2019

Blog Posts in 2019

  • Dealing With the Social Stigma of a Divorce

    Whatever reason a couple decides to divorce, it ultimately comes down to the fact that the couple decides that they are better off separated than they are together. Divorce is not an uncommon occurrence in the United States. In fact, about half of all marriages will end in divorce. You may already be divorced and you are attempting to move forward with your life. Unfortunately, the social stigmas ...
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  • Nailing the Perfect Summer Break Parenting Schedule

    Summer is just around the corner! For many, this means that they will get a break from school to enjoy the warm summer months, spend more quality time with friends and family, participate in outdoor activities, and maybe even take a trip or two. This extra time spent outside of school can leave divorced parents wanting to more spend quality time of their own with their kids. While this can seem ...
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  • Your Top 5 Questions About Child Support in Florida

    Divorce is one of the most difficult things that one can go through. It can push one’s mental and emotional strength to their limits. These times can be especially difficult when you have children with your soon-to-be ex. You want the best for your children, and part of giving them this is being able to adequately provide for them financially. You may have questions regarding child support in ...
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  • Don’t Make These 5 Divorce Mistakes

    The words "divorce" and "loss" are nearly synonymous. During a divorce, you may lose money, time, and relationships, but you may also lose when you fail to increase or preserve the value of marital assets. Here, you'll learn how to protect yourself from unnecessary losses by avoiding costly mistakes. Failing to Increase or Maintain the Marital Estate’s Value For most couples, the family's home is ...
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  • Tips for Going Back to Work After a Divorce

    During a marriage, one spouse might forego employment opportunities to stay at home for a variety of reasons: child care, home maintenance, or simply not needing the extra income. A 2018 study by the Pew Research Center showed that 1 in 5 U.S. moms and dads are stay-at-home parents now. That accounts for more than 11 million moms and dads across the country. In times of divorce, the stay-at-home ...
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  • Rebuilding Your Life After a Divorce

    Divorce is usually a very difficult thing to get through. It fills the parties involved with a great deal of tension, strain, and anxiety. A divorce can be bitter, protracted, and expensive; or, it can be amicable, short, and inexpensive. No matter the cause of the divorce or the nature of your relationship with your ex, it is important to look out for your interests. It is okay to be ...
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  • 6 Essential Steps To Deciding If You Should Get Divorced

    Many married couples currently or have thought previously about whether divorce is the right thing for them. However, before going to a family law attorney, it should be worth taking a look at if it's actually the right step for them. After all, once you've contacted a divorce attorney and started proceedings, it may seem too late to turn back. Be Clear About Your Decision The first step is to ...
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