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Five Things to Put On Your Post-Divorce To-Do List

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Going through a divorce is a life changing process. You may have had to leave a home or property that you had grown attached to, while facing financial losses that impact your lifestyle and manner of living. Once close relationships with friends, neighbors, and family members can easily become strained, leaving you feeling off… Read More »

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Signs that a Marital Settlement Agreement May Work for You and Your Spouse

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Getting a divorce does not have to mean going through lengthy legal battles in which you and your spouse bicker or fight over every asset and piece of property you possess. While these situations cannot be avoided in some cases, there are scenarios where both parties are able to put aside their differences to… Read More »

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Options for Negotiating a Divorce Settlement when You Own a Business

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

The hard work, demands, and sacrifices of owning your own business can wreak havoc with your marriage and your relationship with your spouse. While it may not have been the sole cause of your breakup, it could be a factor in divorce-related proceedings. Whether you are a sole owner or own a j0int family… Read More »

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Five Ways You May Be Sabotaging Your Divorce Case

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

It is natural to go through a grieving process when a marriage is coming to an end. It can be hard to think clearly during a divorce while also dealing with your feelings of loss, betrayal, or anger against your former partner, which is one of many reasons why you need an experienced divorce… Read More »

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Dealing With a Spouse Who Destroys Property or Wastes Money Prior to Your Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Going through a divorce is difficult under even the best of circumstances, such as in those seemingly rare cases where both partners agree to the breakup and to the terms. In cases that are more common and contentious, one of the parties may want to hurt the other or extract revenge over the breakup… Read More »

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Choosing Whether to Seek Alimony in Your Divorce Case

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Recovering financially after a divorce can be a challenge. After years of relying on your partner’s financial contributions, you may find yourself falling short in terms of the total amount of income needed to support the type of lifestyle you were accustomed to during your marriage. In addition, the amount of property you own,… Read More »

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Divorce Pre-Planning

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Most of us spend time planning before attempting to undertake a task, whether it involves a visit to the grocery store, going on vacation, or charting a course in your career. It makes sense to take this same approach when your marriage is in trouble and you are considering your options in terms of… Read More »

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Beware Social Media in Divorce and Timesharing Cases

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

For so many of us, checking in and posting updates on social media is a daily activity. You may use it to increase your professional network and to promote your business or brand, or you may simply enjoy it as a way to pass the time and keep up with family and friends. In… Read More »

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Getting Attorney’s Fees Awarded In Your Florida Divorce Case

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Going through a divorce can be a fairly long and contentious process. Ill will between the spouses and disputes over children and money or property can require the filing of numerous legal documents and appearances at court hearings. In addition to being time consuming, it can also be expensive in terms of legal fees…. Read More »

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Is Stalking an Issue In Your Divorce Case? How You Can Put a Stop to It

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When a marriage breaks up, potentially volatile emotions are often involved. In some cases, it is not uncommon for one of the spouse’s to continue to hang onto hope of a reconciliation.  In others, your former partner may begin spying on you, following you to places or trolling you online, looking for information to… Read More »