Divorce Differently: Collaborative Practice

Divorce Differently: Collaborative Practice

17th Aug 2019 Comments Off on Divorce Differently: Collaborative Practice in Blog, Family Law

According to a recent study referenced by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), the University of Washington reported noticeably higher divorce filing rates in both August and March. What […]

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Digital Divorce

Digital Divorce

10th Aug 2019 Comments Off on Digital Divorce in Blog, Family Law

Almost all of us have some sort of digital footprint – an online presence through digital files or social media profiles. Whether you store your data and files in an […]

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Parenting Plan Evaluations/Social Investigation

Parenting Plan Evaluations/Social Investigation

23rd Jul 2019 Comments Off on Parenting Plan Evaluations/Social Investigation in Blog, Family Law

Divorce is often a complicated and emotional process for all parties involved. It becomes even more complicated when it’s time to determine the best timesharing and parenting plan for your […]

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Independence Day Safety Tips

July 4this almost here and Americans all across the United States will likely be gathering to view the holiday’s most anticipated entertainment: fireworks. While fireworks are a lot of fun, […]

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Why Should You Choose Collaborative Divorce?

What is the Collaborative Process? The Collaborative Process is an alternative, non-adversarial way to resolve a couple’s issues when going through a divorce. It is one of several options to […]

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SAME-SEX DIVORCE IN FLORIDA

SAME-SEX DIVORCE IN FLORIDA

22nd Jun 2019 Comments Off on SAME-SEX DIVORCE IN FLORIDA in Blog, Family Law

Same-sex married couples face unique challenges when it comes to dissolution of marriage. Florida’s long and challenging history with same-sex marriage creates a particularly unique situation for any same-sex couple […]

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What Will You Discover?

Reviewing Your Spouse’s Discovery Documents Unfortunately, some spouses attempt to hide assets before or during a divorce in order to avoid sharing them with their soon-to-be ex. If you don’t […]

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Equitable Distribution In Florida: What You Should Know

The state of Florida utilizes the doctrine of equitable distribution when dividing marital property (property acquired during a marriage with funds or labor) in a divorce. This means that a […]

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Parental Timesharing with Resistant Children

Parental Timesharing with Resistant Children

15th Feb 2019 Comments Off on Parental Timesharing with Resistant Children in Blog, Family Law

9 TIPS FOR HOW TO HANDLE TIMESHARING ISSUES WITH RESISTENT CHILDREN  So, you got the Final Judgment, and your case is finally OVER. You and your ex are ordered by […]

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Asset Protection

When you visualize “asset protection” do you think about hiding money in your mattress? Maybe offshore accounts in the Cayman Islands? Or do you simply think it doesn’t apply to […]

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