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Naples Law Blog

Should you consider parallel parenting?

When parents divorce, they must consider their child's best interests above all else. What will keep them stable? What will provide them with the best future? How can they ensure the divorce does as little damage to them as possible? When considering ways to co-parent...

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Will you receive alimony after a divorce?

Your divorce can have far-reaching effects on your life, and one area where you may see the biggest impact is your finances. The State of Florida recognizes that some people need help supporting themselves after a divorce. In your case, the family court may rule that...

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When can you modify your parenting plan?

When the court approves a parenting plan, you and your co-parent must abide by it. While you may make small compromises throughout your co-parenting journey, you cannot make significant modifications without the court's permission. Even if you and your child's other...

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Are your finances prepared for divorce?

Despite counseling, lengthy discussions and maybe even time spent apart, you and your spouse may feel that divorce is your best chance at reclaiming happiness. You feel prepared mentally and emotionally for the next chapter of your life in Florida, but have you...

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Top 3 estate planning mistakes

Estate planning is an important proactive step you can take that can help provide your loved one's peace of mind in the event you pass away or become incapacitated. However, mistakes in the planning process do occur. Failing to identify them and take action can result...

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