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Want a Peaceful Divorce? Follow These Tips

By O'Mara Law Group |

People that are facing divorce often envision the worst situation possible. Truthfully though, while divorce is an extremely emotional and challenging time, it does not always have to end in a bitter courtroom battle. Although some divorces cause disputes, not only between the couple going through it but the rest of the family as… Read More »

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The Timeline of a Florida Divorce

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Divorce is an unsettling and uncertain time. You are likely wondering what your life will look like afterwards, and what the future holds for you. One of the biggest uncertainties may be that you are unsure of what the process entails, or what you will have to go through. To help bring some certainty… Read More »

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When Collaborative Divorce Works, and When it Does Not

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In the summer of 2017, The Collaborative Law Process Act took effect in Florida, making collaborative divorces possible for couples across the state. Collaborative law provides another method for couples that are getting divorced or that are dealing with other family law issues. Being that this process is relatively new in Florida, it is… Read More »

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Wondering When is the Best Time to get Divorced? Learn More

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There is never a good time to get a divorce, but if you are considering ending your marriage, you may want to file during the summer months. Although many divorce attorneys say that January and February are their busiest times, there are circumstances during the summer that could make it a better time to… Read More »

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Can Couples get Legally Separated in Florida?

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Sometimes, a couple goes through some problems and considers divorce, but neither spouse is certain that is the right option. When this is the case, the couple may decide to legally separate. Florida is one of the few states that does not recognize legal separation. However, when couples need to live apart and perhaps… Read More »

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How to Stop Your Former Spouse from Traveling to High-Risk Areas

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Cruises are all but nonexistent as cruise ships are considered some of the most dangerous places to be right now. It is hard to imagine that anyone would willingly travel to any of these places, or any other, for that matter. However, sometimes people still want to go, or have to travel for work,… Read More »

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Will Florida See More Divorces Because Of The Quarantine?

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Divorce lawyers often refer to ‘divorce season’ as falling in the months of January and February. In some ways it is illogical that during a time of festivities and holidays, people are more likely to consider divorce while in other ways, it makes perfect sense. During the holidays at the end of the year,… Read More »

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What are Donor’s Rights?

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There are many ways to start a family these days. Women are choosing to have children later in life, when their fertility levels may not be as high as they once were. Fortunately, with all of the medical advancements today, that does not necessarily mean that they cannot have children. Many women today choose… Read More »

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Factors to Consider in a Gray Divorce

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There is a current trend of gray divorces, or divorces that involve older individuals. These divorces are just as difficult as any other, but they also have certain complications that divorce cases involving younger people do not. This is largely due to the fact that older couples have often amassed a greater amount of… Read More »

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Does Florida Recognize Common Law Marriages?

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Many couples today wish to live together and act as a married couple, even though they have never obtained a marriage license or had an official wedding ceremony. This is known as a common law marriage. Sometimes, the couple involved even refer to each other as husband and wife. If you are currently living… Read More »

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