, like collaborative divorce, as a way to resolve their differences without the interference of a judge. These methods have proven to be particularly helpful in cases where a couple shares children, as the… Read More »


Pre-Divorce Planning

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Approaching divorce with a clear understanding of the process and the steps you can take to prepare for it can make all the difference in helping you navigate the challenges of ending a marriage. Read on for some tips on pre-divorce planning. Gathering Documents  When trying to come up with a divorce settlement, couples… Read More »


What To Know About Florida Family Law Subpoenas

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While many people may have heard the term “subpoena” on criminal procedure shows, some are still unsure of what this word entails, especially when they encounter it in family law cases. A subpoena is a written order issued by a court that requires the recipient to give testimony or produce documents in a legal… Read More »


How Much Does A Florida Divorce Cost?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Besides being complex and emotionally draining, divorce can also have financial implications. In fact, one of the most common questions we hear at our firm is “How much will my divorce cost?” Unfortunately, the answer can be quite complicated, as the cost of divorce always varies depending on the unique circumstances of a person’s… Read More »


Why Florida’s Divorce Rate Is Higher Than Average

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce rates are on the rise across the country and Florida is no exception to this general trend.  In fact, at 3.4 percent, the divorce rate in Florida is the sixth highest in the U.S. This has largely been attributed to a few different characteristics that are specific to the state itself. Florida’s no-fault… Read More »


What Is In-Home Separation?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many couples who decide to get divorced first enter into a trial separation, where they both live under the same roof, but start the process of disentangling their lives. Unfortunately, separation is not legally recognized in Florida, so it’s important for couples to take certain steps to legally separate their interests, particularly if they… Read More »


A Brief Breakdown Of The Divorce Process In Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce can be emotionally grueling, but it is first and foremost a legal process. Florida, like each state, has its own laws and procedures in place when it comes to how courts handle divorces. Having a good understanding of this process can help couples more easily navigate the legal system and make informed decisions… Read More »


The Fate Of The Family Pet During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a couple decides to divorce they can expect to face a number of complicated issues during their legal proceedings, including whether one spouse will be owed alimony and how the parties will divide their marital assets. While a pet can feel like much more than property and more akin to a family member,… Read More »

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