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How Medical Expenses Can Affect Child Support

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Determining how much a parent must pay in child support can be a complicated process, as it requires an analysis of both parties’ incomes, properties, and expenses, as well as consideration of the family’s time sharing schedule. In most cases, courts adhere to a strict formula when taking these factors into account and determining… Read More »


Who to Notify After a Divorce is Finalized

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Once a divorce is officially granted in Florida the Clerk of Court will send a Report of Dissolution of Marriage to the Florida Department of Health. The divorce decree and any other court papers relating to the divorce will remain on file at the Clerk’s office. Copies of these reports can be requested for… Read More »


Keeping Divorce Costs Down In the State of Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

What to Bring to Your First Meeting With Your Attorney – Part 2 of 2 This is part two of a two part series. In part one of the series we discussed the importance of identifying and listing all assets and debts, whether they are marital or non-marital property to bring to your first… Read More »

Shared Parental Responsibility Where One Parent is an Adoptive Parent

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In the state of Florida, an adoptive parent has all of the rights and responsibilities of a biological parent. This includes legal financial rights and responsibilities as well as emotional rights and responsibilities. This means that during divorce proceedings, each parent is on equal footing with regards to their rights and responsibilities to their… Read More »

What is Florida’s Parenting Course and Why Do I Have to Take It?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Florida statute 61.21 explains parenting courses in the state of Florida. Parenting courses must be taken by parties to a marriage dissolution with minor children or in a paternity case when a case involves determination of parental responsibility. The classes must be completed by a petitioner within 45 days of the filing of the… Read More »

Step Parent Adoptions in Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Families come in all shapes and sizes these days, and it is not uncommon for a married couple to desire that both parents have legal rights and responsibilities for the children. Here are some examples of families who may wish to consider step parent adoption: A lesbian couple wherein one parent is the birth… 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 »

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 »

Florida Takes Steps to Facilitate International Adoptions

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando, Florida just took huge steps in helping facilitate international adoptions by jump starting a program to help provide families with medical care before and after they adopt a child, with a focus on providing very specific care for children who are adopted from outside the United States. This will… Read More »

The Connection between Mass Killings and Domestic Violence

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

On June 15th, the New York Times featured an interesting article on the connection between mass killings and domestic violence, specifically addressing the severe tragedy that Florida recently experienced in June when a gunman massacred many innocent individuals at a nightclub in Orlando. As discussed in the article, the gunman had a history of… Read More »

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