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    Dealing with Post-Divorce Emotions

    Posted on behalf of the firm on March 23, 2014

    Regardless of where an individual is in the divorce process, they are undoubtedly experiencing a veritable overload of emotions. Whether it’s at the beginning of the process, wondering what went wrong, or worrying about how family members are going to side in the middle of the process, or nearing the end of the process and [...]

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    Finances in Divorce

    Posted on behalf of the firm on March 16, 2014

    It has been well-established that divorce can have serious effects on an individual’s future. Relationships with family members and even friends can become strained or challenged, and many times, a person has to simply walk away from something that they used to care about. One are that divorce has possibly the greatest effect on, however, [...]

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    Child Support Payments Being Held by Florida Government

    Posted on behalf of the firm on March 9, 2014

    There have been numerous stories in the news about so-called “deadbeat” parents who do not pay their child support payments. Unfortunately, children across Southwest Florida aren’t receiving their child support payments for another reason entirely: The state of Florida itself. There are almost 40,000 families in Florida that are reliant on child support, but for [...]

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    Florida Being Sued By 8 Same-Sex Couples Over Marriage

    Posted on behalf of the firm on March 2, 2014

    The fight over same-sex marriage has been raging back and forth across the country for years now. First some states legalized same-sex unions, then some legalized same-sex marriage, then certain states made same-sex marriage illegal including recognizing marriages filed in other states, and the fight continues. Most recently, 8 couples are suing the state of [...]

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    Streamlining Divorce Process Could Do More Harm than Good

    Posted on behalf of the firm on February 23, 2014

    Depending on how invested you are in the topic, you may have heard of a recent movie called “Divorce Corp,” which tries to paint the divorce industry as some mega-corporate billion dollar industry, all controlled via puppet strings by rich judges and lawyers. According to the filmmakers, the only way to improve things is to [...]

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    Divorce Rate Increasing Along With Economy

    Posted on behalf of the firm on February 16, 2014

    The performance of the economy is tied to very many things, and when it changes, the reverberations are felt throughout numerous industries. One place that many people do not think of is in the area of family law. With the recent economic growth, however, many states are seeing divorce numbers start to climb. Hitting a [...]

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    Florida Congressman Undergoing Difficult Divorce

    Posted on behalf of the firm on January 19, 2014

    If there is anything that the media and popular culture has taught us, it’s that those in the limelight are never immune from the problems of the common folk. For example, a Florida Congressman recently got a bout of bad news, when his wife filed for a divorce. The petition, filed in Orlando last week, [...]

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    Florida Alimony Laws Starting to Come Under Fire

    Posted on behalf of the firm on January 12, 2014

    Alimony laws in Florida have been under some scrutiny in the past month since a front-page story was done on them in early December. While the current alimony laws serve many purposes, some groups are beginning to questions whether they are still viable in this day and age. The process of alimony started back in [...]

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    Collaborative Law Divorces on the Rise in Florida

    Posted on behalf of the firm on January 5, 2014

    The story often goes as follows: A couple gets married, starts having difficulties of some sort, and eventually decides to get a divorce. Most of the time, it is expected that divorces will be bitter and full of fighting and back-stabbing, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Fighting over property division, assets, and [...]

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    How to Manage a Divorce Around the Holidays

    Posted on behalf of the firm on December 22, 2013

    Here’s a scenario: You and your newlywed spouse just had a baby, but your parents were recently involved in an extremely bitter divorce. You want them both to be there, but they are not able to be in the same room together yet. Or another scenario, you and your spouse are recently unhappily divorced and [...]

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