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Florida Parenting Plans and Parents’ Mental Health

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The good news is that society’s awareness of mental health and mental illness are increasing, and thus, the stigma against seeking treatment for a psychiatric illness has lessened during our lifetimes. Today, nearly one in five Americans has received a diagnosis of a mental illness at least once in their lifetime. Now that almost… Read More »

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If You Owe Back Child Support, Filing for Bankruptcy Is Not the Solution

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Financial hardship has become to rule rather than the exception for many Americans, especially those with minor children. As you reduce your spending to deal with life in the gig economy, you might find yourself eliminating expenses you once considered a necessity. You bring a granola bar and a thermos of coffee to work,… Read More »

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Do You Have to Pay the Debts That Your Ex Racked Up During the Marriage?

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Debt is becoming as universal as death and taxes, and it is a major source of marital conflict, sometimes even before the marriage begins. The ubiquity of student loan debt among people who have graduated from college in the last two decades is a factor in the trend in which people are getting married… Read More »

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The Handelsman Divorce: A Sweet Love Story with an Ugly Ending

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Tabloid journalists whose job is to find far-fetched rumors about rich people and spin them into something even more salacious would be hard-pressed to come up with a story as clickable as the divorce of Burt and Lucille “Lovey” Handelsman, the couple who built a real estate empire throughout South Florida, only to spend… Read More »

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How Young Is Too Young to Receive Permanent Alimony?

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One of the most painful things about divorce is having to build a new life without so many of the things on which you used to rely. For example, if your social circle during your marriage consisted mostly of your spouse’s college buddies and their spouses, you will probably have to seek out new… Read More »

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How to Get Out of Paying Child Support Without Breaking Any Rules

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The days leading up to Valentine’s day are prime time for cynical Google search queries, like “love stinks,” “women are gold diggers,” and “men are scum.” When you are a parent, though, you can’t afford just to channel your self-pity into Google searches. Even your most misanthropic search engine adventures are at least slightly… Read More »

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Which Divorce Monday Strategy Is Right for You?

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Divorce Monday is here again. January 6, the first Monday of 2020, is this year’s Divorce Monday. It is the biggest day of the year for taking the first steps toward divorce. Divorce Monday sees more Google searches about divorce lawyers and how to divorce than any other day in the year. It is… Read More »

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How Will a Guardian ad Litem Affect Your Child Custody Case?

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Children are often the subject of the bitterest disagreements during a divorce. Sometimes the parents’ divorce petitions and testimony in court wildly contradict each other about the children’s behavior and wishes. For this reason, the courts sometimes ask children to testify, but this practice has its own problems. Teenagers might have a clear preference… Read More »

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Intentionally Losing Money to Avoid Paying Spousal Support Will Always Backfire

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In Florida, equitable distribution is the guiding principle for deciding division of property and, when applicable, spousal support. In other words, the courts attempt to separate a couple’s finances according to what is fair. The court determines how much money the couple has and how much each spouse needs. The law assumes that both… Read More »

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Update Your Co-Parenting Vocabulary for the New Year

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Language changes quickly. Now it is 2020, and, having firmly established a name for the decade known as the aughts, we now take their linguistic innovations for granted, such as the word “bromance” and using “friend” as a verb. Meanwhile, the 1959 edition of the Elements of Style advised writers to refer to one… Read More »

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