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The family home after divorce: An albatross or haven?

When you go through a divorce, it is a very emotional time. Just when you need to be making the most rational decisions as possible, your emotions are going haywire. Simply getting through each day is a challenge, but now is when you are tasked with determining who will get what assets in your property settlement.

What exactly does a Florida divorce mediator do?

If you and your spouse recently decided to file for divorce, then your ability to communicate with one another may be at the lowest point that it's been in a long time. You two may want to expedite the process, but you may be slowed down by disagreements over child custody or support, alimony and property distribution. If you've tried to talk things through between yourselves and it's not working, then you may want to retain a Fort Lauderdale divorce mediation attorney.

What happens to home equity when you divorce?

Even if your divorce is relatively amicable in nature, you and your former partner will still need to work through certain matters before you can make a clean break from one another and move forward with your own separate lives. One such matter involves dividing up your shared assets. If you are like many people going through a divorce, one of your most significant shared assets may be your home.

How can the collaborative law process help me resolve my divorce?

Many Fort Lauderdale spouses delay in filing for divorce because they're concerned about their ability to remain civil during discussions about contentious topics such as child custody and splitting up property. The divorce process doesn't have to be so combative or stressful though thanks to the introduction of Florida's Collaborative Divorce Law. This piece of legislation went into effect in the state on July 1, 2017.

Addressing a parent's alcoholism in collaborative divorce

Ending a marriage via a collaborative divorce has many advantages. Besides saving time and money, it gives both spouses greater control over the process. It also helps them maintain an amicable relationship and practice working together -- two things that are essential if they have children whom they will be co-parenting.

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