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Can You Hold A Co-Parent In Contempt If they Keep Violating A Child Custody Order In Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

For divorced or separated parents, a custody order can bring a sense of stability. Unfortunately, some parents are stuck dealing with a former parent who will not abide by the terms of the order. This raises an important question: What can you do if your co-parent keeps violating custody? The short answer is that… Read More »

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Six Tips To Prepare You For The Divorce Talk With Your Children

By Gale H. Moore |

Divorce and separation are part of life for many people. The Pew Research Center cites data showing that only half of American children live with both of their parents. For the parents, a divorce or separation can be stressful and overwhelming. One of the most challenging aspects can be breaking the news to your… Read More »

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Mediation Did Not Work In My Florida Divorce: What Comes Next?

By Gale H. Moore |

Ending a marriage is hard. You and your spouse may agree that a divorce is the best option, but untangling your lives will still be an emotional, financial, and logistical challenge. Mediation is a popular option for divorcing couples because it emphasizes cooperative problem-solving. Of course, a mediation session for a divorce does not… Read More »

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What Is The Process For Modifying A Parenting Plan In Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

A parenting plan governs how divorced or otherwise separated parents will split the rights and duties in regards to raising their children. You may be wondering: Can you modify a parenting plan? In Florida, the answer is “yes”—but there are certain standards that must apply. In this article, our Clearwater child custody attorney provides… Read More »

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How Does The Appeals Process Work For A Family Law Case In Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

Going through family law litigation is never easy. Whether it is a divorce, custody case, or child support issue, it can put a lot of pressure and stress on a person. While a decision from a judge can bring some important closure, it can be difficult to deal with an unfavorable ruling. Florida does… Read More »

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What Impact Does Adultery Have On Spousal Support (Alimony) In Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

An academic study from the American Psychological Association (APA) found that adultery is an issue in up to 40 percent of divorces. It can be both a cause and an effect of marital breakdown. For the most part, the divorce process in Florida is forward-looking. The law focuses on practical and logistical issues such… Read More »

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What Is Bridge-The-Gap Alimony In Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

Alimony (spousal support) is a payment made from one spouse to the other spouse during or after a divorce. Spousal support is not guaranteed in Florida. Indeed, alimony is actually only awarded in a minority of divorce proceedings. In general, alimony is only awarded from a financially-advantaged spouse to the spouse in a less… Read More »

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Four Common Misconceptions About Property Division In Divorce In Florida

By Gale H. Moore |

Are you preparing to get divorced in Florida? If so, it is normal to have a lot of questions about property division. Splitting up assets is one of the most complex—and often contentious—aspects of ending a marriage. There are a lot of myths about how property division actually works in Florida. In this article,… Read More »

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Four Illustrative Statistics About Child Custody

By Gale H. Moore |

For parents of young children, adolescents, or teenagers, a divorce or separation can be especially challenging. You and your co-parent are going to have to figure out issues regarding child custody and visitation. This can be stressful. The good news is that many other parents have been in the exact same position. With the… Read More »

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Gray Divorces Are On The Rise—Special Considerations Older Couples Should Be Aware Of

By Gale H. Moore |

A divorce can happen at any time during a marriage. While the divorce rate nationwide is falling, a greater share of older couples are getting divorce. According to a recent report from Psychology Today, the number of gray divorces in the United States have more than doubled since the 1990s. Specifically, the report notes… Read More »

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