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Will My Divorce End Up In Court?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

If you are hoping to get your divorce resolved quickly and smoothly, you are likely hoping to have a divorce finalized without going to court. Mediations and negotiations are possible when spouses are in agreement on key issues. But if there are ongoing arguments with no agreement in sight, having a court settle disputes… Read More »

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What Will A Florida Divorce Lawyer Ask Me?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Delaying a first meeting with a lawyer when considering divorce is common. There are many reasons why this happens, some people are unsure if they are ready to launch the divorce process and others are unsure how to prepare for initial conversations. It is important to know that first meetings are simply an opportunity… Read More »

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Rights For Florida Fathers

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Florida has laws in place so both parents can have a healthy relationship with their kids, even if the parents themselves are no longer in a relationship. While it is more common for dads to share custody than it was in past decades, if you are a father you should not assume you will… Read More »

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Compassionate Attorneys And Coping During A Divorce

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Every life change brings with it the possibility of personal upheaval, and divorce is no exception. Whether you feel your divorce is happening out of nowhere or ending the marriage has been on the table for years, making the final decision to divorce is not easy. Seeing to your own personal needs is essential,… Read More »

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Modifying FL Child Support

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

When a couple divorces, there are terms, agreements, and parenting plans. It is possible the court will award one parent child support, a set amount they will receive from the other parent each month. A child support payment amount is often connected to the incomes and resources of the parents. But if the circumstances… Read More »

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Do We Need A FL Premarital Agreement?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Premarital agreements, which are also called prenuptial agreements, are contracts between two individuals who are planning to marry. Essentially, it is a legal contract that illustrates how financial concerns would be handled if the marriage does not last. Financial terms could include property division guidelines or how alimony would be calculated, for instance. To… Read More »

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Helping Florida Teenagers When Parents Divorce

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

The teenage years are a time of transition, when a child grows and establishes their own individual identity. It can be a difficult time no matter if the teenager’s parents are married, separated, or navigating a divorce. Some kids have a hard time processing the break up of their parent’s marriage, leading to negative… Read More »

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Healing After A Florida Marriage Ends

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

There are a range of reasons why marriages end. Sometimes the split is amicable as the individuals realize they have different long term goals. In other situations there has been infidelity and one person wants to pursue a divorce and the other would rather work to save the marriage. But whether your situation is… Read More »

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3 Things To Do When Choosing A Florida Divorce Lawyer

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Deciding to end a marriage is a difficult decision, and it can be confusing for the parties involved to know what to do next. Connecting with an experienced attorney is an important part of the process. When you hire a divorce lawyer, you are securing legal counsel to support you through the entire divorce… Read More »

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Paths To Proving Paternity

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

People move toward proving paternity for a variety of reasons. A mother may want to establish paternity to their child’s father so they will have access to genetic information and health histories. Others believe they can secure the financial security of their child once paternity has been documented. After all, veteran benefits, inheritances, and… Read More »

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Custody Agreements And Relocating Parents

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

There are many reasons why divorced adults want to move. They may want to pursue a career opportunity, have always desired another area of the country, or want to make a fresh start after a relationship ends. But if you are divorced and there is a child custody agreement in place, the move could… Read More »

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Your Lawyer Is Part Of Your Support Network

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Ending a marriage can be extremely difficult. It is common for individuals to experience a full range of emotions, including sadness and frustration about the divorce and a feeling of relief that they will soon be able to live the life they want. To navigate the process and take care of your overall well… Read More »

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Pursuing A Florida Child Support Increase

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

In Florida, child support payments are determined through a process of analyzing the combined incomes of both parents and following Florida Child Support Guidelines. When a divorce is finalized the child support amount is awarded, along with the duration of time that a person is responsible for making payments. But what if you believe… Read More »

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When Is It Time To File For Divorce?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Long-term relationships are complex. Many couples who choose to divorce report they recognized the marriage was ending years prior to divorce paperwork being filed. Then, there is often a period of attempting to reconcile, possibly with the assistance of a marital counselor. And it is important to think through a divorce decision carefully. The… Read More »

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Florida Laws And Failure To Pay Child Support

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Child support payments are a way for a non-custodial parent to support the expenses of child rearing. Often the non-custodial parent is the father of the children, but there are fathers who are the custodial parent and receive child support. Child support payments are court ordered and must be paid. If a person wants… Read More »

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What If I Want To Establish Paternity?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

When people become parents, they have an obligation to support their kids. And in addition to supporting their children, parents have a right to visit with them as well. If a couple is married when a child is born, obligations to provide for kids and spend time with them will likely be in place…. Read More »

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Deciding To Return To Your Maiden Name After A Florida Divorce

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Throughout the divorce process, there are many decisions and compromises to be made. For some women, this includes the decision to return to their maiden names or keep their spouse’s name once the divorce is finalized. There are many factors that go into an individual’s decision to change their name (or not). Many women… Read More »

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Estate Plans Need To Be Updated After Divorce

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

If you are navigating a Florida divorce, you know there are many issues to talk through and resolve. Naturally, day-to-day items are on the top of your to-do list. The process of moving into a new home and establishing a fresh daily routine can be stressful enough, but once you have adjusted your personal… Read More »

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Steps To Take When Choosing A Florida Divorce Lawyer

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Working with a compassionate lawyer you can trust can make a difficult divorce smoother. In order to connect with the right person, there are a few steps you can take. Asking questions is part of the process. Once you are ready to move forward, connect with a West Palm Beach family attorney. Questions to… Read More »

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Personal Credit Scores And Florida Divorces

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Of course, there are many reasons for divorce, but one of the most common is money issues. Marriage is a legal relationship and finances are part of the union. When a married couple decides to end their union, their finances need to be untangled. This process needs to be completed correctly. If not, financial… Read More »

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