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Does Divorce Affect Your Credit

Divorce is a life-changing event, and will affect many aspects of your life. Something you may not have considered though, is how it can affect your credit score.  While your marital status by itself is not a direct indicator of your creditworthiness and won’t show up on your credit check, there are several indirect effects...
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Grandparent Rights in Florida

Unsurprisingly, divorce doesn’t just affect you and your spouse; it affects those around you, including your extended family.  If you and your spouse have minor children, this can extend to your children’s grandparents. You see, while some states have grandparents rights established for divorced households, the same cannot be said for the state of Florida....
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Domestic Violence in Florida

Florida Statue 741.28 defines Domestic violence to mean “any assault, aggravated assault, battery, aggravated battery, sexual assault, sexual battery, stalking, aggravated stalking, kidnapping, false imprisonment, or any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death of one family or household member by another family or household member.”  There were almost 108,000 reported cases of domestic...
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Florida Dissolution of Marriage Basics

Divorce can be incredibly stressful, and the process of filing for divorce, or “dissolution of marriage” in Florida can be confusing.  This article will go through the process, as well as provide some cost-saving options and suggestions to help with the process.  You may want to consider speaking with a marriage counselor, psychiatrist, priest, rabbi,...
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