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Custody Dispute Behaviors To Avoid

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Child custody disputes can complicate the divorce process, leading to prolonged conflicts and additional stress for all parties involved. And while completely avoiding stressors may not be possible, a seasoned West Palm Beach family attorney can share strategies for boosting health communication. When communication channels are open, a full and fair divorce agreement could… Read More »

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High Net Worth And Asset Division

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

There is no definitive number that defines a marriage as one of high net worth. That said, it is generally agreed that if a person has over a million in liquid assets they are a high net worth individual. Some financial experts follow different guidelines, such as liquid assets over five million. Whatever financial… Read More »

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Many Florida Millennials Explore Prenuptial Agreements

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Prenuptial agreements are not just for the wealthy or older couples. In recent years, more and more millennials in Florida are exploring the idea of prenuptial agreements to protect their assets and interests in the event of divorce. The millennial generation is often defined as individuals born from 1981 to 1996, and there are… Read More »

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Navigating Vacations With Kids After A Divorce

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

There are many reasons to set aside time for a family vacation. Many find taking trips with their kids promotes healthy bonding and can help everyone, adults and children alike, relax and let go of some of the daily stress they experience in connection with their school responsibilities and career commitments. But after a… Read More »

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Choosing To Separate Or File For Divorce

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Marital problems happen, but when the bad times far outweigh the good, it may be time to exit the marriage. But in these times, it can be difficult for spouses to know whether it is time to try a separation or file for divorce. Making the decision to end a marriage is never easy,… Read More »

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Ways To Reduce Conflict Through Divorce Timing

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

It is natural to want a  low stress divorce process, and one of the factors that can impact the level of conflict during a divorce is the timing of the divorce itself. To explore ways to reduce conflict through divorce timing, share your hopes and concerns with a West Palm Beach family attorney. An… Read More »

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Who Pays Student Loans After A West Palm Beach Divorce?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

During a West Palm Beach divorce, division of debts is a common area of dispute. This includes educational debts, such as student loans. One of the first things to determine is whether the student loans are considered marital or individual debt. In Florida, the law considers student loans taken out while two people were… Read More »

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Should We Wait Until The Kids Are Adults?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Deciding when to divorce can be especially complicated when there are children involved. While some couples consider delaying a divorce until the kids have grown up, it is important to consider that there are also consequences to waiting. In many situations, moving forward with a plan to divorce is in the best interests of… Read More »

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Benefits Of A Detailed Parenting Plan

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Detailed parenting plans provide numerous benefits for both parents and children during and after a Florida divorce. Because these plans address schedule issues, routines, and potential conflicts in advance, parents can minimize stress and avoid potential conflicts. As a result, parents can focus on building their own post-divorce future and ensure that their child’s… Read More »

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There Are Smartphone Apps To Support Co-Parents

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Co-parenting after a separation and divorce can be challenging. Parents themselves are adapting to a new situation and are often feeling the stresses of juggling work, their personal lifes, and raising children. However, there are supports, including technological tools to make co-parenting easier and more manageable. As a co-parent, you may need to communicate,… Read More »

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Examples Of Digital Harassment During The Divorce Process

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Digital harassment during a Florida divorce process is more common than most people think, and cyberstalking, identity theft, and social media abuse result in significant emotional stress for those involved. A West Palm Beach family attorney can provide you with guidance throughout the divorce process, including letting you know when digital harassment has crossed… Read More »

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Divorce And Cryptocurrency Assets

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Couples who are divorcing in the state of Florida may be faced with the challenge of deciding how cryptocurrency assets will be distributed. Because while cryptocurrency is not legal tender, it does have value and can be used for purchases. Some families have quite a bit of their family wealth in cryptocurrency, and as… Read More »

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What Does The Term Successful Divorce Mean?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Success is not a word people often think about when they are entering the divorce process, but there are truly successful outcomes, even during a time of life that can be emotional and stressful. For example, when you outline what outcomes you are seeking and are able to achieve those goals with the support… Read More »

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Can Men Seek Alimony In FL?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

If you are wondering if it is possible for a man to receive alimony after a Florida divorce, the answer is yes. Sometimes referred to as maintenance payments or spousal support, alimony is a payment that is determined by the needs of one spouse and the other party’s ability to pay. While it is… Read More »

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Gathering Data Through The Discovery Process

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Finances are managed by different families in different ways. For instance, some spouses share all of their information with one another, including their income and bonus structure, investments, and savings plans. Other spouses choose to handle their own separate finances while married, splitting expenses but not discussing account balances. There is no right or… Read More »

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My Income Is High, Will I Be Able To Access Child Support?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

As a high earner, you have likely worked diligently to grow within your career, seeking out educational opportunities that would lead to professional advancements, for example. But if you are moving toward a divorce, you may be wondering if you will be able to access the child support payments you want because of your… Read More »

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Florida Property Division When A Marriage Ends

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

There are a variety of ways to handle large assets, such as property, when a Florida couple moves toward a divorce. An experienced West Palm Beach family attorney can review all the facts of your case and strategize how to achieve the resolution you are seeking. Selling a Florida Property or Taking On the… Read More »

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FL Courts And Determining The Best Interests Of A Child

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Families with children are often able to reach a custody agreement when a marriage ends. While there is typically a period of negotiation, establishing a parenting plan that outlines parental responsibilities and rights can be incredibly helpful to everyone involved, providing each parent with clear expectations and kids with stability as they transition from… Read More »

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Are You Considering Divorce?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

It is normal to have a period of time in which you are deciding if you want to pursue ending your marriage or not. This could happen in tandem with going to marriage counseling, or you may be weighing the pros and cons of separating because it is clear you and your spouse have… Read More »

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What If My Spouse Wants To Share A Divorce Attorney?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

In some situations, spouses who are moving forward with an uncontested divorce consider using one divorce lawyer, to save money and streamline the process. While a divorce that is uncontested is often in the best interests of both parties as they are able to agree on divorce terms, the reality is having your own… Read More »

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