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Divorce

A custody modification doesn’t have to turn into another battle

Getting your first custody order may have taken months of arguing and fighting with your ex. When the courts finalize your divorce, you were likely grateful to be able to move on with your life. Unfortunately, custody orders don't always withstand the test of time. ...

What happens if a parent paying child support loses their job?

The coronavirus pandemic has turned so may people’s lives upside down. Maybe you are recovering from the virus or a loved one is working on regaining their own health. Or you might be grappling with your kids who are still trying their best to navigate the remote...

3 steps to take before you talk to your spouse about a divorce

You know that your marriage hasn't worked in a long time, but nothing has happened yet. You've finally reached the point where you know you need to file for divorce and move on with your life. If you hope to keep things low-cost and amicable, an uncontested divorce...

Why shouldn’t you handle your own divorce?

How many times have you tried to watch an online tutorial or read a book about something to learn how to do it yourself instead of hiring someone? If you're like most Americans nowadays, then this is a common approach in your household. How often do things go as...

Will you split your inheritance when you divorce in Florida?

When you get married, you tie your life and finances to your spouse. If you later reach a point where divorce becomes necessary, you and your spouse will have to separate your property and lives, a complicated process that often requires litigation. Divorcing spouses...

Communication is key when co-parenting

Parents who are divorcing know that their children will be impacted by their split. What they might not realize is that the way they communicate with each other can have a direct effect on how the children fare with the divorce. When you’re co-parenting, respectful...

Do you need a custody schedule for your dog?

You got married two years ago and bought a dog together. You don’t have any children, but there is no doubt in your mind that you see that dog as your baby. Both you and your spouse love your pet and feel very connected to him or her.  Now you’re getting a divorce. Do...

Vacation homes and divorce: What should you do with yours?

Dividing up vacation property during divorce can be tough. You have a few options, such as selling your vacation home and sharing the profits, keeping it and trying to negotiate when each of you can use it, keeping it and renting it out and others. What you decide to...

Your finances and divorce: Don’t take any chances

Most people who are facing the divorce process have concerns about the impact on their finances. Adding to this, if you don’t have a solid grasp of your current circumstances, it could result in trouble down the road. When it comes to your finances in the divorce...

When your career takes off, can you take your kids with you?

If you work in a hotel, then there may be times when you have the opportunity to move to advance your career. Perhaps a management position will open up a few hours from your current location or you’ll be asked to take over a general manager’s position in a different...