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Separation and Divorce — Does One Lead to the Other?

Posted on : June 26, 2017
Tampa Divorce Lawyer
Often, married couples will explore the option of a legal separation instead of a divorce or prior to a divorce, almost like a “trial period” to see what being apart will be like. However, it’s normal to wonder if separation inevitably leads to divorce. On the other hand, you wonder if you’ll come back from…

Why Money Might Be to Blame for Your Divorce

Posted on : May 12, 2017
Tampa Divorce Lawyer
After a divorce, it’s natural to analyze every detail to find the key — the thing that made it all unravel. It’s human nature to want to know why a relationship failed, especially marriage. Even if you don’t think so, money may have played a significant role in the dissolution of your marriage. Here’s how money problems…

The Truth About Uncontested Divorce

Posted on : March 18, 2017
Tampa Uncontested Divorce Lawyer
There are many misconceptions about uncontested divorce, what it is, and what to expect. Here are several truths about this type of divorce. Understand why you need strong legal advocacy even when you and your soon-to-be-ex spouse are in agreement about matters relating to the dissolution of your marriage. Uncontested Divorce Is Still Challenging A contested…

Is My Personal Injury or Wrongful Death Settlement Marital Property?

Posted on : November 26, 2016
Tampa Divorce Lawyer
If a party receives a personal injury settlement or a wrongful claim settlement after the filing of the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage, the settlement funds are generally not considered marital assets and are considered non-marital assets to the Party receiving the funds. However, if a portion of the funds were awarded due to past…

The 5 Steps of Divorce Mediation

Posted on : November 20, 2016
Florida Divorce Lawyer
Most mediations go through five different stages. Although they’re not always in the same sequence and a few may be repeated at various points, each stage is generally visited at least once during mediation. While each mediation is unique, below are the basic steps. Introductory Stage The mediator begins with the introductory phase to determine…

Should I Litigate My Divorce?

Posted on : November 5, 2016
Florida Divorce Litigation Attorney
When you’re getting a divorce in Florida, you have a couple of choices to finish the procedure. Arbitration, mediation, and litigation can all be a means to end your marriage. Understanding which one is appropriate for you can be challenging. In some situations, litigation is the most suitable, although it could very well be the most…

How the SCRA Affects a Military Divorce

Posted on : August 24, 2016
Tampa Military Divorce Lawyer
While members of the military, be it the Army, Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, the National Guard, the Marines, or the Air Force, are subject to the same laws as civilians when it comes to family law, there are some special provisions for servicemembers. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) provides relief for individuals in the…

What to Do When Mediation Just Isn’t Working

Posted on : May 18, 2016
Tampa Mediation Divorce Attorney
Mediation can be an excellent way for couples to reach a compromise about various issues in their divorce, including property division and child custody. However, mediation doesn’t necessarily solve every problem. For some families, mediation just doesn’t work. Here are signs that mediation might not be progressing for you and what you can do next.…

4 Must-Ask Questions for Your Divorce Attorney

Posted on : April 10, 2016
Tampa Divorce Attorney
Getting a divorce is undoubtedly challenging, and selecting the right divorce attorney for you can seem to be too. Here are 4 questions that you absolutely want to ask a lawyer before deciding whether or not you want them to represent you in your case. 1. What Attorney or Attorneys Will Be Working on My Case?…

Florida Property Distribution Terms Defined

Posted on : March 17, 2016
Florida Divorce Lawyer
When you go through a divorce, one of the primary issues you’ll have to decide upon is property division. Understanding how Florida looks at property division is key to ensuring that you receive a fair reward and that you have what you need to begin a new chapter of your life. Here’s what you need to…

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