Divorce Attorney Scott J. Stadler

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  • Can a Marriage Plan Help You?

    Can a Marriage Plan Help You?

    Marriage is not a decision to be taken lightly. There are many considerations that go into actually following through with saying ‘yes.’ How will the bills be handled? Where will the partners live and how will they dispose of individual real property? Whose name will be on the utility bills? Are children in the future,

  • Tips for Making the Most Out of Mediation

    Traditionally, divorce has been an adversarial process that can often be more difficult than needs to be. However, the last few decades have seen new approaches to the divorce process, such as mediation. Mediation is a process in which two parties attempt to reach a settlement over a conflict between them by allowing an impartial

  • Common Questions About Florida Divorce

    Divorce can be a complicated process, and it is certainly a stressful experience. However, many people have similar questions and concerns when it comes to the Florida divorce process. Some common questions and answers are listed below. However, if you are considering divorce, it is important that you speak to a family law attorney with

  • Preserving a Business Through Divorce

    The traditional divorce process is often unavoidably adversarial. It is difficult for spouses to go through the divorce process without experiencing often extreme emotional, mental, physical, and financial strain. Even in a divorce process where spouses can agree on many of the factors that arise during litigation, the toll of a divorce can be devastating

  • Altering the Narrative: Positive Thinking in Divorce

    The majority of people contemplating divorce do so because they have experienced some sort of profound unhappiness in their relationship. The unhappiness may stem from adultery, finances, lack of communication, or just a general uneasiness that a marriage is not working. For each individual person, the thought process that leads him or her to consider

  • Family Law Mediation Conferences

    When a divorce is filed with the court, it can become an all-out battle, with each side presenting information in order to outdo the other side. Typically, divorce is seen as a combative process, where one spouse is pitted against another in order to obtain things like spousal support, property, and custody or visitation over

  • How Divorce May Affect Your Health Insurance

    Divorce can affect all aspects of your finances – including your health insurance. With health care costs climbing higher and higher, it is extremely important to understand the insurance implications of your divorce early on in the process. This is an especially important subject if your health insurance has been provided by your spouse’s employer.

  • Is It Possible to Have Joint Custody of a Pet?

    Is It Possible to Have Joint Custody of a Pet?

    Lots of people with pets will gladly tell you that they consider their pets to be members of their families. And as such, when couples with pets split up, it is increasingly common for them to seek shared custody of their pets – similar to custody arrangements for children. Some of these couples have learned,

  • Mediation – An Alternative Approach

    Mediation – An Alternative Approach

    Many times couples who are divorcing are looking for a method of resolving their disputes that offers an alternative to having a court decide such important matters as time-sharing, child support and alimony.  Even if there are major points of contention, these often can be resolved through mediation. In Florida, most courts require that the

  • Post-Divorce Counseling – Why Everyone Can Benefit

    Let’s assume your divorce has been final for some time.  You have a parenting plan in place for the children, but for some reason you and your ex are still arguing over details. There can be great benefit from counseling post-divorce to learn to navigate the waters of being The Ex.  Sometimes divorced couples get