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Can My Family Attorney Serve as a Mediator?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

It can be difficult to come to amicable resolutions during family disputes. This could be true for couples who were never married but involved in long-term relationships and decide to split up, couples moving forward with a divorce, or family members who are arguing about personal or business interests. While going to court may… Read More »

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When You Should (and Shouldn’t) Pay Off Debt Before Ending a Marriage

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

There are a lot of different financial challenges faced by divorcing couples, and one of them is how to deal with debt. Because of this, a top question for some who are ending a union is if they should pay off debt before ending a marriage or not. Like many other areas of divorce,… Read More »

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If I Move in with My New Partner, Will It Impact My Alimony?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

A lot of life changes follow a divorce, and some of these changes can be significant. For instance, new relationships and living arrangements may be introduced, and if you are receiving or paying alimony and are considering moving in with a new partner, it’s essential to understand how cohabitation could impact your spousal support… Read More »

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Navigating a Divorce Involving Mental Health Concerns

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

When a divorce includes mental health issues, it can make a difficult process even more intricate. The delicate nature of these cases requires careful consideration, compassion, and expert guidance. If either you or your spouse, or both of you, have mental health issues, it is possible your divorce will be affected. Talk through your… Read More »

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How to Share Holidays Within Child Custody Agreements

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

One discussed concern for divorcing parents with kids is how to navigate holiday arrangements. Planning ahead and including this information within child custody agreements is essential as holidays are a time for family bonding and creating lasting memories, so there needs to be opportunities for both parents to share these special moments with their… Read More »

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Attorney Arthur Brandt Recognized With The Grand Lion Life Membership Award!

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Florida Custody Disputes and Behaviors to Avoid

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

An aspect of a divorce when there are children involved is navigating custody. Some parents are able to work together and build a parenting plan, but others find themselves involved in arguments over who will be the custodial parent. Like most other states in the US, Florida court’s primary consideration when it comes to… Read More »

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When Divorce Is Expensive and How to Keep Costs Down

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

There are emotional challenges, legal complexities, and, inevitably, financial considerations when a couple is going through the Florida divorce process. It is common to have concerns about the cost of divorce, and it is important to realize that not all situations lead to the same expenses and fees. If you would like to connect… Read More »

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Stepparent Rights and Navigating the Path to Legal Recognition

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Stepparents often share that their role is both rewarding and challenging. This is due, in part, to stepparents forming strong emotional bonds with their stepchildren and contributing significantly to their upbringing and well-being but not having the same rights as biological parents should a marriage come to an end. A Port St. Lucie family… Read More »

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Prompting Factors for Child Support Modifications

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Child support payments are a key part of many Florida household budgets, and in some situations the child support amount set when a divorce is finalized is the appropriate amount for years, but in other situations the amount needs to be adjusted as the parents income changes and evolves as careers progress with the… Read More »

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