Blog Posts in 2018

  • Co-Parenting During the Holidays

    In America, there is a 50 percent divorce rate. This means that almost 43 percent of children are being raised in a household that has to deal with co-parenting. Co-parenting is when two parents share the responsibility of raising a child. For the sake of your and your child’s happiness, it is important to work on co-parenting during the holiday season. Communication Is Key Without good ...
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  • Can a Prenup Agreement Ever Be Overturned?

    While no one enters into a marriage expecting it to end in divorce, there are a variety of reasons, such as significant wealth or debt, that lead couples to enter into a prenuptial agreement, commonly known as a “prenup” or premarital agreement. This type of agreement is meant to protect assets in the event of a divorce, but it is important to know that they are frequently challenged in Florida ...
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  • Different Types of Divorce and How They Affect You

    Nobody goes into a marriage expecting to get a divorce. However, it’s the reality of the situation sometimes as some marriages are far too broken to mend. When this is the case, it can seem like you are trapped in a situation with no one to turn to. In times of a divorce, it’s important to remember that you do have options. You can benefit from knowing what types of divorce there are, what they ...
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  • How to Help Your Child Adjust to a Divorce

    A divorce can be challenging for not just you and your spouse but also your children. Nearly 50 percent of American children will witness the breakup of their parents, and it can be difficult to explain the complexity of the situation to them. Depending on the age of your child, the process can affect their mood, grades, emotional health, and overall happiness levels. While going through a ...
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  • Why a Prenuptial Agreement in Florida

    So you’re about to get married and you’re concerned about a potential dispute with your future spouse regarding alimony or property division should your marriage fail. A prenuptial agreement can make your life much easier. What is a Prenuptial Agreement in Florida? A prenuptial agreement, also referred to as a “prenup,” is a written agreement signed between you and your future spouse prior to ...
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