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How Do I Choose a Divorce Attorney?

Why the Right Attorney Matters There are so many different aspects to a divorce. From children and your home to joint accounts and other property, it can look like you have a mess in front of you when it comes time for a divorce. While the bad news is that going through a ...

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Blog posts in Divorce

  • 7 Tips For An Amicable Divorce

    Can a Divorce Really Be Friendly? The answer to the above question is a highly gray area. While divorce is one of the most contentious situations ...

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  • Can Divorce Records be Sealed?

    Asking the Courts to Seal Divorce Records While divorce records are generally public in Florida, there may be some sensitive information that you ...

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  • Are Divorce Records Public in Florida?

    What Information About Your Divorce is Available to the Public? In Florida, divorce falls under the umbrella of family law. Family court records are ...

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  • How to Protect Your Privacy in Divorce

    Understanding the Importance of Privacy in Divorce Matters Guarding your privacy is not just keeping the gossipers out of your business. Protecting ...

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  • Visitation After Divorce: Tips to Help Your Kids Adjust

    Making the Most Out of Time-Sharing Despite the many difficulties that come with divorce, visitation doesn’t have to be one of them. Visitation, in ...

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  • What Happens if My Ex Won’t Follow the Parenting Plan?

    What is a Parenting Plan? A parenting plan is one in which instructs divorced parents on how to proceed with their children’s care and co-parenting ...

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  • What is Forensic Accounting in Divorce?

    Understanding The Financial Aspects of Divorce Divorce can be emotionally draining and frustrating. Marriage means not just ties to children and ...

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  • Is My Spouse Entitled to Half of My Business?

    Splitting Your Business in Divorce Splitting up from your spouse is never easy, and it can be an emotionally taxing experience — and when you own a ...

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  • The Consequences of Reckless Spending During Divorce

    What is Reckless Spending in Divorce? Also known as dissipation of marital assets, reckless spending in divorce means one spouse is intentionally ...

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