Month: October 2021

Creating an effective parent time-sharing plan in Florida

Child custody can be one of the most painful and complicated aspects of a divorce. With child custody, it is not just about which parent the child lives with. The control that a parent has over the important decisions (including healthcare and other decisions) for the...

How exposure to domestic violence harms your child

Domestic violence is more common than many people realize. In fact, one study found that 20 people are subjected to some form of physical domestic abuse every minute. And while the harm caused to a victim by domestic violence can be extensive, it can be just as...

A guide to understanding Florida divorce laws

In Florida, divorce cases are usually no fault-based. In such cases, one spouse does not prove their partner is at fault for the marriage failure. Frequent conflict, for example, is appropriate grounds for no-fault divorces. Below are some of the main criteria to...

How are student loans distributed in a divorce?

You may be surprised to learn that the average age at which a person gets a first divorce in the United States is 30. Considering that nearly 14% of this country’s population has student loan debt, it is easy to assume that many people going through a first divorce...