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  • What Are the Differences Between Simplified and Collaborative Divorce?
    What Are the Differences Between Simplified and Collaborative Divorce?

    When pursuing a divorce, you may be presented with various options from your attorney regarding how you wish to approach your divorce. You can go the litigation route, opt for arbitration, or work it ...

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  • 5 Benefits of a Collaborative Divorce
    5 Benefits of a Collaborative Divorce

    If you and your spouse are pursuing an amicable split, you may start to consider a collaborative divorce. Since all a divorcing couple needs to pursue a collaborative divorce is an agreement made in ...

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  • The Financial Benefits of a Collaborative Divorce
    The Financial Benefits of a Collaborative Divorce

    Divorces can be expensive, with the average cost of a Florida divorce without children being $13,500, and with children increasing to $20,300. When considering a divorce, you may also consider ...

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  • Why You Should Use a Collaborative Lawyer
    Why You Should Use a Collaborative Lawyer

    Some couples may move into the next chapter of their lives, deciding that their marriage is no longer suitable for them. If they are able to divorce amicably, then a collaborative divorce may be their ...

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  • What Happens to the Kids in a Divorce?
    What Happens to the Kids in a Divorce?

    Your divorce may be an unstable time for you as you juggle the change in financial situation, the meetings with your lawyers, and changes in your romantic life. You may be worried that your children ...

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  • Q&A: Divorce Around The Holidays
    Q&A: Divorce Around The Holidays

    The holidays can be an exciting time of year with all the festivities, seeing your families, and spending time with your children on break. Around the holidays, Advocate Law Firm, P.A. receives many ...

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