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Category Archives: Fort Lauderdale Divorce

2023

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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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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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Why Is Divorce So Time-Consuming?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The short answer to this question is that legally ending a marriage is a complicated process that requires the resolution of a lot of issues, including how to divide marital property and if a couple has children, how they will share custody. These are important issues that cannot be addressed haphazardly, but require time… Read More »

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A Few Tips To Help You Get The Most Out Of Your Divorce Settlement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While it can seem almost impossible to put a value on the effort and sacrifices that a couple invests in building a life around a marriage, that is basically what a judge will attempt to do when coming up with a divorce settlement agreement. When determining how to divide assets, for instance, courts will… Read More »

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The First Steps Of The Florida Divorce Process

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Deciding to get divorced can feel like the first major hurdle of the divorce process. While it is an important one, there are still a lot of steps that couples will need to take before they can finalize their dissolution and move on with their post-divorce lives. If you are thinking about divorce, consider… Read More »

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How Do I Contest A Modification Of My Divorce Decree?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In an ideal world, all divorce agreements would be fair, equally serving both parties’ interests. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always end up being the case, which can have significant repercussions for a wronged spouse, making it difficult for that person to move on with his or her life. Even when an agreement is fair, there… Read More »

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What Are Status Quo Orders?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A status quo order is a type of administrative order that automatically applies to family law cases in many jurisdictions in Florida. These orders usually contain provisions that require divorcing couples to continue paying common household expenses, like utility bills and health insurance premiums. This can help ensure that couples won’t have to worry… Read More »

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