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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...

Thursday,
January 04, 2018.
posted in Uncontested Divorce

Advantages of uncontested divorce

While couples file for divorce for several reasons, the main cause is generally their irreconcilable differences. This doesn’t mean they can’t agree on anything. Some couples are able to set aside their differences and have an amicable divorce or separation. This is called an uncontested divorce, which means the divorcing couple can dissolve their marriage...

Friday,
December 29, 2017.
posted in Divorce

How the Holiday Season (And High Stress Levels) May Destroy Your Marriage and Lead to Divorce

Undoubtedly, the holiday season is the most stressful time of year. Holiday preparations, buying gifts, sending out invitations, trying to budget properly to not go bankrupt with all the holiday spending… It’s a lot to handle. High-stress levels and the unbearable amount of pressure associated with the holidays can become a real test of your...

Thursday,
December 28, 2017.
posted in Child Custody

Holiday Visitation Schedule: What’s the Best Way to Split the Holidays?

For any divorced or unmarried parents, a holiday season can get pretty hectic and stressful – but not if you take care of your holiday visitation schedule in advance. In 90% of all cases, when two parents have joint physical custody, the other parent will want to spend at least some portion of the holiday...

Friday,
December 22, 2017.
posted in Divorce

Jason Taylor’s ex-wife ends lawsuit

Former Miami Dolphin football player Jason Taylor’s wife had secretly filed for divorce in Broward County back in 2015. He had promised to pay her $8.67 million as a lump-sum spousal support payment. Apparently, he never paid that amount so she recently sued him for $3.4 million in a Fort Lauderdale court. Taylor is also...

Thursday,
December 21, 2017.
posted in Child Custody

How to avoid visitation problems during the holidays

Working out your visitation schedule can be challenging, particularly if you went through a contentious divorce. While it is natural for both parents to want to spend more time with the kids, this should not create unnecessary arguments, especially during the holidays. This is the time to create lasting memories your kids will talk about...

Saturday,
December 16, 2017.
posted in Child Custody

Are Grandparents Granted Visitation Rights in Florida?

Most happy childhood memories revolve around family. Children especially need alone time with their grandparents and the extra attention they provide. Grandparents are generally a good influence on their grandkids. Unfortunately, once a couple files for divorce some grandparents feel they will not be able to see their grandchildren again. Florida is somewhat strict when...

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