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Saturday,
November 24, 2018.
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Divorce: The Uncomplicated Edition

We have all heard the statistic. About 50% of marriages end in divorce. It happens. We see celebrities celebrate their wedding day in secret only to end in divorce publicly. But we also learn from these highly publicized celebrities, that divorce doesn’t always mean doom and gloom. Divorce isn’t an ending. Divorce is recognizing that...

Saturday,
November 17, 2018.
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Do A Credit Check Before Marriage

When people make the choice to get married, they do so because they are in love. The last thing they are thinking about is what they will do if they have to separate. The focus should be on how to keep the marriage strong. Well, finances should be given a long and hard look before...

Friday,
October 19, 2018.
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Divorces Don’t Always End in Distress

If you can’t see into the future job market then you certainly can’t see into your future love situation. Life happens. When you got married it was a whole different time and place. You were different. Your spouse was different. When life happens, it sometimes happens in big ways than you ever imagined. Sometimes those...

Friday,
October 05, 2018.
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Divorce: More Than a Heart Ache

For the past few decades society has seen an increase in divorce rates. Does this mean that more divorces are happening? Or are the social stigmas around divorce becoming less stigmatized? The statistic is still between 40-50% of marriages end in divorce. This number is changing though as more people opt out to getting married...

Friday,
September 28, 2018.
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Divorce – The Break Down

The term “divorce” gets a bad rep. When people think of divorce they often think of the screaming partners throwing things at each other or spouses creating secret accounts to sabotage their partner. Even though, yes, those kinds of situations and stories do exist, it doesn’t mean that it has to be your story. Divorce...

Saturday,
September 22, 2018.
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How Credit Card Debt is Handled in a Divorce

Credit card debt is one of the most common forms of debt in Florida and throughout the country. People are approved for their first credit card and wind up in debt in no time. They are given access to money they don’t actually have and then cannot pay it back. Credit card debt is incredibly...

Friday,
September 14, 2018.
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Why Do Couples Get Divorced?

Divorce is incredibly common these days, with more than 50 percent of marriages ending in divorce. Why is this happening? What are the factors that lead to couples getting divorced? There are quite a few reasons why couples get divorced and they vary from egregious issues to the silliest of reasons. Our Fort Lauderdale divorce...

Friday,
September 07, 2018.
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Fort Lauderdale Attorney Answers Divorce-Related Questions Asked By Working Mothers

If you are a working mother on the brink of filing papers for divorce or are in the middle of getting divorced, you have come to the right place. It is true that Google knows everything, but it may not be able to answer all the burning questions a working woman and mother have about...

Friday,
August 31, 2018.
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No-Fault vs. Fault-Based Divorces In Florida: What’s Fairer And Less Complicated?

Is your marriage falling apart and you are inching toward a divorce and cannot stop thinking about how the court will establish “fault” when push comes to shove? Well, here is something you need to know: Florida is a “no fault” divorce state. Meaning: either spouse can file for divorce without having to provide reasons...

Saturday,
August 25, 2018.
posted in Divorce

A FSU Study on Divorce & Infidelity

Divorce can sometimes be inevitable. Things don’t always work out in relationships. It could’ve been caused by anything. Maybe there was infidelity. Perhaps the compatibility was just not there. Unfortunately it had to end in divorce. Divorce can be a very messy and stressful situation. Even if you and your former spouse are on amicable...

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