Category: Divorce

Best Interests of the Child Mean in Florida Parenting Cases

What Does the “Best Interests of the Child” Mean in Florida Parenting Cases?

If you are even slightly familiar with Florida divorce law, you may have heard the term “best interests of the child.” As a parent, you are likely the person who is most familiar with your child and has their best interests at heart. However, the legal definition may vary from [...]

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Can You Have an Uncontested Divorce

Can You Have an Uncontested Divorce?

While divorce is often the culmination of many differences, disagreements, and arguments, it doesn’t have to be bitter and end in more of the same. It is possible for two spouses who are in the process of dissolving their marriage to work the critical matters out in a way that [...]

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Mediation in Your Florida Divorce

Mediation In Your Florida Divorce

The experience of going through a divorce can be especially stressful and upsetting and is all the more complicated when the process is contested and not moving smoothly. An experienced and professional divorce attorney on your side as soon as possible after deciding to divorce will support you through the [...]

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Divorce Preparation

Divorce Preparation – Things To Keep In Mind

The end of a marriage can be difficult for everyone, including the spouses and any children from the relationship. Processing a divorce as quickly and efficiently as possible while achieving a mutually satisfactory agreement is the goal, but this does not always happen. Divorce cases that drag-on can be detrimental [...]

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Divorce Process in Florida

Overview of Divorce Laws in Florida

Divorce is sometimes inevitable, and if a divorce is in your future, it can help to have a basic understanding of Florida divorce laws. These laws are complicated, and they can influence the outcome of your divorce and affect your future for years to come. Below is a brief overview [...]

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Property Division in Florida Divorce

How Does Property Division Work in a Florida Divorce?

Every state has different rules regarding how a married couple divides property in a divorce. In Florida, the law requires an equitable division of property between divorcing spouses. However, equitable division does not necessarily mean equal division, as many people might assume. Rather, equitable division means that property division should [...]

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Dividing Assets in a Divorce KLG Florida

Dividing Assets in a Divorce

While many people think of dividing assets as a key part of divorce proceedings, many people don’t have much to divide: 77 percent of American households don’t have enough assets to go without income for three months. If this describes you and you’re looking to dissolve your marriage, you may [...]

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What Are Some Requirements to Get Divorced in Florida KLG Law

What Are Some Requirements to Get Divorced in Florida?

For most married couples who try everything to keep their marriage, there reaches a point they have no option left but to seek divorce. If you are one of those, then know you are not alone, because in America, more than 22 percent of first marriages end in divorce within [...]

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Your Divorce Preparation Checklist KLG Florida

Your Divorce Preparation Checklist

Maybe you are relieved that you are finally seriously pursuing a divorce, or perhaps you knew this time was coming and have dreaded it all along. One thing for sure is that divorce can come with many mixed and unexpected emotions. It can be draining in nearly every aspect of [...]

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divorcing a narcissist

Divorcing a Narcissist: Tips, Tools, and What to Expect

The process of divorce, in general, can be overwhelming; however, when divorcing a narcissistic person, you can add many extra challenges along the way. The ideas of working things out, dialogue, mediation, and avoiding going to court are not included in the vocabulary of a self-centered person. But how can [...]

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