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Saturday,
June 16, 2018.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

7 Smart Ways to Use Your Alimony Payments

Being on the receiving end of alimony payments is common for those who have finalized a divorce in Fort Lauderdale. You are receiving these payments because of the length of your marriage, the assets of each spouse, your lifestyle, and the length of time it will take you to find a job so you can...

Friday,
June 15, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

5 Tips for Making the Exchange of Child Custody Safe for Everyone

The exchange of child custody in Fort Lauderdale can be very stressful for everyone involved, especially the child. If you have a difficult time getting along with the other parent of your child it can be challenging to see them when exchanging custody. Children must be the focal point of any relationship and they should...

Saturday,
June 09, 2018.
posted in Family Law

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...

Saturday,
May 05, 2018.
posted in Family Law

4 Tips for Creating a Great Parenting Plan

A parenting plan describes which parent will be responsible for certain aspects of a child’s life. Whether it is sufficient under Florida law will always depend on what is in the best interests of the child. However, parenting plans make parents’ life easier too—if they are done correctly. You know exactly what your obligations are...

Thursday,
December 28, 2017.
posted in Child Custody

Holiday Visitation Schedule: What’s the Best Way to Split the Holidays?

For any divorced or unmarried parents, a holiday season can get pretty hectic and stressful – but not if you take care of your holiday visitation schedule in advance. In 90% of all cases, when two parents have joint physical custody, the other parent will want to spend at least some portion of the holiday...

Saturday,
December 16, 2017.
posted in Child Custody

Are Grandparents Granted Visitation Rights in Florida?

Most happy childhood memories revolve around family. Children especially need alone time with their grandparents and the extra attention they provide. Grandparents are generally a good influence on their grandkids. Unfortunately, once a couple of files for divorce some grandparents feel they will not be able to see their grandchildren again. Florida is somewhat strict...

Thursday,
December 07, 2017.
posted in Family Law

Co-parenting During The Holidays

The holiday season has arrived and with it many challenges for divorcing couples, particularly those who have minor children. Children tend to have a hard time coping with new holiday traditions and a different schedule from the one they are accustomed to. In the midst of chaos, you can still have the holidays you wished...

Friday,
November 24, 2017.
posted in Divorce

Planning Ahead For The Holidays

‘Tis the season to celebrate with family and friends! Many divorced families enjoy planning ahead for the holidays. It is the best way to avoid tensions between divorcees and heated arguments about co-parenting, child support, and many other complex family law issues. This is particularly true if communication between the parties is not available. It...

Thursday,
November 23, 2017.
posted in Property Division

Marital and Nonmarital Property in Your Florida Divorce

Property division is one of the most contentious aspects of divorce. In Florida, the court considers a few things in order to determine who gets what in a property settlement. Although both spouses are generally treated fairly that doesn’t mean they will receive their fair share. This is particularly true if you don’t hire a...

Friday,
October 27, 2017.
posted in Child Custody

What Are Father’s Custody Rights After and During Divorce?

There’s one divorce approximately every 36 seconds in the United States. That’s over 875,000 divorces a year, or 2,400 divorces per day! If there’s one thing you should take away from the shocking divorce statistics in the U.S. is that you’re not alone if you’re planning to get a divorce soon or are in the...

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