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Can I File for Divorce in Florida Without an Attorney?

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If you are contemplating a divorce, you may be wondering whether it’s possible to file without retaining a Florida divorce attorney to assist you. In Florida, a divorce is referred to as a dissolution of marriage. While it’s legally possible to file for a dissolution on your own, it is not necessarily advised in… Read More »

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Impact of Social Media on Your Marriage and Divorce

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Whether we realize it or not, social media has significantly impacted most areas of our lives. From the way we communicate with others to how we form our opinions, social media plays a substantial role in what we say, think, and feel. Our relationships are one of the greatest aspects of our lives most… Read More »

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How the Length of Your Marriage May Affect the Outcome of Your Florida Divorce

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Divorce is never easy, and whether you have been married for two years or 20 years, the process is emotionally trying, draining, and difficult. However, whereas the couple that has only been married for two years can likely quickly reestablish independent lives, the couple that has been married for 20 years is going to… Read More »

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Void or Voidable? Parsing the Language in Considering Annulments and Divorce

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Divorce and annulment are two ways of terminating the legal relationship between two married spouses. Whether your planned or intended separation falls into one or both categories is largely determined based on whether in the marriage is void or voidable. The difference between these two characteristics is one that often leaves even law students… Read More »

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Divorcing an Incapacitated Individual: Frequently Asked Questions

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In the state of Florida, there are two grounds for divorce. Demonstrating that the marriage is irretrievably broken is the most common rationale used. However, in rare cases, spouses may rely on the alternative rationale: incapacitation. If one spouse is or becomes mentally incapacitated and remains so for three years or more, the marriage… Read More »

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Should You File for Simplified Divorce?

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Filing for divorce can be a stressful process. If you have read about or heard of Florida’s simplified divorce process, an alternative to the traditional divorce process, it may immediately seem tempting to select that route. But not everything simplified is in your best interests. Simplified divorce suits some couples far better than others,… Read More »

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Step-by-Step: The Divorce Process in Florida

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Executing a divorce can appear at first glance to be a daunting process, fraught with multiple requirements and expectations as well as opportunities to make mistakes. Indeed, the divorce process in Florida can be quite complex depending on a couple’s assets, intentions, and even attitudes. To simplify the Florida process, here is a timeline… Read More »

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A Divorce Timeline: What to Expect

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If you are getting ready to go through the divorce process, it may be difficult to know what to expect. The path to divorce can be complicated and stressful, but having a rough idea of what is ahead can help ease your mind. Consider this timeline of the divorce process a helpful road map… Read More »

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Why may I need exclusive use and possession of the marital home during my divorce?

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Often after the initial filing of a divorce case, the atmosphere in the Parties home may become even more acrimonious than it previously was, and sometimes even volatile. This situation can lead to heightened emotions, tension and in more severe cases, even violence. Aside from the obvious heightened tensions in the living environment, the… Read More »

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