Divorce Attorney Scott J. Stadler

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  • Child Custody During the Holidays

    Child Custody During the Holidays

    The holidays are upon us. We just made it through Thanksgiving, and now Christmas is rapidly approaching. Christmas is often a joyous time of year where people spend time with family and friends. Kids are excited about presents and the impending visit from Santa. Deciding on a schedule for the holidays can be challenging enough

  • Can My Marriage Survive Infidelity?

    Can My Marriage Survive Infidelity?

    Most people in a relationship value monogamy. When they cannot trust their significant other to be faithful, it erodes a marriage. While fidelity is no guarantee of a happy, lifelong marriage, infidelity can almost always end a marriage. Such a dishonest move can cause irreparable damage, and in most cases, it leads to divorce. However,

  • Financial Abuse in a Marriage

    Financial Abuse in a Marriage

    When people think of abuse, physical harm often comes to mind. They imagine their spouse hitting, slapping, punching, kicking, or attempting to strangle them. Maybe their spouse has hit them with objects or tried to stab or shoot them. Emotional abuse is also common in relationships. One person may constantly berate the other, criticizing them,

  • How Millennials are Changing Marriage and Divorce

    How Millennials are Changing Marriage and Divorce

    In the past, couples married for love. Nowadays, there needs to be more than love in order for millennials to get married. They want security, as well, and this is changing their view on marriage and how they will deal with a divorce, should one happen. Millennials are considered to be those who were born

  • Understanding Bigamy in Florida

    Understanding Bigamy in Florida

    For most people, one marriage at a time is enough. However, some people are married to multiple people and have more than one spouse at a time. Marriage to two or more people at one time is called bigamy, and it is illegal in Florida and all 50 states. Some countries do allow bigamy, but

  • How to Avoid a Divorce

    How to Avoid a Divorce

    If things have not been going too well lately with your husband or wife, you may be worried that your marriage will end in divorce. Communication and trust issues can rear their heads and cause a marriage to fail, even if you have been happily married for some time. Not every divorce is wanted. In

  • Divorcing? There is an App for That

    Divorcing? There is an App for That

    Even in the best of situations, divorcing is neither fun nor easy. By ending your marriage, you are splitting your family in two. This means all your assets are essentially divided in half, as well. Adding to the stress is the fact that you likely have kids or are near retirement. While there is nothing

  • Does Divorce Impact Retirement?

    Does Divorce Impact Retirement?

    Ending a marriage can impact your finances in a variety of ways. Obviously, hiring a lawyer can be quite costly, but another way in which your finances can take a hit is your retirement fund. If you are in your 20s and 30s and considering divorce, you might not be too concerned about retirement. However,

  • How Divorce can Hurt Your Credit Score

    How Divorce can Hurt Your Credit Score

    If you check your credit score on a regular basis, you may notice that certain factors make it go up or down. For example, paying off a loan would make your score increase. Missing a credit card payment would cause it to drop. Going through a divorce can also cause your credit score to decline.

  • Is Marriage Counseling Effective?

    Is Marriage Counseling Effective?

    While we all hope to live happily ever after with our spouses, this goal does not always work out. Dynamics in a marriage are constantly changing. People lose their jobs. Some cheat on their spouses. Some develop addictions. Couples often fall out of love and end up going through the motions. They may live their