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Saturday,
May 04, 2019.
posted in Divorce

Top 5 Myths About Divorce

The internet is a beauty and a beast. On the one hand, everything you want to know is in the palm of your hand. You can Google almost anything and you don’t even have to type it out. Nowadays you just have to say “hey, Google” or “Hey, Siri” and your personal AI is there...

Friday,
May 03, 2019.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

3 Tips When Dealing With Alimony

Divorce is a complex situation. First, you and your spouse have to discuss if this the future that you both want. No matter how sure you are of a divorce, it is still an emotional rollercoaster. Each person’s divorce is unique. Even though around 50% of marriages end in a divorce, how your split up...

Saturday,
April 27, 2019.
posted in Divorce

How To Save Money On Divorce

Some say it will never happen while others say it was inevitable. Divorce isn’t something married couples plan for in their future. Many do not stand and take vows in front of family, friend, and religious officiators thinking that divorce is the inevitable ending to their marriage. At the end of the day, couples break...

Friday,
April 26, 2019.
posted in Divorce

ANY Kind of Marriage Can Divorce

Divorce is both a beginning and an ending rolled into one experience. Because divorce can take months or even years to complete, many people find themselves starting a new life while still working through the details of their divorce. Our Fort Lauderdale Divorce Lawyers at Law Offices of Gustavo E. Frances has worked with many...

Saturday,
April 20, 2019.
posted in Child Support

5 Things You Need To Know About Child Support

Divorce isn’t just the separation of two people. If there are children involved then they are deeply affected by the divorce too. Breaking up your marriage also means asking your children to adapt to a new way of life. This is totally doable if you and your partner are willing to continue to work together...

Friday,
April 19, 2019.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

Understanding Permanent Alimony

Divorce isn’t easy for any couple. Whether you were married for 1 year or 40 years. Divorce may be the right decision, but it almost always hurts. Divorce isn’t as simple as saying goodbye. It is so much more than a break-up.  A divorce requires time, emotional decision making, and a willingness to compromise. Divorces...

Saturday,
April 13, 2019.
posted in Divorce

2 Ways to Divorce

Have you and your spouse decided that it is time to separate? Have you mentioned the big “D” for divorce yet? Have you started to think about what it all entails? Divorce isn’t something one takes lightly. Our Fort Lauderdale Divorce Attorneys at Law Offices of Gustavo E. Frances has seen it all. No two...

Friday,
April 12, 2019.
posted in Child Support

Difference Between Child Support and Child Custody

When a family goes through a divorce, the children are the most vulnerable. Children don’t understand complex adult emotions and therefore may have trouble understanding why they are living with only one parent instead of both. Our Fort Lauderdale Child Support Attorneys at the Law Offices of Gustavo E. Frances have experience working with all...

Saturday,
April 06, 2019.
posted in Divorce

5 Complications Of Divorce

The easiest part of divorce is deciding that it is going to happen. If you and your partner have chosen to divorce then you need an attorney on your side to help you throughout the process. A divorce isn’t just getting some paperwork to a judge. Even though Florida is a no-fault divorce state, there...

Friday,
April 05, 2019.
posted in Child Support

Can You Be Arrested for Failure to Pay Child Support in Florida?

Parents who are ordered to pay child support in the state of Florida are expected to make timely payments as agreed. To fail to do so puts the parent at risk of sanctions against them by the state, and this includes being arrested and jailed for up to 179 days. Still, even though arrest is...

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