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August 11, 2018.
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5 Tips To Survive A Divorce Mediation Conversation With Your Spouse And Not Go Nuts In The Process

If you are currently going through a divorce, you have most likely heard and read tons of advice from both competent and clueless people about how to survive your divorce. One of the most difficult stages of any divorce proceedings is surviving a divorce mediation conversation with your spouse. Sure, not all spouses seeking divorce...

June 09, 2018.
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Things to Consider When Getting a Divorce

Divorce can be messy. We all know that. One episode of Divorce Court will tell you that. Now instead of watching it, you lived through it. You thought you knew what you were getting yourself into but, you didn’t consider all the aspects of divorce. What happens when you have children involved? Will you get...

June 02, 2018.
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Does It Matter Which Spouse Files For Divorce First? It Actually Does In Florida

Breaking up with someone is one of the most difficult decisions a person can face in their life. In fact, in our society, there is a stigma associated with being the one broken up with, while the one who initiates a breakup is thought to have the upper hand from an emotional and psychological standpoint....

June 01, 2018.
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The Royal Saudi Divorce

We hear this question again and again when a couple decides to get a divorce. How are we going to split the real estate? Sometimes the decision is amicable and the real estate that is owned by both parties participating in the divorce is split with not a lot of fuss. However, more often than...

February 24, 2018.
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Divorce Could Get Trickier Under New Tax Law

Think divorce laws are confusing now? Under President Trump’s brainchild reform, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, your Fort Lauderdale divorce attorney will work doubly harder for you. Not because you’ll suddenly accumulate more assets to divide, but alimony tax gets an unwelcomed facelift. Currently, alimony paid can be deducted from taxes, but recipients pay...

January 27, 2018.
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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...

January 18, 2018.
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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...

January 13, 2018.
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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...

July 02, 2017.
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Don’t delay: The disadvantages of a drawn-out divorce

Divorce, no matter how amicable you and your spouse attempt to make it, is going to have its share of unpleasantness and stress, both emotional and financial. For this reason, you or your soon-to-be-ex may understandably start to procrastinate divorce proceedings in an attempt (either knowingly or subconsciously) to delay the inevitable ordeal. However, there...

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