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August is One of the Leading Months for Divorce Filings in the United States

By Gale H. Moore |

In general, August is viewed as a bit of a ‘laid back’ month — families go on vacation, people relax and enjoy the end of summer, and even the United States Congress goes into its annual recess. With this in mind, it may be surprising to learn that August is actually one of the… Read More »

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Four Things You Need to Know About Taxes and Divorce

By Gale H. Moore |

Getting a divorce can be complicated, stressful, and emotionally challenging. With so much going on, it is easy for some more mundane things, such as tax issues, to get overlooked. That being said, forgetting about taxes could be a major financial mistake — a divorce has the potential to have significant tax consequences. You… Read More »

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Five Common Divorce Mistakes You Should Avoid

By Gale H. Moore |

Going through a divorce can be stressful and overwhelming. If you are preparing for divorce in Florida, it is essential that you know how to protect your emotional well-being, your family, and your legal rights. Unfortunately, many people make mistakes in divorce — as a consequence, the process becomes even more difficult. Here, our… Read More »

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What Happens to Your Inheritance When You Get Divorced in Florida

By Gale H. Moore |

If you received an inheritance from a relative or a loved one, you may be interested in protecting it in a divorce. Under Florida law, divorcing couples must divide their marital property in a reasonably fair manner. However, not all of your assets will necessarily be deemed marital assets. Indeed, when handled properly, inheritance… Read More »

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Can I Get an Annulment Instead of a Divorce in Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

If you are considering separating from your spouse in Florida, you may be wondering if you can get your marriage annulled instead of getting a traditional divorce. The answer is ‘yes’, but only when specific criteria are met. While Florida law does allow annulments, you can only get one under limited circumstances. Here, our… Read More »

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Is Divorce Different for Stay-At-Home Parents?

By Gale H. Moore |

According to the most recent data from the Pew Research Center, nearly one in five American parents — 18 percent — report that they voluntarily stay at home with their children. In many ways, a divorce for a stay-at-home parent is similar to a divorce for a parent who is working on a full-time… Read More »

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Four Divorce Tips for Medical Professionals

By Gale H. Moore |

Going through a divorce can be deeply challenging for any couple. For medical professionals, ending a marriage can be even more complicated — there are often additional issues that must be considered and resolved before the divorce can be finalized. At the Law Office of Gale H. Moore P.A., we represent medical professionals who… Read More »

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How Will Adultery Impact a Divorce in Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

Marriages can fall apart for many different reasons. Infidelity is generally near the top of any list of ‘reasons for divorce’. As Florida is a no-fault divorce state, neither spouse is legally required to  prove that their partner did anything wrong to be eligible to separate. In that sense, adultery has no impact on… Read More »

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What Makes Military Divorce Different

By Gale H. Moore |

Military families face some unique challenges and stresses. Beyond deployment, tight schedules, and the potential for frequent relocations, not every couple is built for the military lifestyle. When military couples do choose to separate, they should be aware that there are some federal and state regulations that make these cases somewhat different from other… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: Can I Change My Child’s Name?

By Gale H. Moore |

Following a divorce, you may be interested in changing your child’s first name or last name. While certainly not all divorcing families seek to make this type of change, it is far from an unusual decision. You may feel that a name change is best to help your child adjust post-divorce. Under Florida law,… Read More »

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