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Monthly Archives: October 2021

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Parenting Plans Make Arrangements Clear

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

When children are part of a family, divorcing couples often opt to create a parenting plan. A well-designed plan can reduce the possibility of future arguments and maintain a consistent environment for the kids. The plan is a guideline to follow, one negotiated through the divorce process. Later, if a co-parent breaks rules, there… Read More »

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Tips For Florida Co-Parents

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

When kids are part of a family it can be difficult to completely cut ties with your ex-spouse after a divorce is finalized. When co-parenting is possible, it can be a good solution for all involved, but there should be a parenting agreement in place in the event a dispute develops. Believing you can… Read More »

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Should You Sell The House When You Divorce?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

For many, selling the family home is the best path forward when going through a divorce. When divorce is inevitable, selling the house means both individuals can move toward the future in separate homes and assets from the house sale can be clearly divided. But putting a Florida home up for sale is not… Read More »

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What To Do When A Florida Parent Avoids Paying Child Support

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

When a couple decides to divorce and children are part of the family, it is common for child support to be part of a divorce settlement. Essentially, a child support agreement means one parent will make monthly payments to the other parent. Typically the payments are made to the custodial parent, where the child… Read More »

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