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How Adultery can Impact Your Divorce

When a couple’s relationship ends due to infidelity, there are usually hurt feelings and animosity throughout their divorce. When the case begins, the injured spouse may believe that because they have been cheated on, they can file on this basis in court. Adultery is not a ground for divorce in Florida. However, this does not mean that it will not be a factor in the case. Here are some considerations regarding how adultery can impact your divorce. Florida is a No-Fault State Florida is a n...

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Maintaining a Positive Co-Parenting Relationship

After parents are no longer together, sharing custody of children can be an emotional and complicated process for the entire family. Parents have to adjust to sharing their time while children are left to get used to a life where they have two homes and a parenting schedule. While parents in this situation may encounter frustration and disagreement at times, it is possible to build a positive co-parenting relationship. Your Parenting Plan is the Foundation In Florida, your parenting plan will es...

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Understanding the Best Interest Inquiry

When a Florida family court has to make decisions in a case which concern children, the court must make choices which are in the "best interest of the child." The court can look to several factors to evaluate whether a proposed parenting plan term or change is in a child's best interest. While figuring out what is best for a child may seem obvious to the parties, this can be complicated for courts. Here is some information to consider to help in understanding the best interest inquiry: The Facto...

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Signs that your Child May Need a Therapist

Divorce can be an emotionally trying experience for everyone involved, and this can be especially true for the children. Even the most protective and careful parents will not be able to entirely shield their kids from the feelings they will experience during this time. Further, even when they are not present during their parent's conflict, children will still feel their parents’ tension. Some kids may need help in understanding and managing their feelings about the changes in their family....

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What to do When Your Ex is Hiding Assets During Divorce

I n a Florida divorce, the court is responsible for ensuring that the couple's marital assets and liabilities are divided fairly. To accomplish this task, the court will look at detailed information about the couple's financial holdings, assets, and debts. While both sides are required to fully disclose this information there can be situations where a spouse may decide they would rather hide an asset than identify it for purposes of equitable division. This deceptive behavior is not only dishono...

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