How to Make Things Easier for Everyone When Moving After Divorce

Divorce Attorney Moving after divorce can be emotionally, physically, and mentally exhausting. After dealing with legalities and who gets to keep what property and money, it can be difficult to gather the energy to now move out of the home shared together. During this time, consider who you can reach out to for help, what […]

Protecting Your Kids During a Child Custody Battle

Child Custody Lawyer A divorce is difficult enough as it is. If there are children involved, the process can become that much more complicated. Your kids mean that world to you and you want to do everything you can to protect them from harm. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to protect your […]

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Divorce Trends to Note in 2019

Nearly half of all U.S. marriages end in divorce — which is not exactly new news in the divorce industry. It’s a fact that most people don’t consider on their wedding day, but the reality is many couples will end their marriage before death does them part. In 2019, these divorce trends are dominating the […]

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What Happens to Child Support When a Parent Moves to Another State?

When one or both parents move to a new state, an existing child support order may still need to be enforced, or the move may create grounds for a modification. The process becomes a little more complicated when dealing across the state lines, but all parties generally have the same rights as they would if […]

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Is Divorce on the Horizon? Here’s How to Prepare

Going through a divorce is emotional and overwhelming. Many people feel lost, alone, and ashamed throughout the process. Protecting yourself legally and financially becomes an afterthought. This is why you must prepare to protect your own interest before the process even begins. No matter who is at fault, here are four things you can do […]

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How Do I Obtain an Annulment?

Family Lawyer There are times when the terms of a marriage contract are treated in such a way that the law seeks to recognize that the marriage itself should have not been allowed to progress as originally agreed to. Under such circumstances, the law provides annulment as an alternative to divorce. When an individual seeks […]

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Why a Vocational Evaluation Is an Important Consideration for Florida Divorce

Although a vocational evaluation may sound like a concept solely concerned with job placement, it is actually a form of expert opinion that can greatly benefit your Florida divorce. Specifically, a vocational evaluation can help increase the amount of alimony a spouse receives. What Is a Vocational Evaluation? A vocational evaluation relies on an expert […]

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Can Florida Timesharing Orders Be Amended While an Appeal Is Pending?

In a family law appeal case heard by Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal, the court was tasked with deciding a case involving the appellate jurisdiction process of family law proceedings. Legal Overview of Duryea v. Bono In the case of Duryea v. Bono, 2D17-4314, 2D17-4422 (consolidated) (Fla. 2d DCA July 13, 2018), a Florida trial court issued […]