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Author Archives: Jay Butchko

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Divorce In The Time Of Sky-High Prices

By Schwartz | White |

Many couples take a marriage vow to love each other for richer or for poorer, but financial stress can be the true test of a couple’s commitment to each other and to their marriage.  Now that the price of groceries and just about everything else is skyrocketing, even households with six-figure incomes are living… Read More »

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How Long Do You Have To Stay Sober Before You Can Get More Parenting Time?

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The concept of hitting rock bottom before beginning to recover from substance use disorder is somewhat outdated, but most people enter inpatient treatment centers for addiction with the feeling that things have gotten bad and they want to achieve sobriety before things get any worse. Perhaps parents feel this even more acutely than people… Read More »

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Is Your Ex-Spouse Entitled To Half Of Your Cryptocurrency?

By Schwartz | White |

The family law courts of Florida require couples to divide all of their marital property equitably, which means fairly but maybe or maybe not equally.  Most of the time, couples agree on the details of the equitable distribution of their marital property during mediation, but if they cannot agree, then the judge decides at… Read More »

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Does A Prenuptial Agreement Always Mean A Painless Divorce?

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Dividing a deceased person’s property is much easier if the decedent wrote a will.  Likewise, dividing a couple’s property is much easier if the couple signed a prenuptial agreement before they got married.  Of course, that is a cynical way of looking at things.  Everyone who is born will eventually die, but not every… Read More »

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Divorce Is Just As Hard When Your Children Are Adults

By Schwartz | White |

There is no age at which it is easiest for children to adjust to their parents’ divorce; every age comes with its own challenges.  Divorced parents of babies are vulnerable to endless conflict over fussiness and diaper rash.  If your children are old enough to attend school when you get divorced, then you get… Read More »

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Divorce Concierges Can Make Your Divorce Less Stressful

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People like to daydream about being wealthy, but you know what the old song says about more money, more problems.  High net worth divorce is its own kind of agony.  The more marital property you and your spouse own, the more there is to disentangle.  Affluent people are more likely to sign prenuptial agreements,… Read More »

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Childcare Arrangements And Your Divorce

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Divorce is a lot more complicated for couples who have minor children than for couples who do not have children together or whose children have grown up.  Money is part of the reason for this, but it is not the whole reason.  Even couples who are happily married often disagree about children’s expenses or… Read More »

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Will A 2-2-3 Co-Parenting Schedule Work For Your Family?

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Many couples enter divorce mediation hoping to emerge with a parenting plan where each parent gets an equal number of days of parenting time, and some of them succeed.  Their motivation might be to minimize stress for their children, or it may just be that neither parent wants to give up half of the… Read More »

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How To Tell When You Should Swipe Left On A Divorce Lawyer

By Schwartz | White |

You knew that your marriage was ending, but you and your spouse had agreed to call a divorce lawyer on Divorce Monday, right after New Year’s, and meet with the lawyer together.  Now, here you are on Black Friday, having just been served with a divorce petition.  If you do not respond to the… Read More »

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Your First Holiday Season After Divorce: Survival Tips

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One of the differences between childhood and adulthood is that, when you are a child, your anticipation of the holidays is joyful, whereas adults dread the holiday season.  When you are unmarried, you are caught between your parents criticizing you about your single status you’re your dating partner thinking you are being too pushy… Read More »

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