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Florida Alimony Bills Dead…Again

So it wasn’t even a month ago when I wrote my last blog, “It’s AhAhAlimony Reform Time in Florida (again!).” At the time,(which coincided with National Cereal Day) I ran […]

It’s AhAhAlimony Reform Time in Florida (again!)

Ah, it’s that time of year…again. Yes, the Spring Equinox arrives this Friday, March 10th, and one of the tabebuia trees in my neighborhood has begun to bloom into a […]

Great Job Brewing for Single Pet Parents

Being a single parent is hard. Being a single pet parent is also hard. Let’s face it, every self- respecting pet owner does not have a “pet”… they have another […]

A Match Made in Experian Heaven. Is Credit Score Compatibility the Key to Marriage Longevity?

As a divorce and family law attorney, I often ask my clients, as we progress into the case, where they met their soon-to-be ex-spouse. Sometimes it is just for my […]

The Super Bowl and Divorce…Who Wins the Game?

In a few short hours the shown down begins! Super Bowl LI kicks off in Houston, Texas. It is a winner takes all event, because, although the two teams, The […]

Equality (for Women) Like Charity…Begins at Home

On Saturday, our country witnessed some of the largest marches in recent history in cities across our nation and in cities across the world. Interestingly, many of the random women […]

The Best Things in Life Aren’t Things

Going through a divorce is never easy. However, there are certain parts of the divorce process that should be easier than others. Certainly, decisions about children can be difficult. Coming […]

Why Your Divorce Should Not be Viewed As An Olympic Sport

After 16 (or was it 17?) days on Sunday night the Olympic torch was extinguished and thus the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat (as those of us […]

Why The Next President Needs a Divorce/Family Law Attorney in the White House, and Why I Want the Job

With the Republican National Convention of 2016 now history and the Democratic National Convention well underway, I was reminded of John F. Kennedy’s famous inaugural speech where he stated, “Ask […]

Just an (Extreme) Example of Why Parents Should Work Out Custody and Not Let Judges Make the Decisions

Last night I happened upon an episode of 48 Hours entitled Dear Savanna… As any self- respecting person who has happened to spend more than one Saturday night watching television […]