Divorce Court: What to Expect in the Courtroom

Posted on : October 20, 2017
Naples Divorce Lawyer
Most people don’t make a habit of seeing the inside of a courtroom. When the date of your divorce approaches, it’s normal to be nervous. Quell your anxieties and prepare for your day in court by understanding what — and what not — to expect. Airport Security, But in a Courtroom Before you enter the [Read More]
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How Should You Tell People About Your Divorce?

Posted on : September 7, 2017
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Deciding that the next best step in your marriage is ending it is a difficult realization. Coping with your own feelings about the dissolution of your marriage is challenging, but so is breaking the news to family members and friends. Here are some ways to make the conversations with the people who matter to you [Read More]
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5 Tips for Creating a Parenting Plan That Works

Posted on : August 26, 2017
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If you have children and are getting a divorce, you must have a parenting plan. Here are some simple tips to help you create a parenting plan that works for you. Most of all, be sure the parenting plan benefits your children. 1. Put Your Children First Before you consider your schedule, your ex’s schedule, [Read More]
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What Is Equitable Distribution?

Posted on : August 22, 2017
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One of the main issues in a divorce, other than child custody and alimony, is that of property division. Florida favors the method of equitable distribution. Many states have equitable distribution in place to help maintain fairness when determining who gets what. Here’s what you need to know about equitable distribution. Equitable Distribution Defined Essentially, [Read More]
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Types of Alimony Available in Florida

Posted on : August 5, 2017
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Florida awards alimony in certain cases. However, the type of alimony awarded, if at all, depends on the unique circumstances surrounding the divorce and often the discretion of the judge. Alimony is significantly based on need of the lesser earning spouse and the ability to pay for the higher earning spouse, along with various other [Read More]
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When Should Child Support End?

Posted on : July 19, 2017
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Many parents have a lot of questions about child support. They wonder who will pay, as well as how much. However, one of the questions that remains unanswered at the beginning of a divorce is when the child support will actually end and be considered satisfied by the court. This can differ from case to [Read More]
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You’re Getting a Divorce — Now What?

Posted on : March 23, 2017
Deciding to divorce is not something done on a whim. It’s something that has required careful thought and a great deal of heartache. No one truly wants their marriage to end, but sometimes it’s the best option for all parties involved. If you’ve decided to get a divorce, you may be wondering what your next step should [Read More]
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How to Get Alimony in Florida

Posted on : March 23, 2017
One key component in many divorces is alimony. Sometimes called maintenance, alimony is paid from the higher earning spouse to the lesser earning spouse. It is paid after the divorce for a period of time until the lesser earning spouse lives independently. In the past, men traditionally paid women alimony when a marriage ended. However, today [Read More]
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Your Parenting Plan Checklist

Posted on : March 23, 2017
If you and your spouse have children together and are getting a divorce, one of the most important aspects is the development of a solid parenting plan. A parenting plan is designed to give the children stability. It’s also designed to help the parents. These guidelines are followed while you’re going through an emotionally difficult life [Read More]
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