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Category Archives: Blog

Contested Divorce

If you are filing for divorce, chances are you and your spouse cannot agree on anything. If this is the case, you need to file a contested divorce rather than an uncontested divorce. Couples who need help deciding on the terms of their divorce take this route because they need to dispute the terms in […]

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Uncontested Divorce

When you and your spouse agree to part ways, you can file for an uncontested divorce or a contested divorce. An uncontested divorce is when the two parties agree on the terms without taking it to court. As a Tampa divorce lawyer, we understand there might be disagreements, but if you can settle the common […]

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How to Talk to Your Children about Divorce

Going through a divorce when you have children is always difficult. You may be wondering how to broach the subject with your kids, and how to prepare for their reaction, whatever that may be. Here is a short guide that you can use to speak to your kids about your upcoming divorce Do It Together […]

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Divorce Mediation Can Save You Money and Stress

Divorce is not an easy process – especially if there are children involved. During this emotionally charged time, it can be easy to allow animosity towards your soon-to-be-ex spouse to derail discussions about splitting up assets, child custody, and finances. Investing in divorce mediation can help your divorce proceedings run more smoothly, keep things amicable […]

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What is Durational Alimony?

The state of Florida officially recognizes six different types of alimony, awarded based on specific factors such as the length of the marriage, the needs of one party, and the ability to pay of the other, and the responsibilities of each party when it comes to any children they share. Durational alimony was introduced in […]

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What is a Financial Affidavit, and Why do You Need one When Divorcing in Florida?

When you file for divorce, you have 45 days to fill out a financial affidavit. This is a mandatory disclosure that includes your employment information, income, assets, liabilities, and expenses. It is extremely important that you fill out the affidavit form as accurately as possible, because it will become crucial to your divorce proceedings. The […]

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