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What Happens When My Divorce Filing is Contested in Florida?
What Happens When My Divorce is Contested?

Going through a contested divorce in Florida is a complicated, frustrating experience. Divorce is never fun or easy, but there are different types of divorce, and some are certainly easier in terms of financial cost and time spent than others. One of the most unfortunate circumstances is when...

The Effect of a Florida Divorce on Social Security Benefits
The Basics on the Effect of Divorce on Social Security Benefits

If you have been married for a significant length of time to someone from whom you are now divorced, there is a chance that you are still eligible for survivor’s Social Security benefits upon your ex-spouse’s death. Divorce laws in the state of Florida can...

Revisiting Child Support Agreements in Florida
Revisiting Child Support Agreements in Florida

When trying to raise a child after separating from your spouse, financial problems become much more challenging. If you find that either your or your spouse’s financial situation has undergone a significant change since the formation of your child support agreement, you should start educating...

On the Religion of the Children Following your Divorce
On the Religion of the Children Following your Divorce

When you marry someone, you are deciding to create a home with them.  When you have children, deciding on what the moral fundamentals of that home will be is one of the most important decisions that parents can make.  But when divorce happens, while a...

Preparing Your Kids for Post-Divorce Dating
Preparing Your Kids for Post-Divorce Dating

After you have gone through a divorce, getting yourself and your children adjusted to new living situations can be tough. One of the hardest things for your kids to adjust to is your newly rekindled dating life. Once you begin dating again, it is important...

Mediation Benefits Florida
How Can Mediation Be of Benefit in the Divorce Process?

Divorce can be an emotionally draining time, and the public nature of it all can make it particularly difficult to navigate. For those that prefer to handle personal issues in a non-public environment, mediation can provide an excellent alternative to the highly visible and time-draining...

Help! My Ex Violated My Restraining Order – What can I do?
Help! My Ex Violated My Restraining Order – What can I do?

Restraining orders can be important tools that are often used to keep abusive and harassing people away and out of the lives of those they are harming. Sometimes, though, these restraining orders are violated, and unwanted and legally prohibited contact takes place. What do you...

Five Good Things a Parenting Plan Does for Your Child in Miami, FL
Five Positive Attributes of Parenting Plans

A parenting plan, also known as a custody and/or visitation agreement, is a document that specifically stipulates the custody and visitation arrangement and decision-making responsibilities of each parent in cases of divorce. This document is an important part of the divorce agreement, as it spells...

Child Custody and Residence: Can You Move out of State?
Child Custody and Residence: Can You Move out of State?

Child custody situations can sometimes be a frustrating arrangement. When something occurs that requires the custody arrangement to be altered further, it is important you know your rights and the potential outcomes of a court decision. One of the most common scenarios that you should...