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How is property division conducted in Florida?

Property division has serious implications for divorcing spouses who will want to ensure they have an agreement property division settlement. When property has to be divided during divorce, there are a variety of factors the family law court considers. It is helpful...

Can adultery impact my divorce?

Marriages end for a variety of reasons, but one of the most talked about reasons for divorce is infidelity. While the spouse that was cheated on may feel that their partner’s adultery should be front and center during the divorce, it may not be of significance to a...

The challenges of divorce in the military

Servicemembers who are married and have families face unique challenges when it comes to divorce. During marriage, the frequent or extended deployments of active-duty members create upheavals in family life both while they are away and when they return home. When...

Education can lead to a lasting marriage

There has been much research over the years about the causes of divorce in Florida and what factors may cause a marriage to be more stable. One factor that has emerged as helpful for the stability of a marriage is education. Couples where both spouses earned a college...

Social Media Do’s and Don’ts During a Divorce

While social media is great for connecting with friends and family, some issues shouldn't be posted for Facebook friends to see. Social media is a part of most people's everyday life, but it doesn't mean you should post everything about your life or what you may be...

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...

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