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High Conflict Parenting Class for Divorcing Parents

The High Conflict Diversion Program helps to resolve issues by teaching new methods of communication and negotiation.​  By empowering the parent, their ability to redirect to a calm, practical, emotionally healthy state becomes a model and positive life lesson for their children. Source: High Conflict Diversion Program | Life Lessons of Manasota | Parenting Courses |

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Hollywood’s Go-To Divorce Lawyers Reveal the Secrets of High-Profile Splits | Vanity Fair

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s marriage imploded this summer, but the resolution was surprisingly swift Web Site. That’s because Hollywood divorce attorneys have more than enough practice massaging even the most rancorous of splits. Source: Vanity Fair Hollywood’s Go-To Divorce Lawyers Reveal the Secrets of High-Profile Splits | Vanity Fair   The attorney in this article

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The Four Divorce Alternatives

No two marriages are the same, and so it only follows that no two divorces will be the same, either.In fact, if you’re a woman who’s contemplating divorce, you have several options about how to proceed. In general terms, you need to consider four broad categories of divorce alternatives: Do-It-Yourself (DIY), Mediation, Collaborative and Litigation.

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Does it matter how marital assets and liabilities are titled? | Divorce and Family Law in Sarasota, FL

Does it matter how marital assets and liabilities are titled? The short answer is no.*   Under Florida law, assets acquired during the marriage individual by either spouse, or jointly, are “marital.”   (Unless an exception applies).  The same is true Source: Does it matter how marital assets and liabilities are titled? | Divorce and Family

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What are the grounds for divorce in Florida?

Florida is a “no-fault” state.  The only claim that needs to be made to request a divorce is that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.” *    In fact, the court may dismiss your case if you incorrectly claim grounds like “adultery,” “mental cruelty,” or “abandonment.” * Section 61.052(1)(a), Florida Statutes.   Section 61.052(1)(b), Florida Statutes, also

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