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  • Child Custody: The “Child’s Best Interest” Standard

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    Deciding on child custody arrangements (officially referred to as the “parenting plan” in Florida) is usually the most contentious part of any divorce. It’s possible, though, for you and your spouse to come up with a parenting plan on your own or with the help of a mediator. For the contested divorces in which a judge must decide on the issue of physical custody (time-sharing agreements in Florida), the judge’s primary consideration is a set of factors that collectively comprise what is known as the “best interests of the child.”… Read more>>


  • 4 Ways to Help Your Children Process Your Divorce

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    Depending on the exact circumstances surrounding your divorce, you might have had months (or even years) to prepare for the day that you finally serve your spouse with divorce papers.… Read more>>


  • 4 Advantages of Mediating Your Divorce

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    Through depictions on TV and accounts from certain friends and acquaintances, you have probably heard the horror stories of divorce. However, these nasty court battles do not have to be the reality for your divorce. As an alternative to the traditional litigated divorce, you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse can choose to mediate your divorce agreement. This involves a neutral third party (mediator) who works with both of you to come up with a fair and diplomatic  agreement.. While mediation, like other methods of divorce, has its tradeoffs, there are several benefits; we have outlined four below.… Read more>>


  • How Property is Divided in a Florida Divorce

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    The division of property in a divorce agreement is often the most contentious part of the divorce proceedings, especially if there are no children involved. Spouses always want to know who gets the house, car, boat, and other large items.… Read more>>


  • Divorce and Mediation Law Firm
    Named a 2019 Law Firm 500 Honoree
    for Fastest Growing Law Firms in the U.S. –Three Years Running

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    Over the past 3 years, our team at Divorce and Mediation Law Firm, has been dedicated to providing excellence in legal service, resulting in many satisfied clients. In doing so, our commitment and focus has taken us on a fabulous journey of growth – both personally and for our business.… Read more>>


  • Five Tips To Help You Testify In Your Divorce

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    If your marriage has irretrievably broken down, and you’re heading for a divorce, your emotions may be all over the place. To add to your woes, you will likely have to appear in the courtroom and testify at your divorce hearing or trial. … Read more>>


  • The Pros and Cons of Prenuptial Agreements

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    Americans today are getting married later in life. Currently, the average age of a first marriage is 27 for women and 29 for men -- an increase of four years for women and three years for men in just the last 25 years.… Read more>>


  • Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce

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    Ending a marriage is a difficult decision which brings on a storm of stressful events. In the midst of this, your emotions can make it challenging to understand the legal process, which could lead to poor decisions. For this reason, it is essential to be informed about the proceedings for a divorce and have your doubts and questions cleared.… Read more>>


  • Financial Myths About Getting a Divorce

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    If your marriage is on the rocks, one of your many worries is probably the impact divorce will have on your financial life. We can support you with a thorough analysis of your assets and understanding of the financial impact of a divorce, but first read these three widespread myths of the financial impact of divorce.… Read more>>


  • Here are 7 New Year’s Resolutions for Divorced or Divorcing People

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    There are many changes that stem from Divorce and Separation. Many of these changes can be unexpected.  If you are divorced, divorcing, or separated the New Year is a great time to focus on your new life, and take time to reflect on what changes you want and need to make for the future.  A recent blog written by William L Geary on DivorceMagazine.com points out 7 New Year’s Resolutions for Divorced or Divorcing People.… Read more>>