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Monday,
August 17, 2020.
posted in Property Division

Appraisals and Divorce in Fort Lauderdale

If you are going through a divorce or are considering separating from your significant other, you are undoubtedly going through a stressful time. Divorce cases can become complicated, particularly when it comes to dividing marital assets. Florida operates under an equitable distribution rule, which means that marital property must be divided equitably and fairly, though...

Thursday,
July 16, 2020.
posted in Child Support

Do You Need To Modify Your Child Support Payments Due To COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has completely altered the way we live our lives and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. While also being an unprecedented global health crisis, the effects of COVID-19 have significantly altered the economy. The unemployment rate has risen dramatically, and this could affect a person’s ability to pay their...

Monday,
June 15, 2020.
posted in Property Division

Understanding the Complexity of High Asset Divorces

Going through a divorce is never easy, regardless of your financial circumstances. However, for couples who have a high net worth or a complex asset structure, a divorce can become immensely complicated. If you are considering going through a divorce, and you think that the distribution of assets will be a problem, you need to...

Thursday,
May 14, 2020.
posted in Child Support

Will COVID-19 Force You To Modify Your Florida Child Support Order?

The coronavirus pandemic has swept across the United States and changed the way of life for most people. No place is this more apparent than the economy. Those who pay or receive child support may find that they are struggling, particularly if a paying parent has lost their job. At The Law Office of Gustavo...

Tuesday,
April 14, 2020.
posted in Divorce

Florida Has Implemented Stay At Home Orders. What This Could Mean For Divorce Rates

As COVID-19 spreads across the United States and changes most people’s way of life, many people are finding that they have to spend much more time at home than usual. Florida has recently implemented stay at home orders, which can have many implications. If reports coming out of China or any indication, then we may...

Monday,
March 16, 2020.
posted in Divorce

Will Covid-19 Be A Problem For Your Assets?

Communities across the United States are grappling with the effects of Covid-19. Most people are rightfully concerned about the health and well-being of themselves and their loved ones. However, the stock market has also seen a dramatic decline, and this could significantly affect a person’s assets during their divorce. At The Law Office of Gustavo...

Friday,
February 14, 2020.
posted in Divorce

Are You Worried About Parental Alienation?

If you are going through a divorce and there are minor children involved, we understand that this is an incredibly difficult time. This process can be even more emotionally fraught if the other parent works to actively isolate you from your children. At The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, our Fort Lauderdale divorce lawyers...

Wednesday,
January 15, 2020.
posted in Divorce

Getting Divorced But With A Pending Personal Injury Lawsuit

Going through a personal injury lawsuit is a complex process. Going through a divorce is also complicated. However, going through both a personal injury lawsuit while a divorce is pending becomes an entirely new situation that needs to be handled carefully. At The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, our divorce attorneys in Fort Lauderdale...

Saturday,
December 14, 2019.
posted in Divorce

Handling The First Holidays After Divorce

Getting divorced is not something people plan on going through, and the process is difficult. This is particularly true when there are younger children involved. The first holiday season after a divorce can be especially hard on both parents and their children. At The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, our Fort Lauderdale divorce lawyers...

Wednesday,
November 20, 2019.
posted in Divorce

Divorce After Adoption – What Happens To Parental Rights?

If you are going through a divorce and there are younger children involved, the process can become complicated. If you have a child that was adopted by one or both parents, you may wonder what will happen during the custody process. At The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, we are here to help during...

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