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Friday,
September 21, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

Explaining New Custody Arrangements to Your Children

Going through a divorce is never easy. It is even more difficult when you have children. There’s so much to explain to them about the situation. You might not know how they will react or if they will have an understanding of what is happening. You need to have open, honest conversations with your children...

Saturday,
September 15, 2018.
posted in Child Support

Reasons Why Someone Would Request a Child Support Modification

Child support is a very important part of raising children. Whether you have been married and are now divorced, separated, or never married the other parent you can claim child support. You will need to go through the legal process in order to succeed and it is something that every single parent should do in...

Friday,
September 14, 2018.
posted in Divorce

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...

Saturday,
September 08, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

12 Factors That Affect Time-Sharing Decisions in A Florida Divorce

Child custody, or time-sharing, in Florida, is one of the trickiest aspects of any divorce involving children. Properties and assets come and go, but a time-sharing and parent visitation plan in your divorce are here to stay until your children turn 18. Some parents end up banging their head against a brick wall when trying...

Friday,
September 07, 2018.
posted in Divorce

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...

Saturday,
September 01, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

Can A Florida Court Force A Parent To Spend Time With Children When That Parent Does NOT Want To See The Kids?

It is no secret that Florida family courts have the power to order a parent to STOP spending time with his/her child. But let’s spin this situation around a little bit. Let’s imagine that a parent does not want to spend time with his/her child (but has visitation rights), no matter how cruel and wrong...

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...

Friday,
August 24, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

What You Need to Know About Child Custody

At one point, you and your former spouse were happy. You got to the point where you decided to build a family together. Unfortunately, it ultimately had to end in divorce. It can be a very emotional time, especially with your kids involved. It’s essential to know how child custody works. It’s not something you...

Saturday,
August 18, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

How Does Time Sharing Work?

Some things ultimately have to come to an end. Marriage is one of those things. You may have tried your hardest to make it work but it just didn’t. Divorce was the best option for you and your former spouse. This whole situation can get extremely messy. Everyone knows that. It can get even messier...

Friday,
August 17, 2018.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

What Do You Need To Know About Alimony

It’s unfortunate that easy and smooth divorces don’t happen very often. Divorce can be a very long and emotional process. Even after the process is over, you still may have to deal with your ex-spouse. You may be required to pay alimony. If you haven’t been through this process or if you don’t know anyone...

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