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Should You Date During Your Divorce? Contact Spencer Law

Should I Date During my Divorce?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

A dissolution of marriage is a difficult and emotionally-charged process. There are a lot of issues that must be resolved, and there is great uncertainty about the future. Some divorcing spouses mourn the loss of their marriage and they are in no hurry to start dating again. Others are anxious to get back out… Read More »

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Dealing with Divorce in the Florida Workplace

By Crystal C. Spencer |

If you’re going through a divorce, you might not have given a lot of thought to how this will affect you at work. Assuming you have a full-time job, you spend more of your waking hours at work during the week than anywhere else. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that your problems at… Read More »

Parents Breaking Divorce News to Their Children - Spencer Law

Tips to Help You Prepare Your Children for Divorce

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Deciding to pursue a divorce is never easy, especially when you and your spouse have children together. Some parents dread telling their children so much that they avoid it as long as possible. What they probably don’t realize is that even their youngest children can tell that something serious is happening with their parents,… Read More »

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Distracted Driving: Look Out for Children Going Back to School

By Crystal C. Spencer |

A recent report by the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) states that 29 percent of fatal pedestrian accident occur in the fall. This makes it the deadliest time of year for people crossing a road on foot. Unfortunately, distracted driving is a leading cause of these types of accidents. Now that school… Read More »

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