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The Connection Between Social Media and Your Divorce

Posted on : January 19, 2018
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Are you thinking about getting a divorce? It might be the case that social media played a role in your decision to get divorced, such as uncovering evidence of infidelity. It’s also important to keep in mind that how you proceed with your divorce might also have a connection to social media. In a contested…

What to Do If Your Divorce Mediation Doesn’t Work

Posted on : December 12, 2017
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Many couples want to minimize the complications and expenses associated with divorce litigation. For that reason, they may attempt to go through mediation first. In some situations, mediation is a powerful tool that allows you to sit down with a neutral third party to help you figure out the key issues in your divorce such…

When Can I Modify Child Support in Florida?

Posted on : November 13, 2017
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Although your divorce decree comes with a sense of finality for the relationship you had with that person, there are still issues that emerge related to orders handed down in the divorce. For this reason, you might find yourself working with your lawyer again for modifications to existing orders. In Florida, you cannot receive a…

What You Need to Know About Divorce Court

Posted on : October 9, 2017
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The courtroom can be a frightening place for divorcing couples. Naturally, you’ll want to know what to expect, especially if you’ve never been inside a courtroom before. It’s quite different from what you see on television; there are some things to keep in mind to help you prepare. Here’s what you should know. Basic Courtroom…

Divorcing with Assets & Debts: Making a Full Disclosure

Posted on : September 7, 2017
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Most people have at least some assets and debts when they begin the process of getting a divorce, even if they aren’t substantial. No matter how many — or how few — assets you have, you must provide full disclosure of your holdings. If you don’t, you could face some pretty staunch consequences since the…

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