Concerns About Visitation Safety
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Thursday,
February 08, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

Concerns About Visitation Safety

It is common for divorced parents to be concerned about their children’s safety, especially when they visit the other parent. If you worry about your kids’ safety, you should first talk to your former spouse and confront the issue. If you have done so in the past, perhaps it is time to hire an experienced...

Friday,
February 02, 2018.
posted in Property Division

What’S Your Is Yours – Dividing Property During Divorce Fairly

While all states have different rules about property division, Florida involves an equitable division of your assets. It all comes down to one thing, property division should be fair, no matter how much you dislike your former spouse. Some important aspects to consider when dividing property fairly include: How long you have been married for?...

Thursday,
February 01, 2018.
posted in Divorce

Taxes and Divorce

If you are filing for divorce, you may not be thinking about how this decision can affect your taxes. However, divorce can have a huge impact on your taxes and also on your finances. This is why it is important you hire an experienced Fort Lauderdale divorce attorney to help you calculate the costs and...

Saturday,
January 27, 2018.
posted in Divorce

Sailing Through A Gray Divorce

Most married couples plan to spend a lifetime together and raise their children to make a difference in the world.  But the truth is their desire to stick together through the good and the bad may not be enough to help their relationship stay afloat. Some things you can’t change no matter how hard you...

Friday,
January 26, 2018.
posted in Child Support

Can You Enforce Child Support In Florida?

It possible that your former spouse has forgotten about your kids and keeps acting like nothing is happening. Yet in the back of his mind, he knows it is totally wrong.  Failing to provide your children with their basic needs, besides being unfair, can have serious legal consequences.  Picture your former spouse behind bars because...

Friday,
January 19, 2018.
posted in Child Custody Modification

Why Should You Request A Child Custody Modification?

There are times when child custody arrangements are no longer working for some parents. In such cases, you can request a child custody modification that will adapt to your current circumstances. There are a few reasons why requesting a modification can be a good thing. It is in your child’s best interests This is the...

Thursday,
January 18, 2018.
posted in Divorce

Parenting After Divorce – Your Survival Kit

If you live in South Florida, you are probably familiar with the hurricane season and how devastating it can be. As with every natural disaster, you need a survival kit to weather the storm. The same thing is true for divorce. It is definitely like a storm hitting a house but the damages are all...

Saturday,
January 13, 2018.
posted in Divorce

Couples Who Met Online are More Likely to Get Divorced

Everybody talks about the wonders of online dating and how amazing it is. It is a necessity for some people who may be too busy with their careers and without free time to meet someone. But things have changed quite a bit since the World Wide Web took over. People change jobs and relationships very...

Friday,
January 12, 2018.
posted in Divorce

The Season Of Divorce

Most people like to make a fresh start in the new year. Whether that includes career goals or personal goals, the winter season is loaded with surprises and new beginnings. This is particularly true for couples who have reached a winter in their marriage. January seems like the right time to untie the knot. In...

Friday,
January 05, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

Helping your children cope with separation anxiety

It is common for children of divorced parents to experience a psychiatric disorder known as Separation Anxiety Disorder. This is the clinical term used to describe the stress children experience when separated from someone they are close to, in this case, a mother or a father. While it is okay for children to experience this...

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