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You Can Still Get The Majority Of Parenting Time Even If Your Ex-Spouse Has More Money Than You Do

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Divorce brings a swirl of emotions with it, including anger, surprise, and sadness, sometimes mixed with relief and hope.  While your divorce case is pending, you might take consolation in the fact that you will soon be able to start a new chapter in your life, from asking your longtime crush out on a… Read More »

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5 Social Media Mistakes People Make During A Divorce Case

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Every fourth grader knows that people are at their worst on the Internet and that you should never give away confidential information online or believe things that you see online that you cannot corroborate in real life.  Despite this, many parents in the midst of a divorce freely display their worst character traits on… Read More »

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How Much Do You Have To Downsize Your Spending After A Divorce?

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Resentment about money is common in married couples, but it is even more common to blame your ex-spouse for your financial troubles during and after a divorce.  Once your divorce becomes final, you will be on your way to freedom from your ex-spouse’s expensive tastes or irresponsible spending habits, but it doesn’t happen overnight. … Read More »

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Do You Still Have To Pay Child Support If Your Child Is An Emancipated Minor?

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Raising teenagers is never easy, especially if you are divorced.  Even if your parenting plan has your kids residing with you for the majority of days in the year, you might feel like you rarely see them and what you say makes little impression on them, making the “physical custody” and “legal custody” provisions… Read More »

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Communicating With Your Ex-Spouse About Co-Parenting Financial Decisions

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You might think that “communicating with your ex-spouse about co-parenting financial decisions” is a euphemism for “fighting with your ex-spouse about child support,” but it is still necessary, and still challenging, to discuss child-related financial decisions with your ex-spouse, even if your child support order has been in place for years and the paying… Read More »

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Can Your Ex-Spouse Stop You From Attending A Destination Wedding?

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For the most part, what you do after your divorce is your business, and your ex-spouse does not have the right to interfere, as long as you abide by your parenting plan.  If you let your preteens play video games all day in the summer while you work from home, your screen time-averse ex… Read More »

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Can Postnuptial Agreements Prevent Divorce?

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Most divorced people can think of something they wish they had done differently in their marriage.  Some wish that they had made more time to spend with their spouse and children, while others wish that they had been better at setting boundaries with their in-laws and their own extended families.  Conflicts over finances are… Read More »

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Should You Represent Yourself In Your Divorce Case?

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You have heard all the complaints from unhappily married people, usually after a few drinks, about how the only thing stopping them from getting a divorce is that they cannot afford to pay for it.  You might even know people who have a bank account, or even a piggy bank, unbeknownst to their spouse,… Read More »

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Frivolous Motions In Divorce Cases

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Most couples have had heated disagreements about silly and unimportant issues, but when you get to divorce court, it is time to focus on issues that are substantial and, if possible, quantifiable.  Whether or not your ex is intentionally earning less money than she could earn makes a difference when it comes to calculating… Read More »

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Temporary Alimony In Florida Divorce Cases

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Permanent alimony is the exception rather than the rule in Florida divorce cases; the court will only order it if the couple was married for at least 17 years and the lower income spouse is retired or unable to work for health reasons.  Does this mean that all other alimony is temporary alimony?  Yes… Read More »

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