Maintaining a Clear and Rational Mind through the Divorce Process

Divorce is primarily an adversarial process; therefore, it should come as no surprise that there are going to be some bumps along the way. It is important to accept that there are going to be rough days. The trick is learning how to deal with these rough patches so you can maintain your sanity and […]

Taxes in a Wrongful Death Suit

When you file a wrongful death lawsuit, your goal is to receive money for the damages that you incurred due to the loss of a loved one. Of all lawsuits, this is one of the toughest to fight because it is so emotionally charged. After all, no amount of money is going to make up […]

Bankruptcy and Personal Property: 4 Questions Answered

Personal Injury Lawyer When debt becomes overwhelming and you can no longer handle your debt, you may consider filing for bankruptcy. This is a serious decision that could affect your finances for the next several years; however, it can also help you reorganize your debt and relieve the stress that often comes with financial trouble. […]

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Coronavirus and Child Custody: How to Co-Parent During a Pandemic

Divorced parents have long faced challenges trying to develop a co-parenting strategy that keeps their kids’ best interests at heart while still accommodating their own personal needs and schedules. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, co-parenting has become more difficult than ever before for many divorced parents in Florida and across the country.  Front-Line […]

How a Moving Company Can Help after a Divorce

For most people, the time immediately following a divorce is chaotic with changes. They may also be experiencing relief and joy as well as fear and uncertainty about their future. They may also have strong emotions about how they feel regarding their now ex-spouse. Indeed, divorce is a catalyst for change and it can trigger […]

Talk To Your Attorney About Domestic Violence During Divorce

Domestic violence can affect your marriage, personal life, and children, whether it be physical or emotional abuse. The harm that you have suffered due to your spouse may be the driving force behind filing for divorce. Emotional abuse can leave behind scars that aren’t visible too, so it’s important to bring these feelings up with […]

Buying a Home after a Divorce

It used to be that when a couple divorced, getting the home in the divorce proceedings was a big victory. Now, with many homes upside-down in their mortgage or just too expensive to afford on one income, ‘getting’ the home is not always a good thing. Many times, the spouse who gets possession of the […]

Wrongful Death Lawsuits: Do You Have to Go to Court?

Wrongful Death Lawsuits After a loved one dies, you have enough stress on your plate. It’s hard enough to adjust to life following the loss, let alone all of the other stressors that you have to deal with. From funeral plans to insurance claims and contacting family members, the last thing that you want to […]

What Happens if My Spouse Stopped Paying Alimony?

Alimony Issues During a divorce, alimony may be awarded to the spouse who earned significantly less than the other during the marriage, or is leaving the marriage at such a disadvantage that monetary support is required. The goal of alimony is to help balance the financial status of each spouse, in addition to supporting the […]