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How to Get Divorced in Florida When You’re Broke

By Schwartz | White |

The Internet seems eager, perhaps even frighteningly so, to give people advice about high net worth divorce.  Perhaps it falls into the category of aspirational content.  The people who commission freelance writers to create this content if you are lucky, and who command chatbots to write it if you are not, might assume that… Read More »

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Coping With Summer Co-Parenting Conflict

By Schwartz | White |

For kids, summer vacation is a welcome break, but for parents, it is a stressful disruption of your plans.  Unless you are a teacher, your work schedule does not revolve around the school calendar; your responsibilities continue unabated, even as your kids require transportation to summer camps so far away that they make you… Read More »

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Coping With a Tough Housing Market During Divorce

By Schwartz | White |

Two of the most stressful things in life are getting divorced and selling your house.  If you have ever done either, you can probably understand why members of Generation Z, the “lying flat” generation, or whatever you want to call them are in no hurry to get married or buy a house.  When you… Read More »

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DivDecree

3 Provisions of Your Marital Settlement Agreement That Can Never Be Too Detailed

By Schwartz | White |

No one likes a pedant, but sometimes it pays to nitpick about details.  Anyone who has ever worked in an industry that involves writing and editing knows that sometimes obvious mistakes escape the notice of multiple people who review the document, only to make themselves known during the final round of proofreading, or worse,… Read More »

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Refinancing a Home Mortgage After Divorce

By Schwartz | White |

Deciding which spouse, if either, gets to keep the marital home is often one of the most contentious issues in divorce mediation.  Houses are expensive.  Most millionaires in the United States only qualify as such because their house is valued at more than a million dollars; many of these millionaires do not have enough… Read More »

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Managing Prenuptial Agreement Regret

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Love makes us more daring than we otherwise would be.  You might know a cautious, risk averse couple who knew each other for less than a year before they got married, but they have stayed married for decades.  Something made them take a leap of faith that was out of character for them, and… Read More »

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Can Co-Parenting Apps Help You Manage Conflict With Your Ex-Spouse?

By Schwartz | White |

The couples who are celebrating their divorce anniversary together, clinking their champagne glasses on Instagram like they did in their wedding photo aren’t telling you the whole truth; they may be smiling for the camera, but they have complicated feelings that don’t come across on social media.  The ones who get sloppy drunk with… Read More »

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How Does Equitable Distribution of Pet Ownership Work?

By Schwartz | White |

Millennials’ memories of the 90s are a fever dream in garish colors, but if you concentrate hard enough, you might remember the incident where Drew Barrymore and Tom Green had a brief marriage, followed by an epic divorce battle over their dog Flossie.  It’s all fun and celebrity Schadenfreude until it happens to you. … Read More »

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DivorceConsult

Florida Bigamy Laws

By Schwartz | White |

Bigamy is when one person is married to two people at the same time, and in Florida and every other state, it is against the law.  On the surface, it is an old-fashioned sounding word that has lost its sting.  Lots of people cheat on their spouses; the divorce court does not care which… Read More »

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FightingOverHouse

Which Spouse, If Any, Keeps the Marital Home?

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As many times as your divorce lawyer may tell you that divorce is not about winning or losing, the marital home can easily feel like a battleground, even if you and your spouse do not resort to childish pranks to antagonize each other like Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston’s characters in The Breakup.  Divorce… Read More »

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