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How Deployment Affects Military Divorce Rates

Nobody thinks about divorce as they're getting ready to walk down the aisle and say, "I Do", but unfortunately this is becoming a recurring theme in couples where one of them is actively serving in the military and serving multiple deployments at that. It seems as...

Dating During Divorce – Is it ok?

Dating while going through a divorce is not unusual. Actually, it is pretty common - however, just because it is common doesn't mean that it is always the best choice. Divorce is different for each couple because each person has their own unique issues they are...

Am I being stalked? Recognizing the signs

You went on a few dates with someone, but you decided it wasn’t working out and told him as much. Ever since, things have not felt quite right. Maybe you are still receiving texts from the person, or there are footprints in the soil near your windows or the same...

3 things to know about gray divorces

You may have never heard the term "gray divorce" before, but it is a phenomenon that is becoming increasingly common nowadays. Gray divorce describes divorce among couples who have generally been together 20 years or more and are age 50 or older. Given the particular...

How to reduce the pain of divorce

If you are thinking about divorce in the Pensacola area, you should review your decision carefully. Decisions that you make in haste and with emotions can have lingering consequences. Though you might feel it is time for you and your partner to go your separate ways,...

Some complexities in high-asset divorces

Florida is an equitable distribution state, meaning that in divorces decided by the court, judges should divide marital assets equitably between the spouses. When the couple works out the divorce agreement themselves, they have more leeway. They may also need to...

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