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Common Do it Yourself Divorce Mistakes

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

No couple who is getting a divorce wants their divorce proceedings to be anything other than amicable. The average pair who has decided to go their separate ways is primarily interested in having all legal and financial matters resolved quickly. While it might be tempting to work with your soon to be ex-spouse to… Read More »


Are You Getting a Divorce? Don’t Forget to Update Your Will

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Married couples frequently have mutually beneficial wills and estate plans. This is likely no longer appropriate when you are going through a Florida divorce. Even though you may be feeling overwhelmed by your divorce proceedings, you should discuss your estate planning situation with your attorney. If she does not handle estate planning, ask for… Read More »


Keeping Divorce Costs Down In the State of Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The more information and documentation you can provide your attorney at your very first meeting, the easier it will be for your attorney to represent you efficiently in your divorce. When you make things easier for your attorney by providing detailed information at the very beginning, your attorney will be able to streamline the… Read More »

Social Media, Communication, and Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Perhaps it comes as no surprise that, according to recent survey results, there’s been an increase in the overall use of social media in divorce cases. As a result, Huffington Post recently featured an article on the many ways in which social media can interfere with marriage. Direct Interference: Too Much Time on Phone,… Read More »

New Research Shows That Divorce May Be “Seasonal”

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

New research just released by the University of Washington indicates that there are significant trends when it comes to particular times of the year when it’s more common for couples to divorce. Specifically, after analyzing data over the course of 14 years, the study found that there are peak months for divorce—March and August—and… Read More »

Divorce & Social Security Spousal Benefits: What Might Surprise You

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many people assume that, once they divorce, they couldn’t possibly claim spousal benefits on their ex-partner’s earnings. However, that isn’t necessarily true; in some circumstances, you can claim spousal benefits after divorce, even if your ex has remarried. There are a number of factors involved in determining whether one can continue to claim spousal… Read More »

Critical Steps to (Financially) Prepare for Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

The process of getting divorced can be emotional enough on its own without also having to go through additional stress related to the financial aspects of the process. However, there are some steps that accounting experts suggest doing early on in order to protect yourself and ease your mind when it comes to managing… Read More »

Property Division & Complex Estate Planning

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Most-everyone has heard of a prenuptial agreement, and, of course, that during divorce, property division must be dealt with. However, many people do not realize that many divorcing spouses enter into what’s called a property (or “marital”) settlement agreement, whereby they agree and stipulate exactly how that property will be divided. While many people… Read More »

What Getting Divorced Can Teach Us about Money

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Sometimes reading about people’s personal experiences after divorce can help us realize that, although the prospect of splitting from your partner can seem daunting, it can also end up making you both stronger and wiser. One particular piece recently published in Refinery29 does just this; it explores how one woman’s journey into financial independence… Read More »

What Is “Birdnesting,” And What Are The Pros And Cons?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although just recently “trending,” this concept of “birdnesting,” or “bird’s nest” co-parenting was actually analyzed by Psychologists years ago. The idea is that, as parents are first getting divorced, instead of having two separate households, they would actually take turns occupying the main residential household so that their child can stay in one spot…. Read More »

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