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How Mediation Differs from Litigation During a Florida Divorce

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Mediation is an alternative to a trial that is often used for a more peaceable dissolution of a marriage. Mediation may not be appropriate for every case, but if it works for your situation, it can be a way to negotiate your issues and concerns with the help of a neutral third party to… Read More »

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Should I Stay in the Marital Home During a Divorce?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Besides children and finances, deciding who will reside in the marital home is one of the most common issues during a divorce. Your home was supposed to be your sanctuary, a place to raise the children and be a family unit. Now that that dream is shattered, you may feel the need to cling… Read More »

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Obtaining a Passport for a Child in a Divorced Home

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Are you a divorced parent? If you would like to travel outside of the country, you are going to need a passport for yourself and your child. However, you may be concerned about getting a passport for your child because of the other parent. Even if you share joint custody with your ex-partner, there… Read More »

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Raising Children While Going Through a Divorce

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Going through a divorce is one of the most stressful situations anyone ever has to go through. The situation becomes even more difficult when you have children, especially young children. Getting divorced later in life, with your children now grown adults with families of their own, might not be as hard on them as… Read More »

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Can Divorce Impact my Credit Score?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Does getting a divorce impact your credit score? The short answer is, not directly, but possibly indirectly. No Direct Impact There is no direct impact on your credit score when you finalize a divorce, because the credit reporting agencies do not consider marital status as a factor in determining your creditworthiness. That being said,… Read More »

Divorce and Senior Citizens

Getting Divorced as a Senior Citizen

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Retirement can be no fun when you no longer like the person you are supposed to be spending it with. This is the situation that many Baby Boomers find themselves in, and according to the latest statistics, some are deciding not to stick around for the long haul. Pew Research Center┬áreports that the rates… Read More »

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 »

Parents Breaking Divorce News to Their Children - Spencer Law

How to Tell Your Children You Are Divorcing

By Crystal C. Spencer |

If you are a parent who is thinking about or is already in the process of divorce, you’re probably concerned about how to break the news to your children. When parents divorce, it has an impact on adult children, friends, and even distant family, but it’s usually minor children who experience the most stress… Read More »

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