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Creating a new normal after your divorce

Each year, about 700,000 divorces occur in the United States. If you find yourself among these numbers, it is important to keep in mind that you are not alone. Many have walked this path and found fulfilling ways to move forward. With this in mind, how can you embrace...

Advance directives for mental health care

Advance directives are important for anyone looking to take control of their future medical care. In Florida, mental health care directives offer peace of mind and ensure your family respects your wishes during a crisis. What are advance directives? Advance directives...

Focusing on peaceful co-parenting

Divorce is a challenging and emotional process that can take a toll on both parties involved. However, when children are part of the equation, it becomes even more important to prioritize peaceful relations with your ex. Parents thinking about divorce and those...

Recognizing the prevalence of custodial parents

Being a custodial parent, where you have primary responsibility for your child's care, is a common situation that many parents find themselves in. It is essential to understand that feeling guilty or isolated is normal but unnecessary. Whether due to divorce,...

Can Florida probate court be effectively avoided?

The Florida probate courts play a very important role in the protection of individuals. They protect the legacy that someone leaves when they die by ensuring the proper distribution of their resources. They can hold people accountable when they break the law or...

Divorce, property division and pets

Divorce can be a complex and emotional process. This is particularly true when it comes to deciding the fate of beloved pets. The division of pets in a divorce can be a challenging issue for couples to navigate, as pets are often seen as family members and hold...

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