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How to Save Money on Your Divorce

Divorce can be an expensive process, but you can keep costs to a minimum by using a practical approach. A contested and litigious divorce is likely to be far more costly than an amicable one. Save money on your divorce by keeping cool and staying organized. Here are some additional tips to keep costs down […]

Can Our Marriage Be Annulled?

When a couple divorces, the court decrees that the marriage is dissolved. When a marriage is annulled, the court decrees that the marriage could not legally have taken place and therefore never did. Florida does not have any specific law regarding annulment, but under certain specific conditions a judge can grant an annulment if the […]

Why Are We Rushing the Wedding?

The state of Florida has a three-day waiting period from the time you acquire a marriage license until you can get married. You must use the license within 60 days, and you can have your wedding in any Florida county you wish. If your partner-to-be is in a hurry to tie the knot, proceed with […]

Divorce Denied! How to Really Tick Off a Judge

A Boca Raton couple left divorce court recently with the most unanticipated result — the judge denied their petition to divorce. In a bold move circuit court judge Edward Garrison wrote a scathing judgment denying the petition for dissolution of marriage of Boca Raton residents Linda and Jacob Shai. Over the course of the two-day […]

Keeping Co-Parenting Positive

Parenting can be challenging under the best of circumstances. When parents are divorced and need to continue to parent the children they share, the complexities of the adult relationship can interfere with the shared goals of raising healthy children. Here are some tips to help divorced parents raise children together in a more loving, supportive […]

Bird’s Nest Parenting — the New Divorce Standard?

When parents divorce they usually establish two homes — one for each parent — and the children move between them. This is the best arrangement for parents, but it may not be the best thing for children. A new trend toward bird’s nest parenting — in which children stay put and the parents take turns […]

Child Support Beyond the Age of Majority

Divorced parents — like all parents — share the obligation to provide education, food, clothing, medical care and housing for their children until they reach emancipation. In some cases, the need to support a child financially stretches beyond the age of 18. If your child is over 18 but remains financially dependent, you and your […]

A Brief History of the Premarital Agreement

A premarital agreement is a relatively new concept in its current form — a means of determining the distribution of a couple’s assets in the event of death or divorce — but it is not an entirely new concept. There are a number of examples of premarital agreements throughout history — from ancient civilizations to […]

Cyberstalking on the Rise in Florida

Cyberstalking is defined as a pattern of repeated messages delivered by electronic means and designed to instill fear in the victim. Platforms for cyberstalking include Facebook, email, phone, fax, text message, Instagram and any other means available. Cyberstalkers use the anonymity of the Internet and cellphone to post threatening photos, videos and other messages to […]

How Can I Make Changes in My Parenting Plan?

During the divorce, couples with children formulate a parenting plan as part of a divorce agreement. The parenting plan includes the details of how residency and time-sharing are to be divided, as well as the particulars of managing and sharing the various responsibilities and developmental needs of children. When might modification be in order? As […]

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