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Managing Debt in Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When faced with the prospect of divorce, it’s only natural for couples to start worrying about property division, especially about how their assets will be split. While asset division is an extremely important part of the divorce process, it’s important that couples not overlook the impact of debt not only in divorce proceedings, but… Read More »


Will a Deposition be Necessary for My Florida Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Litigating a divorce involves multiple phases, one of which is known as discovery. This is the stage of divorce proceedings in which couples and their attorneys try to collect evidence and if requested, share it with the other side. Taking depositions is a common aspect of this process and involves both parties’ attorneys asking… Read More »


How Much Will My Florida Divorce Cost?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

One of the most common questions we hear from clients is how much they can expect a divorce to cost. Unfortunately, there isn’t really a universal answer to this question, as each case is unique and so will come with its own challenges in providing this kind of estimation. For a better idea of… Read More »


The Benefits of Hiring a Professional Appraiser During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Every Florida divorce requires the division of a couple’s assets. For those whose marriages were relatively short, who have prenuptial agreements in place, or who don’t own particularly rare or uncommon assets, this process often proves to be relatively straightforward. Couples with a high net worth or who have been married for many years,… Read More »


Retaining Your Privacy Through Collaborative Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Going through a divorce is not always a private process. In fact, couples who file for divorce in court can expect that the complete record of those proceedings will be a matter of public record. This means that a significant amount of financial and personal information will theoretically be available to the public. Fortunately,… Read More »


Do I Need to Go to Court to Obtain a Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Before Florida adopted a no-fault approach to divorce, couples who decided to end their marriages were always required to go to court. This is, however, no longer required and many couples are able to avoid litigating their case entirely. Unfortunately, this is not always possible, in which case, the parties involved should be represented… Read More »


What Happens to Couples Who Divorce with a Prenuptial Agreement in Place?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Prenuptial agreements have become an increasingly popular way for soon-to-be-married couples to protect their financial interests in the event of divorce. There are actually a number of things that can be accomplished by entering into a prenuptial agreement, all of which can make the process of ending a marriage much easier. If you are… Read More »


The Most Common Questions About Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Divorce is complicated, but most people are familiar with the main aspects of the process. Many couples, for instance, are aware that they will have to divide at least some of their assets before their divorce will be finalized. It is still not uncommon, however, for couples to still have questions about some of… Read More »


Could I be Eligible for a Permanent Alimony Award if My Marriage Doesn’t Qualify as Long Term?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Whether a court decides to award alimony in a particular case depends on a number of factors, one of which is the length of the marriage in question. In fact, some types of alimony are only considered in cases that involve marriages of a certain length. Permanent periodic alimony payments, for instance, are only… Read More »


Appealing a Divorce Judgment

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Florida law guarantees residents the right to appeal certain court rulings, whether criminal or civil, including final divorce judgments. There are, however, limitations to these appeals, so if you believe that you may need to appeal a divorce order, or are intending to seek an appeal, it is important to consult with an experienced… Read More »

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