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Category Archives: Divorce

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Navigating a Contested Divorce in Tampa

Divorce is never easy, but it’s even more complicated when there is a broad area of disagreement between the spouses. When the husband and wife differ on even one issue, they’re involved in what is called a contested divorce in Tampa. As you can guess, when there are areas of dispute, the divorce is more […]

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Essential Documents to Update after a Divorce

Getting divorced isn’t just about dividing up assets. You need to make sure your former spouse retains no legal control over you or your property, and that involves more than simply deciding who gets what after a split. Speak with your family attorney in Tampa about updates to critically important documents, including: Your Will — […]

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Four Reasons Why People Get Divorced

“Till death do us part” might be one of the most famous vows is the world and in media, but marriages, in reality, don’t always take things that far. There are several valid reasons to seek help from a divorce lawyer in Tampa, FL, and some of them are more common than others. Here are […]

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How to Know When Divorce is the Right Decision

In the past, many people thought “divorce” as a bad word. But today, many people have warmed up to divorce as a logical course of action when a marriage doesn’t work out. Divorce no longer has the same negative connotations that it once did. However, that doesn’t mean it’s any easier to choose to separate. […]

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Is an Uncontested Divorce Right for You?

Going through a divorce is difficult for everyone involved, but there is a way to make things easier. If you and your spouse want to end the relationship without going to court, an uncontested divorce might be the right path for you. This type of divorce is not appropriate for every case, so we’re here […]

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