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  • Relocation After A Divorce

    Relocation After A Divorce Your divorce has long been over.  Life is moving along, the parenting plan is working fairly well and the children have pretty well adjusted to their new circumstances.  You have primary physical custody of the children, and your ex has generous time-sharing.   Now your company has offered you a promotion in

  • 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

  • Loose Ends: What Paperwork Needs to Be Done After a Divorce

    In the aftermath of a divorce there are a number of “cleanup” items to attend to in order to ensure that your newly single life will move along smoothly.  While these things are often very far down on the list of priorities (keeping the kids fed and chauffeured are at the top of that list!),

  • Domestic Violence in Florida – Part 1

    We are seeing a great deal of coverage in the news about professional athletes accused of varying types of domestic violence.  Domestic violence is a crime, but all too often the criminal aspect of this is pushed aside because of other considerations, such as economic factors.  Domestic violence can spill over from the spouse as

  • Proving Income For Support & Alimony Purposes

    In a dissolution proceeding you both must provide financial information so the court may determine what the child support and (in some cases) alimony amounts will be in effect going forward. What is Income? For the purpose of support and maintenance issues, income is funds from any source, including wages, tips, commissions, overtime, benefits, interest

  • Default Divorces

    Last month we talked about two of the different types of dissolution proceedings available in Florida here and here.  This month we are going to continue that discussion with another type of dissolution available. The four types of dissolution available are: – a Simplified Dissolution of Marriage – an Uncontested Dissolution – a Default Dissolution – a

  • Contested Divorce

    In other posted articles we have discussed three of the four types of dissolution which are available in Florida. The four types of dissolution are: – a Simplified Dissolution of Marriage – an Uncontested Dissolution – a Default Dissolution – a Contested Dissolution We have talked about all but the Contested Dissolution; now we address

  • Are you ready to leave your marriage?

    Making the decision He still leaves the toilet seat up.  She still hogs the covers.  Is that really it?  Or is it something more?  He doesn’t appreciate you? She isn’t interested in you?  How do you know when it’s time to end it? Obviously if there’s verbal or physical abuse, or an addiction problem, that’s

  • Difficult Divorce: It Doesn’t Need To Be

    Difficult Divorce: It Doesn’t Need To Be

    So You’re Ready to End Your Marriage It’s just not working. You know it; your spouse knows it. Your friends know it. The time has come to do something about it. You don’t want an emotional, hateful, negative experience. You want to remember the good things and end it the same way you started it.

  • Helping Children Cope With Divorce

    Helping Children Cope With Divorce

    You and your spouse have agreed that the time has come to dissolve your marriage. You know this is the right thing to do, but you are both concerned about the children. They should be your top priority right now, but how do you go about helping them deal with the change and the loss