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Preparing for a Contested Divorce Hearing or Trial in Florida

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Despite multiple attempts at settling your case, you and your spouse just cannot see eye-to-eye and there are now multiple contested issues set for hearing or trial before a judge. There are several main things to consider to build your best case to present before a family law judge at the hearing or trial…. Read More »

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Common Mistakes to Avoid When Negotiating Florida Financial Divorce Settlements

By Cotter & Zelman, P.A. |

One of the most daunting tasks in a divorce is figuring out how to divide your various assets and debts pursuant to a final financial settlement. Even the simplest marital estates typically have assets and debts that need to be divided and potential mistakes that couples could make in dividing them. This post will… Read More »

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Relocating With Minor Children in Florida

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You have completed the divorce process in Florida and you were designated the primary residential parent for your children. A few years pass and you get a call from your boss that he wants to promote and relocate you to the company’s New York headquarters. You want to know whether you are permitted to… Read More »

Is Collaborative Divorce Right For You?

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Deciding whether to file for divorce is a difficult decision. Oftentimes people are scared of going through the court and having to pay thousands of dollars for costly and contentious litigation that sometimes results in both parties feeling resentful towards each other. Collaborative divorce offers an alternative to the “traditional” divorce whereby parties work… Read More »

When Can You Modify Child Support in Florida?

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Today’s fluctuating economy has left many Florida residents facing job volatility. This volatility frequently means unexpected loss of employment or salary cuts that hinder a paying party’s ability to keep current on their child support obligation. If you get a divorce and set a child support obligation while your child is relatively young, there… Read More »

Divorce Vs. Legal Separation: Your Legal Rights If You and Your Spouse are Physically Separated

By Cotter & Zelman, P.A. |

Instead of getting a divorce, couples sometimes choose to simply live apart in separate homes.  A few common reasons for opting to live separately include: Personal Preference: Some spouses do not see a need to get divorced when neither of them plan to remarry in the near future and do not want to go… Read More »

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along? The Role of Mediation in Florida Divorces

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You are flipping through the channels on TV and you stop at the sight of one of those heated divorcing couples yelling at each other, seconds away from ripping each other’s hair out.  You wonder to yourself, “Is it possible to resolve some of these issues outside of court without all the drama?”  That… Read More »

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