Is it necessary to prepare for your divorce?

Once you can tell that your relationship is not going to last, you may start thinking about a divorce. As you begin to consider its potential impact, you may wonder what you can do to better prepare yourself. While an adjustment of this caliber will undoubtedly impact...

How does a high-conflict divorce affect kids?

When your Florida marriage ends, the chances of you or your former partner having hard feelings are high. However, when the relationship between you and your ex becomes especially acrimonious and the two of you share children, the contentiousness between you may begin...

Does divorce always involve a fight?

The end of a marriage can be painful for everyone involved. As a result, tension can run high and people may lose their temper. However, divorce does not have to lead to drawn-out fights in the courtroom. What should you know about conflict in Florida divorces?...

Divorce time-sharing: working out the details

Time sharing. It is something you automatically did as married Florida parents with children. Now, and provided the kids are still under the age of 18, it is something you must learn to do in a revised way post-divorce. Divorce-linked time sharing has unquestionably...

Florida divorce process myths

Many people in Florida have misconceptions about divorce and what might occur when they file petitions. Understanding the myths surrounding this matter might help you to know what to expect when you want to end your marriage. Myths about divorce requirements There are...