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April 2018 Archives

What is “fair and equitable” in a property settlement?

If your marriage is in the process of breaking up and you are about to seek a Florida divorce, probably one of your greatest concerns is the manner in which the assets you and your spouse have accumulated during your marriage will be divided between you. Obviously the amount of property you receive will impact your life from now on and determine whether or not you can continue living a reasonably comfortable lifestyle.

A child-focused approach to divorce

Divorce mediation seems right to you because of your children. You think it will be easier on them than a court case. This is not a contentious divorce, and you both want to put the kids first. They are more important than your own relationship, so you're willing to work together if it helps them.

Should you divide your bank account before divorce?

You know you're going to have to divide your bank account during a divorce, as part of the property division process. But what about before you technically split up? Maybe you and your spouse just decided to get divorced yesterday, and you're wondering what steps to take.

3 tips for successful co-parenting after divorce

Divorce is hard enough to bear on its own, and adding co-parenting into the mix can often complicate matters further. Learning how to coexist with your former significant other can make all the difference in the lives of any children you share, however, so the sooner you learn to successfully co-parent, the better off your family will likely be in the long run.

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