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Why You Should Consider Obtaining a Vocational Evaluation During Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When it comes to determining whether one spouse will owe alimony to the other upon the dissolution of their marriage, courts take a number of factors into account, including each party’s earning ability, work history, and whether one spouse is primarily responsible for childcare. Obtaining a vocational evaluation can be crucial when deciding how… Read More »

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When to Obtain a Temporary Order in a Divorce Case

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Not all orders issued by a court during divorce proceedings are permanent. In fact, it is a relatively common practice for courts to issue temporary awards prior to finalizing the dissolution of a marriage to provide monetary support to one of the spouses, a parenting time schedule if a couple has children, or a… Read More »

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How Unemployment Could Affect Your Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although couples dissolve their marriages for a variety of reasons, financial stresses remain one of the leading causes of divorce in the U.S. In fact, financial difficulties can also affect the divorce process itself. For instance, one spouse’s unemployment could significantly impact the other spouse’s ability to collect alimony or child support. In these… Read More »

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Divorce and Arbitration

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although litigation is sometimes inevitable for those going through a divorce, there are a number of other options that families can attempt to use when dissolving a marriage, including arbitration. Both mediation and arbitration proceedings are overseen by a neutral third party. However, mediations can be terminated at any time, while arbitrations only end… Read More »

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How Postnuptial Agreements Become Unenforceable

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Couples who don’t sign prenuptial agreements before they get married, still have the option of executing a postnuptial agreement at a later date. These agreements serve the same purpose as a prenuptial agreement, but as their name suggests, are entered into after a marriage has already occurred. Like prenuptial agreements, these contracts are only… Read More »

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Does Florida Recognize My Foreign Divorce Decree?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Most of those who are married in the U.S. and later decide to dissolve that union, file for divorce in the same country where they were married. However, this is not always the case, especially in situations where one of the spouses lives abroad. Fortunately, it is possible to file for divorce in another… Read More »

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Common Postnuptial Agreement Mistakes

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Signing a postnuptial agreement is one of the best ways that couples who are already married can safeguard their futures in the event of divorce or death. Unfortunately, failing to comply with certain requirements when it comes to drafting a postnuptial agreement can lead to the entire contract being thrown out, forcing the parties… Read More »

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Is My Pension at Risk?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When many people think of dividing assets during divorce, they imagine splitting up bank account funds, personal possessions, and possibly the family home. While these kinds of assets do generally need to be divided and distributed upon divorce, the fate of some lesser known assets must also be addressed. Pensions, in particular, are an… Read More »

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What is Contested Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While we’ve all heard horror stories about divorces that lasted for years due to contention between the parties, it is actually much more common for divorcing couples to work out custody plans, child support arrangements, and property division among themselves during out-of-court negotiations. This is not to say that there are not actual real-life… Read More »

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How to Enforce a Foreign Divorce Decree

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

As technology and the means of transportation improve, more and more people are finding it easier to relocate, with many even moving overseas. Whether undertaken for employment purposes, retirement, or a mere desire for change, the ease with which people can change residences can pose difficulties when it comes to divorce-related matters, as couples… Read More »

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