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How are Subpoenas Used in Divorce Matters?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a person has information that is relevant to a family law matter, courts often issue subpoenas, which are legal documents that order the recipient to attend legal proceedings and testify before the court. Subpoenas can also be used to require a person to submit documents or provide facts or opinions about a specific… Read More »

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The Differences Between Divorce and Annulment

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While most people are familiar with the concept of divorce, few are aware of how it differs from an annulment. This is an important distinction, as seeking an annulment is often much easier than obtaining a divorce, so if you were recently married and have questions about whether you qualify for an annulment, it… Read More »

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Who Gets the Engagement Ring After Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While many couples agree that a former spouse can keep an engagement ring, even after divorce, it is also not uncommon, especially in short-lived marriages, for the spouse who purchased the ring to ask for it back. This is usually an uphill battle, as courts generally consider engagement rings to be a gift that… Read More »

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Protecting Business Assets Before Marriage

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While most people don’t enter into marriage expecting to get divorced, the reality is that this is the fate of almost 50 percent of marriages in the U.S. For this reason, couples who are on the verge of marriage are encouraged to take certain steps to protect their finances in the event of divorce,… Read More »

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Obtaining a Simplified Divorce in Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

There are two main types of divorce in Florida, known as a simplified dissolution of marriage and a regular dissolution of marriage respectively. Both kinds of divorce require a showing that the parties involved are indeed married, that one spouse has lived in the state for at least six months, and that the marriage… Read More »

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Preventable Mistakes During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

No two divorces are the same, so it can be difficult to prepare for all issues and events that could arise during the proceedings. There are, however, a few steps that divorcing parties can take to avoid otherwise preventable mistakes. To learn more about how to help your own divorce go as smoothly as… Read More »

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Financial Disclosures in Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When a couple decides to get a divorce in Florida, they are required to divide their marital property in an equitable fashion. Similarly, those with children who decide to dissolve their marriage will need to come to an agreement regarding child custody and visitation. Unfortunately, these tasks are difficult for many couples, especially those… Read More »

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How Divorce can Affect Your Taxes

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Most couples who decide to get a divorce realize that their financial situations will almost certainly shift in some way after the divorce is finalized. For instance, couples will have to come to terms with paying child support, making alimony payments, or living on a single paycheck. Similarly, divorcing couples with children also recognize… Read More »

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Who Gets the Family Pet in a Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although many states have passed legislation that specifically applies to pet custody during divorce, the Florida Legislature has not done so. This means that under the law, pets are still considered to be property, which means that, like the rest of a couple’s marital assets, they are also subject to equitable division. Fortunately, couples… Read More »

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Child Custody Options

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

All families are different, so no single custody arrangement is appropriate in all cases. Instead, families should attempt to come to an arrangement that best serves the needs of their children. If you need help coming to your own out-of-court custody agreement, you should consider contacting an experienced child custody lawyer who can explain… Read More »

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