Divorce Attorney Scott J. Stadler

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  • Sharing Child Custody During the Holidays

    Sharing Child Custody During the Holidays

    As children get ready to end summer break and go back to school, divorced parents are thinking about something else: Christmas. No, they are not thinking about buying presents and decorations already. They are thinking about custody schedules, anxious about whether or not they will get to see their children open presents on December 25.

  • Reinventing Yourself After a Divorce

    Reinventing Yourself After a Divorce

    You have probably heard the stories about people feeling depressed and angry after a divorce. It happens often. A divorce is a stressful and expensive process. It takes a lot out of a person physically and mentally. The process is exhausting and it can take a toll on a person, even a person who can

  • Managing Finances After a Divorce

    Managing Finances After a Divorce

    There is no doubt that a divorce can be one of the most stressful events in a person’s life. Going from married to single is a huge life change—not just emotionally, but financially as well. A family becomes two, which means two separate households. If the household while the couple was married was a one-income

  • Should You Save Your Marriage or File for Divorce?

    Should You Save Your Marriage or File for Divorce?

    Marriage is not a fairy tale. If you have decided to say “I do,” chances are you and your spouse are going to have disagreements at some point. Being married to someone with the intention of living together for the rest of your life is not an easy task. You may have different goals. People

  • Florida Named One of the Best States for Divorced Dads

    Florida Named One of the Best States for Divorced Dads

    Traditional notions of divorce often portray fathers as getting the short end of the stick when it comes to the final divorce agreement. However, while that may have held some truth for a number of years, it does not reflect the judicial system’s current approach to important issues in divorces that involve children. An experienced

  • The Downside of Self-Representation in Divorce

    The Downside of Self-Representation in Divorce

    It is no secret that divorce can be an expensive experience, and the legal costs involved in divorce are a part of that. It may be tempting for many people to do some research and try to navigate the divorce process without the help of an experienced Florida divorce lawyer. While everyone has the right

  • Divorce and Back-to-School

    Divorce and Back-to-School

    It may seem like summer has just started, but for divorced parents, it is never too early to plan for a smooth transition back to school, particularly for parents whose divorce was recently finalized or will soon be and who may be planning for their first back-to-school experience as a divorced mom or dad. Divorce

  • How to Tell Children About Divorce

    How to Tell Children About Divorce

    Divorce is a stressful event for all involved. Unfortunately, many children get caught up in their parents’ divorce. Many have no clue that their parents are dealing with marital strife until Mom or Dad breaks the news, and breaking the news is no easy task. It is like telling your little one that the family

  • Planning for Divorce: What You Need to Know

    Planning for Divorce: What You Need to Know

    Most couples plan for a wedding—the day they will say “I do” and pledge their love to each other in front of friends and family members. Hardly anyone wants to divorce. Almost all couples get married with the intention of being together as a couple forever.   Nobody plans for a divorce, but the reality

  • Pensions and Divorce

    Pensions and Divorce

    Divorce can be a complex process. Often, the law can be confusing when it comes to divorce, especially concerning division of assets. In fact, determining just how to divide assets is often one of the most contentious parts of the divorce process. One common subject that often plays an important role in asset division is