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  • 25-Jun-2018

    What Is Parental Alienation Syndrome?

    Parental alienation syndrome (PAS) is a term coined by Richard Gardner, a forensic psychiatrist. It is used to describe the tendency of one parent to turn a child against the other parent, usually after a bitter divorce or custody battle. Parental ...
  • 5-Mar-2018

    Is it Less Expensive to Stay Married?

    Many people fear divorce as an incredibly expensive experience, one which will leave them in debt for years to come. This prevents many people from getting divorced, even if it may be the right decision for them. Though some divorces are expensive ...
  • 18-Nov-2016

    Factors to Consider When Determining Child Custody

    Throughout your divorce, you have to consider what is going to be best for your children. This is echoed strongly when setting up child custody agreements. To avoid some huge conflicts down the line, it helps to know some of the determining factors ...
  • 11-Nov-2016

    Factors to Consider When Determining Child Support

    A divorce court will never rule in favor of anything that could potentially become a detriment for a child of the divorce. It really cannot be stressed enough that everything needs to consider and attempt to maintain a child’s best interests, ...
  • 24-Oct-2016

    Telling Young Children About Divorce

    Once your divorce becomes official, you should probably start telling everyone in your family that needs to know. This includes your young children who might have the most difficult time understanding and coping with what is happening to your ...
  • 30-Sep-2016

    Is Divorcing Before or After the Holidays the Right Choice?

    The holiday season is once again a stone’s throw away. If you blink, it will be here. Perhaps it has snuck up on you because you are preoccupied with thoughts of getting a divorce ? Now you are stuck with the dilemma that leaves a lot of people ...
  • 17-Aug-2016

    Can a Restraining Order Be Dismissed in Florida?

    In the state of Florida, individuals who are victims of domestic violence, stalking, or some other form of repeated, unwanted contact may petition with the courts for an injunction for protection from the offending party. Often referred to as a ...
  • 4-Aug-2016

    Factors to Consider Before Filing for Divorce

    Relationships of the strongest sort can still be incredibly difficult at times to maintain. Unforeseen hardships, day-to-day stresses, wandering curiosities, and more can all put pressure on marriages old and new. It is not uncommon for it all to ...
  • 30-Jun-2016

    Tips for a Parent in a Child Custody Battle

    Entering into a child custody battle with a stubborn ex-spouse can certainly feel as if you are actually stepping into a gladiatorial arena. You might not know who you can depend on and the stakes are certainly quite high: the comfort and wellbeing ...
  • 19-Apr-2016

    Can You Be Held Accountable for Your Ex-Spouse's Debt?

    Property division during a divorce is the process of deciding who gets what portion of marital or shared assets, and why. Most people will want to hold onto the family home or automobile, for example, but not many are hopping up to claim the right to ...
  • 13-Apr-2016

    Common Signs of Parental Alienation Syndrome

    It is not uncommon for children to feel as if they are choosing sides when their parents go through a divorce. This is especially true if the divorce involves heated arguments and the child is a young teenager in their formative years. When the ...
  • 28-Mar-2016

    What Documents Do I Need for My Divorce in FL?

    One of the main stages in the process of divorce is known as “discovery.” During discovery, both spouses are required to disclose certain information to their attorneys for the purposes of determining who gets what when negotiating a ...
  • 11-Nov-2015

    What to Expect During a Divorce

    Whether you were the one who decided to file for divorce or it was due to your spouse’s actions, you are probably in for a bumpy ride. Even uncontested divorces started by both spouses can turn quickly into a swirling sea of turmoil and ...

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