5 Tips For Parenting After A High Conflict Divorce

Co-parenting is a method of parenting in cohesion with your ex-spouse or partner where both parties are able to make decisions regarding the welfare of the child together and with minimal conflict. Co-parenting, although ideal, can be difficult to maintain during such an emotionally charged time, especially if the divorce is considered “high conflict.” For […]

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Senior Housing

Moving a loved one to senior housing facility may not be the easiest topic to address but may be necessary for some families. Usually, a move to a senior housing facility is prompted by the death of the senior’s spouse, an accident, or a poor health diagnosis. Apart from the emotional toll, finding suitable housing […]

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Marital Assets and Liabilities

In the State of Florida, the marital or non-marital nature of assets and liabilities must be determined in the divorce process. Florida law requires the equitable (not to be miss-construed as equal) division of marital assets and liabilities with the ultimate goal of being fair to both parties but also ensuring the support needs of […]

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Benefits of Co-Parenting

Co-parenting is when two parents who have divorced, are not living together, or are no longer involved romantically are able to raise their children together with minimal conflict. Typically, parents who co-parent are able to make decisions regarding the children together, each have their own relationship with their children, modify visitations with relative ease, and […]

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Why A Prenup May Be Right For You

Although a prenup may be a difficult subject to address, it is an important aspect of marriage that should be considered before tying the knot. Research has shown that nearly half of all marriages will end in divorce and one of the leading causes is finances. For marriages to last, couples need to be on […]

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7 Helpful Tips To Prepare For A Divorce

Whether a divorce is where your marriage has been heading for a while or you were surprised by your partner’s request for a divorce, it’s important to try to set aside your emotions.  Instead, try to apply these tips in preparation for the journey in front of you. Get Help. Navigating through a divorce by yourself […]

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What To Do When A Loved One Passes Away

Whether it was your spouse or a parent or someone else close to you, mourning the loss of a loved one is a difficult time for anyone. Having to settle the financial and legal issues amidst your time of mourning can add to the stress you are already weighed down with. It is important to […]

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Making A Complete Estate Plan

When most people think of estate planning, they think “wills.” However, there is much more to estate planning than just creating a will. There are five components of a complete estate plan that will cover all areas of your life and death as well as protect your assets upon passing. 1.  Wills A will is […]

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