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Divorcing a Narcissist: Tips, Tools, and What To Expect

If you are married to a narcissist, you already know that going through a divorce with your spouse will be an emotional, expensive, and complicated process. People unfamiliar with narcissists do not understand that underneath the charming and polished exterior lies a dark personality that lacks empathy for others.  A narcissist puts themselves before their […]

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How Getting Into a Car Accident Can Lead to Divorce

Couples get married for countless reasons. Divorces happen for just as many. But divorce may also include contributing factors caused by outside influences, like car accidents.  While you might not think a car accident could lead to divorce, it does lead to stress and financial problems; it can make even healthy relationships less tenable. If […]

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7 Signs It Is Time for a Divorce

Divorces are common in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly one-half of all marriages end in divorce. Those rates vary by state, with Maine and Nevada being the states with the highest rates of divorce. While many people dread divorce, it isn’t always a bad thing. Sometimes […]

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Same-Sex Parents: What Are Your Rights?

Even though gay marriage has been nationally recognized since 2015, there are still many antiquated laws governing marriage. These laws were invented when opposite-sex marriage was the only option, and many of them have not been updated. Across the country, there can still be uncertainty about certain rights and freedoms of a same-sex union. This […]

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How Does the SCRA Affect a Divorce?

In 1940, the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act (SSCRA) was passed to protect soldiers on active duty. Since then, it has been amended several times and now bears the name Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA). This act protects soldiers from civil litigation while they serve the country. Since active servicemembers may not be able […]

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How Long Does It Take to Get a Divorce in Florida?

Whether you and your spouse have started discussing divorce or you’ve recently filed for divorce, you might be wondering how long the process will take. Every case is different, and the exact timeframe of a divorce varies depending on the family and their unique circumstances. Some divorces can be finalized in a matter of weeks, while […]

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Are My Assets in Danger If My Spouse Causes a Car Accident in Florida?

If your spouse caused a car accident in Florida, you may be worried about what this will mean for you and your property. Since Florida is an equitable distribution state, your marital assets are subject to division in a fair manner in the event of divorce.  Therefore, it is practical to be concerned about your […]

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What Is the Difference Between Motions to Enforce and Motions for Contempt?

Different Ways to Enforce Your Divorce Court Order Court orders following divorce establish a guideline for the diffusion of the relationship to allow for a smooth transition out of marriage. They can settle matters including child support, child custody, alimony, and more. However, sometimes the existence of these orders alone isn’t enough to ensure compliance. When your spouse fails or […]

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Personal Injury Settlements and Legal Separation

Divorces include a division of marital property. At least part of a personal injury settlement will usually be included in the marital estate and divided between the ex-spouses. But when you and your spouse separate, Florida leaves the division of your property up to you and your spouse. Florida does not recognize “legal separation.” In […]

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Divorce, Dissolution, and Legal Separation – What’s the Difference?

In Florida, dissolution of marriage is another term for divorce. You may hear both terms used when referring to ending a marriage. Unfortunately, Florida does not recognize legal separation. Therefore, the only option to dissolve the marriage in Florida is a divorce or annulment. However, if you are not ready to file for a divorce, […]

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