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  • Is Separation Required Before Getting Divorced in Florida?
    Is Separation Required Before Getting Divorced in Florida?

    Some states require couples to be legally separated before they can file for divorce. Is the same for Florida? We discuss this and more in the article below. Separation Vs. Divorce A legal separation ...

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  • Property Division FAQ: Are Assets Split 50/50 in a Divorce?
    Property Division FAQ: Are Assets Split 50/50 in a Divorce?

    When couples begin the divorce process, one of the hardest parts will be splitting up their entire lives. From time with their children to their marital property, and everything in between will need ...

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  • How to Prepare For Your Florida Divorce
    How to Prepare For Your Florida Divorce

    Once you have decided that divorce is your only viable option, it may be wise to start preparing yourself mentally, emotionally, and financially. Divorce is a major life decision, you should think ...

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  • Budgeting for the Holidays After a Divorce
    Budgeting for the Holidays After a Divorce

    After a divorce, the first holiday season is filled with many emotions, including stress, anger, sadness, relief, and even happiness. A major contributing factor to negative feelings during the ...

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  • Who Keeps the Family Home in a Divorce?
    Who Keeps the Family Home in a Divorce?

    When splitting up property in a divorce , one of the assets that couples can have trouble deciding what to do with is the family home. In most cases, this is not only the largest marital assets; it is ...

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  • Florida Property Division: Separate vs. Marital Assets
    Florida Property Division: Separate vs. Marital Assets

    Through a divorce, many important decisions must be made, but splitting up assets can be one of the most stressful and divisive for couples. Florida is an equitable distribution state, which means the ...

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