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Don't sabotage communication trying to make it easier

During your divorce, if you go the mediation route and try to reduce conflict, odds are you will need to have some tough conversations. They may just be about your desire to get divorced in the first place. They could be about how to split up parenting time with your children. Divorce requires these types of conversations as you work things out, no matter how hard they may be.

Collaborative law can take the bite out of divorce

Marriage is often treated as a life's moment of greatest joy. New spouses dress up in their finest, spend lavish amounts on entertainment and invite family from around the world to attend their nuptials. So, it is quite understandable that the end of a marriage can carry the same emotional weight. It is just not so positive.

What factors are considered in equitable property distribution?

Florida law, like that in the majority of states, provides for the "equitable distribution" of marital assets and debts -- those incurred during the marriage, either by one or both spouses -- in divorce. Unlike states that recognize marital assets as "community property" that is divided in half, "equitable" doesn't necessarily mean "equal."

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