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Divorce In Florida: What To Know About Parent Education And Family Stabilization Classes

By Gale H. Moore |

Getting divorced is hard—especially so for parents who share young children. In Florida, there are specialized rules and procedures in place that are designed to help make the divorce process easier on children and families. Parents with minor children are actually required to complete an online class known as Parent Education and Family Stabilization… Read More »

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How Are Family Bills Handled While A Divorce Is Pending In Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

Getting divorced is never easier. Among other things, spouses need to untangle their finances. To make matters even more challenging, the divorce process can be slow. It can take months (or longer) for a divorce to be finalized. This raises an important question: How are the family bills handled while a divorce is pending?… Read More »

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Is There A Difference Between A Dissolution Of Marriage And A Divorce In Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

Are you preparing to end your marriage in Florida? If so, you may hear a lot of terms thrown around, including divorce, dissolution of marriage, and annulment. There is no technical difference between a divorce and a dissolution—though an annulment is a separate thing that may be available in a very limited number of… Read More »

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Four Reasons Why Divorce Mediation Can Be A Useful Tool For Separating Parents

By Gale H. Moore |

Are you a parent of a young child preparing for a divorce in Florida? If so, it is normal to feel stressed out by the process. Divorce is emotionally and logistically complicated. For parents, divorce mediation can be a useful tool to help them resolve their issues in a reasonable, low conflict manner with… Read More »

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Four Divorce Tips For Business Owners In Florida

By Gale H. Moore |

For a business owner, there is an extra layer of stress and uncertainty that comes with divorce. You need to make sure that your company is fully protected through the course of the separation. With proper preparation, you can put yourself and your business in the best position to navigate the divorce. In this… Read More »

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Divorce Filings Were Down Significantly In 2020—But It May Be A Temporary Drop

By Gale H. Moore |

According to a report from The New York Times, preliminary data indicates that the national divorce rate dropped significantly in 2020. Experts cite the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic as the primary factor—meaning the fall in divorces may be temporary. Here, our Clearwater divorce attorney provides an overview of the report from The… Read More »

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I Cannot Find My Spouse—Can I Still Get Divorced in Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

While getting a divorce is never easy, the process can be especially challenging for people who are not currently in contact with their partner. You may be wondering: Can I still file for divorce in Florida if I cannot locate my spouse? The answer is an unequivocal ‘yes’—you always have the right to file… Read More »

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What is a Simplified Divorce in Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

No one wants to go through a long or nasty divorce. Most separating couples want to resolve their issues as smoothly and quickly as possible. A low-conflict resolution can help to put you in the best position to move forward with your life. In Florida, some married couples qualify for a type of “quick divorce”… Read More »

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We Lived Together Before Getting Married—Will that Affect Our Divorce?

By Gale H. Moore |

Many people move in with their partner before they officially tie the knot. Indeed, the Pew Research Center reports that nearly two thirds of Americans lived with their partner before they got married. Often referred to as ‘cohabitating’, many people believe that this type of arrangement offers useful advantages. You may be wondering: Does… Read More »

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Divorce Mediation in Florida: Four Common Mistakes to Avoid

By Gale H. Moore |

One of the most popular forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is mediation. As mediation is a non-adversarial and collaborative process, it can be especially effective in family law settings. If you are like most people who are going through a divorce, you want to reach a reasonable, amicable divorce settlement without getting stuck… Read More »

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