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Monthly Archives: March 2020

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Signs Your Child’s Other Parent Is Guilty of Abuse and Neglect

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

There are large differences of opinion when it comes to child-rearing. Your views on what children need in life and the way in which they should be treated may be dramatically different than the other parent. This is a common point of contention and not easy to resolve. However, there are certain types of… Read More »

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Can My Marriage Be Saved?

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

All married couples occasionally go through hard patches in their relationship. These may be a simple bump in the road or they could be an indicator that one of the parties will eventually file for divorce. How can you tell the difference? Our Fort Lauderdale divorce attorneys outline some of the qualities a marriage… Read More »

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When Domestic Violence Impacts Your Job

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Domestic violence can take a variety of forms, including physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. At the core, the abuser’s need to have control over their partner is often the driving issue. In addition to endangering your health and well-being at home, domestic violence can also impact you on the job. The following highlights a… Read More »

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Seven Common Reasons For Military Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Maintaining a healthy marriage can be difficult for any couple. This is particularly true with those involving military members. While there are plenty of incentives for tying the knot among enlisted men and women, these couples often face additional problems that put a strain on their relationship. Depending on the situation, military divorce may… Read More »

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Including Health Care Costs In Your Child Support

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Whether you are an unmarried parent or one going through a divorce, making sure any children from the relationship have what they need is a top priority. There are numerous factors to consider in child support proceedings. In addition to ensuring they are provided for in regards to food, clothing, shelter, and educational expenses,… Read More »

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Domestic Violence Prevention Plan For During A Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Going through a divorce is never easy. Character traits that were a problem in the marriage become even more of an issue during your divorce. The more the reality of the situation sets in, the more your spouse may resent not being in control. As a result, even if domestic violence was not an… Read More »

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Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault or Harassment

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Regardless of whether you are married and any ‘rights’ the other person may claim to have over you and your body, the consent of both parties is required for sexual relations. Unwanted advances, sexual comments, or feeling pressured or forced into committing sexual acts is a form of domestic violence and could result in… Read More »

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Common Issues In Same Sex Divorce Cases

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Every couple is different. While each divorce case is as unique as the individual parties involved, many share similar types of problems and disputes during divorce-related proceedings and negotiations. Due to the changing laws and attitudes towards LGBTQ couples, resolving matters in your case may be more complex. As an experienced Fort Lauderdale divorce… Read More »