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New Florida Shared Parenting Plan Law for Non-Married Parents in Effect for 2018

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At the start of each new year, there is typically a lengthy list of new laws that go into effect all around the country, and 2018 was no different. One of the new laws that went into effect at the first of the year deals with shared parenting plans for unmarried parents in Florida…. Read More »

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Some Considerations When Getting Divorced Later In Life

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Gray divorce refers to divorces involving older couples who have been married for a long time before deciding to go their separate ways. There are many reasons couples may wait until their twilight years before filing for divorce. It could be that the couple decided to wait until the children were older and moved… Read More »

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Is Surrogacy Legal in Florida?

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If you’re contemplating assistance with starting a family after unsuccessfully trying to get pregnant on your own, it’s important to research what options are available for prospective parents in Florida. Individuals who aren’t ready to go the route of adoption just yet may be considering surrogacy, which is where an individual carries the child… Read More »

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Is Social Media Affecting Your Child Custody Case?

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It’s no surprise that social media is a huge part of many peoples’ lives. And, some people tend to vent about anything and everything on their social media channels, without necessarily thinking about potential consequences down the line. One of these potential consequences can become a real concern if you find yourself in the… Read More »

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Losing Friends When Going Through A Divorce

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There are many losses that come with a divorce, and the divorcing spouses have to make adjustments to many areas of their lives in order to deal with the divorce. One such area can be dropping mutual friends. People who were mutual friends of both you and your former spouse may present a challenge… Read More »

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Would Nesting Work for Us and Our Children after Divorce?

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Nesting refers to a situation where parents going through a divorce split their time between a shared home with their children and another independent space, in order to allow the children to stay in the home they knew before the divorce. Instead of the children travelling to each parent’s home during a parent’s parenting… Read More »

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Cyberstalking As Domestic Violence In Florida

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Domestic violence is a serious problem in many relationships, and many spouses consider filing for divorce because they are the victims of abuse. According to a Forbes article, in one year, domestic violence call centers received 28,000 calls daily from victims of domestic violence. Unfortunately, this number is probably only a small fraction of… Read More »

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Helping Children Adjust To Having Second Homes

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Children whose parents go through a divorce face challenges when it comes to adjusting to their new life. Having to live between the two parents’ houses can often be a very difficult transition, and parents can take some steps to help the children prepare for this change. One way to do this can be… Read More »

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Social Media Prenuptial Agreements

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With the rise of social media use, some spouses may want to ensure that their partners do not post unflattering content or content that could be financially or socially damaging on their social media sites. One way that people are using to handle this issue is the use of social media specific prenuptial agreements…. Read More »

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Division Of Student Loan Debt In A Divorce

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As a general rule, debts incurred during a marriage are treated just like assets acquired during the marriage and divided equitably between the spouses in a divorce. When it comes to student loan, it may surprise spouses who are going through a divorce to learn that they may both be responsible for paying the… Read More »

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