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Believe It or Not: When to Turn to the Internet for Help in Florida divorces
Believe It or Not: When to Turn to the Internet for Divorce Help

For most of us, it seems like the internet can solve just about every problem out there.  Answers to questions like “where should we have dinner,” “how to fix a doorbell,” and “what are the most popular baby names of the year” are only a...

The Best Case Scenario: What Happens When Divorce Goes Smoothly i n Florida
The Best Case Scenario: What Happens When Divorce Goes Smoothly

So many of the stories we hear about divorce - from friends, family, websites, articles, television, and movies - are horror stories. We hear about divorces that take years to finalize, divorces that nearly bankrupt all parties involved, divorces that leave children neglected and hurt,...

Can I File for Divorce From a Person That Was Deported?
Can I File for Divorce From a Person That Was Deported?

Divorce can be a complicated process, and it is only made more difficult when your current spouse has been deported. This might seem like an impossible situation, and you might feel you will never get a proper divorce, but you really should not worry. The...

The Most Expensive Divorces in History
The Most Expensive Divorces in History

Hearing the words “nasty divorce” can immediately evoke the thought a costly battle ahead. We hear about the recent celebrity break-up along with a startling divorce settlement figure dances that ends up being published by media outlets on a regular basis. While it’s no secret...

Short-Term Marriage: Does Length of Marriage Affect Divorce?
Important Information Regarding No-Fault Divorce in Florida

Couples who reside in Florida, who no longer wish to remain married, can file for dissolution of the marriage. Although many states require a statement of grounds (such as adultery) for a divorce to be granted - Florida is a no-fault divorce state. That means...

In Arrears With Your Child Support Payments in Florida?
In Arrears With Your Child Support Payments in Florida?

In the state of Florida, non-custodial parents are often required to pay child support as a means of continuing to contribute financially to the upbringing of the children. Sometimes circumstances may change, and the parent responsible for paying the child support can get behind in...

5 Telltale Signs You’re in Need of a Prenuptial Agreement
3 Telltale Signs You’re in Need of a Prenuptial Agreement

In the Florida, a staggering percentage of marriages end in divorce. If you are in the process of getting married or are considering proposing to your long-term partner, those oft-cited and depressing statistics don’t have to scare you -  plenty of couples “make it” too....

Help - My Co-Parent Refuses to Take My Child to School!
My Co-Parent Refuses to Take My Child to School!

It’s a parenting nightmare: you’ve just gone through a divorce, and had a long and drawn out custody battle, and now your co-parent isn’t living up to their commitments and responsibilities.  Sometimes your co-parent might be putting in a genuine effort, and is close to...

How to Talk to Your Kids About Divorce in Miami, Florida
How to Talk to Your Kids About Divorce

Divorce has a profound impact on children. It changes their perception of relationships, where they physically live, and with whom they spend most of their time. These challenges, combined with the innate difficulties of growing older, can inhibit a child’s development if not dealt with...