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March 2019 Archives

Is your child acting differently? It could be parental alienation

Florida parents know that divorce is often most difficult for the youngest members of the family. Children may have a hard time when their parents decide to move forward with ending their marriage. The upheaval and stress that come with moving and major life changes can be difficult. These difficulties do not always end simply because the divorce process is final.

What is going to happen to my property in divorce?

Divorce is an intimidating process, and you may wonder how the choice to end your marriage will affect your future. Like many others preparing to divorce, you may have concerns about what will happen to your property. For many Florida couples, property division and the distribution of marital debt is one of the most emotionally charged and complex issues in divorce.

The factors that go into child custody decisions

One of the most complicated aspects of divorce is what will happen to the children. As a parent, you likely have concerns about how the end of your marriage will impact your children and how you can protect their well-being. You understand the importance of securing a child custody order that is fair and allows your children continuity of lifestyle as much as possible.

Equitable distribution and its role in your retirement plans

If you are planning to divorce, you are probably aware of how this decision can impact various aspects of your life. From where you will live to your plans for the future, the end of your marriage is likely to affect you for years to come. For this reason, it is crucial to think through every decision you make and consider its long-term benefit. 

Is mediation right for my situation?

Realizing that your marriage is heading towards divorce can be a confusing and overwhelming period of life. You might have preconceived notions of what divorce looks like, and may even be imagining dragged out court battles in which you and your ex fight over the smallest details. However, it does not have to be like this, and a peaceful approach to divorce might even be easier than you imagine.

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