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Dividing Debts During Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

After deciding to get a divorce, a couple must go through the process of dividing their marital property. While most people associate this with dividing assets, such as real estate and funds held in a savings account, many are unaware that under Florida law, which requires couples to divide their property equitably upon divorce,… Read More »

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Negotiating a Settlement Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Negotiating a settlement is often one of the best ways to quickly resolve a divorce, as it can save couples both time and money in the long run. Furthermore, divorce proceedings that go to trial can be stressful, especially for children, so avoiding this result is often in a family’s best interest. However, even… Read More »

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Relocating with Children after a Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Family law judges are encouraged to give divorcing parents equal access to and responsibility for their children. While this is often in the best interests of the children in question, it can raise a host of difficulties when it comes to relocating, so if you are considering moving or your ex-spouse has stated his… Read More »

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High Net Worth Divorces

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Going through a divorce is one of the most difficult things that a family can endure and while the process is always difficult, it is made even more so when the couple in question has a number of valuable assets. These types of high net worth divorces usually require the deft hand of an… Read More »

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Can I Undo My Divorce Decree?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Coming to the decision to dissolve a marriage usually follows months or even years of deliberation. For example, many couples choose to attend therapy to sort out their differences before actually filing for divorce, while others fear the impact that separation will have on their minor children and so may attempt to hold off… Read More »

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Who Gets the Family Home in a Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

It is not uncommon for both parties involved in a divorce to have an emotional attachment to the family home. This can make the decision of who gets to continue living in the residence one of the most contentious divorce-related issues encountered by many couples. Although it is possible for both spouses to remain… Read More »

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Florida’s Divorce-Related Residency Requirements

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, it is generally much easier to get married than it is to obtain a divorce. There are, for instance, very specific rules about where a couple lives that dictate whether they can obtain a divorce. Getting married, on the other hand, has no such requirements, so non-residents only need to pick up… Read More »

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Marital Property vs Separate Property

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In some situations, property division is the most difficult part of a divorce, especially for couples who do not have a valid prenuptial agreement in place or who are unable to come to an out-of-court settlement. In these cases, it is often necessary for a court to step in and divide the property in… Read More »

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What Makes a Prenuptial Agreement Invalid?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In an effort to avoid future litigation or contention about the division of assets, more and more couples are choosing to enter into prenuptial agreements before their weddings. These agreements can be a good way of ensuring that both parties’ assets are protected and can save them a substantial amount of time and money… Read More »

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Collaborative Divorce Law Goes Into Effect in Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Last month, The Collaborative Law Process Act (CLPA), went into effect in Florida after the Supreme Court officially adopted the Florida Bar’s Rules and Professional Responsibilities on the Collaborative Process. The new law creates an alternative to litigation in family law matters that focuses on resolving differences through voluntary settlement and mediation rather than… Read More »

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