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5 Questions to Ask Your Partner Before You Get Married

Spouses-to-be usually have a busy schedule when planning weddings and ceremonies. Although deciding on a venue or cake flavors are important, many couples forget to think about questions to ask before marriage. There are many financial, personal and legal aspects of marriage everyone should think about before saying “I do.” Although some questions may not sound very romantic, honest conversations with your life Read More

3 Social Media Habits to Avoid During a Divorce

Going through a divorce in Miami can be difficult, especially now, as we share our lives on social media. While scrolling through our Facebook or Instagram feed can take our minds off the hardships of a divorce, there are certain social media habits that can make a divorce even more difficult to get through.  Though it’s entirely likely for a divorce to end on good terms without social media accounts being Read More

How to Fight a Restraining Order in Florida

Receiving a restraining order can be devastating. Losing access to your family and legally having to stay away from them is unpleasant and can ruin the joy of the coming holiday season. However, knowing that you can fight a restraining order and regain your family can be reassuring.  Although restraining orders are sometimes necessary to protect members of a family, they are often filed frivolously, with little to Read More

5 Things to Know Before Filing a Restraining Order in Florida

Filing for a restraining order in Florida is necessary in some situations. Feeling safe is an important aspect of living a normal, healthy life. We surround ourselves with people we feel most comfortable with. However, it is all too common to be in a situation where your safety might be threatened by someone close to you.    In the midst of a divorce, things between a separated couple can turn ugly and, at Read More

Understanding Florida No-Fault Divorce

If you’re looking to get, prevent or understand divorce in Florida, you may have come across the concept of “no-fault law.” Though no-fault is commonly associated with car accidents, in Florida, divorces can also be considered no-fault. But what does that mean exactly? No-fault divorce law means that spouses don’t need to prove any kind of fault or wrongdoing on their partner’s end to initiate a divorce. All Read More

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