Lessons and Blessing from Divorce

There is no way around it, divorce is a really heavy topic. Even when you are the one filing for divorce, it’s tough. When you’re in the middle of divorce and sometimes even for the next few years following, it can feel impossible to think there could be anything good to come from this. So…

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On June 2nd, my husband Joe and I celebrated our tenth wedding anniversary with a private sunset vow renewal and dinner on the beach at The Don Cesar. The reason I am sharing this is to give you hope for your future.

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Summer Co-Parenting Tips

Summer often means different timesharing schedules than the school year for co-parents. Changes in schedules can come with logistical and emotional challenges; from accommodating vacations and summer camps to potentially longer stretches without seeing your children. As a divorce lawyer and a mom who has been divorced for the , I have navigated many summers…

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Back to School Tips for Co-Parents

Perhaps no other time of the year requires excellent co-parenting skills than back-to-school. New schedules, teachers, classrooms, and after school activities can be a challenge for anyone, but especially co-parents. Follow these tips for a smooth transition from summer to fall, and avoid making things harder on yourself than they need to be. 1. Split…

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4 Common Timesharing Schedules for Successful Co-Parenting

Florida Law requires every divorce case in the state of Florida to include a detailed parenting plan that describes (among other things) a child timesharing schedule which addresses when the children will spend time with each of their parents. What follows is a description of 4 timesharing schedules that are most commonly used. 1 Week…

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