3 Truths And A Big Myth About Divorce
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Friday,
January 04, 2019.
posted in Divorce

3 Truths And A Big Myth About Divorce

The state of Florida is no stranger to divorce. Florida is not the highest ranking for divorce, but our rank isn’t stellar either. Out of the 50 states, we rank somewhere in the middle. Even though only about 11% of our married population ends in divorce, the whole concept of divorce isn’t very inviting. Once...

Saturday,
December 29, 2018.
posted in Property Division

Tips For Property Division in Florida

On top of the heartbreak knowing that your relationship is coming to an end, you now have to deal with the complications of divorce. Divorce is never an easy thing. It is hard to separate emotions from the memories you shared with your partner, and the material manifestation of those memories in the form of...

Friday,
December 28, 2018.
posted in Divorce

How Much Is a Divorce in Florida? Everything You Need to Know About Divorce Costs in Fort Lauderdale

“How much does it cost to get divorced in Florida?” if you are reading this, then this question has probably been running circles in your head in the past few days or weeks. Your marriage may be on the brink of a divorce or you may be happily married but still curious about divorce costs...

Saturday,
December 22, 2018.
posted in Paternity

Establishing or Contesting Paternity in Florida: Do You Need a Paternity Attorney or Not?

Regardless of whether you are trying to establish or contest paternity, you probably have lots of questions about how paternity is determined in Florida as well as whether or not you need a paternity attorney in Fort Lauderdale or elsewhere in the Sunshine State. In Florida, paternity is determined in one of the following ways:...

Friday,
December 21, 2018.
posted in Divorce

15 Key Rules Of Testifying At A Divorce Hearing In Florida

“Testifying at a divorce hearing? Easy. Just humiliate and badmouth my spouse to get an upper hand and that’s it,” you are probably thinking. But that’s not how it works. Our Fort Lauderdale divorce attorney at The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A., says that there are certain rules of testifying at a divorce...

Saturday,
December 15, 2018.
posted in Divorce

Planning To Get Divorced In 2019? Watch Out For These New Laws In Florida

If you are planning to get divorced after the holiday season, you should definitely get familiar with these new laws affecting divorces, alimony, child custody, and child support in Florida. Regardless of whether your marriage is already on the rocks or you are happily married, it is always a good idea to be up to...

Friday,
December 14, 2018.
posted in Divorce

Dealing With An Uncooperative Spouse: What If My Spouse Refuses To Sign Divorce Papers?

When your marriage has fallen apart and you see no light at the end of the tunnel, filing for divorce may seem like the only option left. And while you realize that this is the best option, it does not necessarily mean that your spouse feels the same way. So you end up dealing with...

Saturday,
December 08, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

How To Recognize Parental Alienation (And Ways To Deal With It)

While many believe that parental alienation is an inescapable by-product of almost every divorce involving children, many times, one of the parents is fully responsible for the growing alienation between the other parent and their kids. In the vast majority of cases, one of the parents intentionally alienates the other parent from their children in...

Friday,
December 07, 2018.
posted in Divorce

What Not To Do During a Divorce

The likelihood of a marriage ending in divorce is highly likely given that the national statistic is still ranging from 40-50%. When you do marry it is practical to think that may be years down the road, after all the kids are grown, it makes sense that you and your spouse may change and therefore...

Saturday,
December 01, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

How to Reduce the Stress of Sharing Child Custody during the Holiday Season

The holiday season is arguably the most stressful time of year for every parent. With all the preparations, cooking, and vacation planning involved, it is only a matter of time before your head starts spinning from all the stress. But those sharing child custody with their ex-spouse find themselves in a much tougher situation during...

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