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Monday,
March 15, 2021.
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Getting a ‘Gray’ Divorce In Florida – What You Should Know?

A gray divorce is a regular divorce but it happens when you’re over 50 and you’ve been married a long time. While the process may be basically the same, the important aspects are somewhat different due to the age of the couple and the longevity of the marriage. At this point, any children are mostly...

Wednesday,
February 17, 2021.
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Will a Divorce Hurt My Credit?

Choosing to dive into marriage is brave and commendable. For better or worse is something couples should take seriously. Yet, couples should also know the difference between fighting harder and learning when to let go. Our Fort Lauderdale divorce attorney at The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A., understand divorce is never an easy...

Thursday,
January 14, 2021.
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Everything You Need to Know About Alimony and Reform Efforts

As we enter a new year, the Florida bill to end permanent alimony is back on the table. The hot button topic has incited immense controversy in recent years. Last year, the alimony reform bill failed to make it through the legislative process. In 2020, two separate bills were introduced to reform alimony, and it...

Friday,
December 18, 2020.
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How Does the Money Spent on an Affair Affect the Division of Assets in a Divorce?

Divorces are a messy business. Numerous states across the country have sought to make divorce easier by passing no-fault legislation. This would allow all marital assets to be divided equally. Nonetheless, what do you do if you believe your spouse is mishandling funds out of the marital estate? What if he or she is spending...

Monday,
October 12, 2020.
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You Should Take Divorce Mediation Seriously in Florida

Divorce is not easy for any person involved. This includes the spouses, any children they may have, and even the extended family members. It is important to remember that at the center of any divorce are real people experiencing real pain. There are times when divorcing couples go through mediation in Florida, whether by choice...

Monday,
September 14, 2020.
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What Happens If You Do Not Have An Attorney For Your Divorce Case? 

If you are going through a divorce, or are considering starting the process of separating from your spouse, this is an incredibly stressful time for you. Divorce cases are never easy. Many people start this process thinking that they can get it done quickly and with little stress. Some people decide that they are not...

Tuesday,
April 14, 2020.
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Florida Has Implemented Stay At Home Orders. What This Could Mean For Divorce Rates

As COVID-19 spreads across the United States and changes most people’s way of life, many people are finding that they have to spend much more time at home than usual. Florida has recently implemented stay-at-home orders, which can have many implications. If reports coming out of China or any indication, then we may see a...

Monday,
March 16, 2020.
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Will Covid-19 Be A Problem For Your Assets?

Communities across the United States are grappling with the effects of Covid-19. Most people are rightfully concerned about the health and well-being of themselves and their loved ones. However, the stock market has also seen a dramatic decline, and this could significantly affect a person’s assets during their divorce. At The Law Office Of Gustavo...

Friday,
February 14, 2020.
posted in Divorce

Are You Worried About Parental Alienation?

If you are going through a divorce and there are minor children involved, we understand that this is an incredibly difficult time. This process can be even more emotionally fraught if the other parent works to actively isolate you from your children. At The Law Office Of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A., our Fort Lauderdale divorce...

Wednesday,
January 15, 2020.
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Getting Divorced But With A Pending Personal Injury Lawsuit

Going through a personal injury lawsuit is a complex process. Going through a divorce is also complicated. However, going through both a personal injury lawsuit while a divorce is pending becomes an entirely new situation that needs to be handled carefully. At The Law Office Of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A., our divorce attorney in Fort...

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