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What Your Kids Need Most From You During & After Divorce

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For anyone who has gone through it or had friends or family go through it, you know that divorce is rarely an “easy” process, especially if it is contentious and children are involved. Some children can go through a variety of worries as a result; worries that include potential guilt, fear of abandonment, fear… Read More »

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How to “Divorce-Proof” Your Business

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When it comes to businesses started during your marriage, you may not realize that, if you do not properly protect that business, it could be split with your ex in the event of divorce. Some individuals even find themselves having to give up their own shares of a company they started – allowing their… Read More »

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Grounds For The Termination Of Parental Rights In Florida

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The law favors keeping families together as long as it is in the best interest of the child. In this regard, only very specific actions can lead to the termination of parental rights in states like Florida, actions such as: Written Surrender Parents can voluntarily execute a written surrender of a child and consent… Read More »

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What is a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) in Florida?

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When parents get divorced and/or otherwise go through a child custody dispute, sometimes the court will appoint what’s known as a Guardian Ad Litem to represent the child’s best interests (as a neutral third party). Guardians Ad Litem have typically completed mandatory training courses in order to become advocates, and effectively end up serving… Read More »

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Relocation after Divorce

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Divorce and child custody issues are already difficult enough without also having to address the issue of relocation after divorce. Depending upon the specific circumstances surrounding the relocation, it could very well affect the amount of time a parent spends with their child. For these reasons, it is important to understand what Florida law… Read More »

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Keeping Children Supported Throughout the Divorce Process

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Anyone who has gone through (or is currently going through) divorce and has children knows that one of the primary concerns is the well-being of their children and how they will get through it. Change can be especially harsh on children, especially during stages when routines are so important to their development. According to… Read More »

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Important Financial Decisions to Make Before, During and After Divorce

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Divorce not only brings change to your personal/family life, but to your finances as well. This is why it is crucial that you make the right financial decisions immediately before, during, and soon after your divorce, so that you are on the right track. This can be done with the assistance of an experienced… Read More »

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Protecting Your Non-marital Property and Assets

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Divorce is rarely an easy process for couples. Even for those splitting up amicably, frustration can sometimes emerge when dealing with sensitive issues such as child custody or property and asset division. Florida abides by the principle of equitable distribution, meaning that any and all property and other assets acquired during the marriage is… Read More »

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Grandparent-Grandchild Visitation in Florida

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Unfortunately, sometimes when there is divorce and/or death within a family, there are also visitation-related disputes. While the courts will always be most concerned with what is in the best interests of the child, it is also important to note that grandparents do have certain visitation rights under some circumstances. The Law in Florida… Read More »

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