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Getting Divorced in Florida? Find Out How Posting on Social Media Could Affect Your Case

By Gale H. Moore |

In the modern world, social media has become an extremely important part of the lives of many people. The Pew Research Center released a study showing that 69 percent of Americans regularly use at least one social media account. If you are one of these people, and you are considering getting divorced in Clearwater,… Read More »

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What You Need to Know About Virtual Visitation (Electronic Communication) Rights in Florida

By Gale H. Moore |

Time spent with your children is precious. It should not be interfered with or interrupted for any reason. For non-custodial parents (parents who do not live with their kids on a full-time basis), this time is even more important as it is inherently limited. One of the great advantages of modern technology is that… Read More »

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Florida Family Law: What is Rehabilitative Alimony?

By Gale H. Moore |

Alimony (spousal support) is often a fiercely contested issue in Florida divorce cases. One of the things that makes alimony disputes especially challenging is that the concept is not particularly well understood by the general public. For example, most people do not know that there are actually several different types of alimony. In this… Read More »

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Clearwater Divorce: Required Financial Disclosures

By Gale H. Moore |

Are you considering getting a divorce in Clearwater, Florida? If so, you need to be ready for all of the challenges that you are likely to face. For many couples, finances become the single most contentious issue that is at stake in their divorce case. To come to a clear resolution of any financial… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: What You Need to Know About Tax Planning

By Gale H. Moore |

When getting divorced, there are many complex issues that you will need to resolve. Along the way, many things can get overlooked. Indeed, one thing that gets overlooked by many divorcing couples: Taxes. Your divorce could potentially have significant tax ramifications. As such, you need to be fully prepared for the process. To ensure… Read More »

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The Florida Collaborative Law Process Act: Explained

By Gale H. Moore |

Are you considering getting a divorce in Clearwater, Florida? If so, you may be feeling stressed out and overwhelmed by the process, and worried about how your impending separation could impact your family. After all, we think of divorce as a long, contentious process that leaves everyone with hurt feelings. Fortunately, however, it does… Read More »

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Pets and Divorce in Florida

By Gale H. Moore |

Many families have beloved pets. Indeed, according to data collected and published by the Insurance Information Institute (III), nearly 70 percent of all American households currently own at least one pet. Whether it is a cat, a dog or a something other type of creature, for many, their pets have become true members of… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs) Explained

By Gale H. Moore |

Going through a divorce is never easy. Beyond the intense emotional aspects getting separated, untangling finances can also be extraordinarily challenging for many couples. This is particularly true for high-asset divorcing couples. Often high net-worth couples own many different types of complex property or assets that can be difficult to divide. One of the… Read More »

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Does a New Relationship Affect Alimony in Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

Ultimately, the purpose of alimony is to provide necessary financial support to the receiving spouse. As such, a former spouse’s new relationship can, but will not always, provide good cause to seek the modification of an alimony award. If you can prove that your former partner’s financial needs have changed, alimony modification may be… Read More »

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Florida Family Law: What You Need to Know About Parenting Plans

By Gale H. Moore |

While going through a divorce is never easy for a family, it is particularly challenging when young children are involved. To try to help ease the transition for families in this position, Chapter 61 of the Florida Statutes requires that splitting parents create an official court-approved parenting plan. A parenting plan, also sometimes referred… Read More »

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