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December 2018 Archives

Keeping a child custody dispute from ruining your life

When you are experiencing the never-ending stress and emotional turmoil that comes from getting a divorce, it can be challenging to picture life getting any better. However, there are things that you can do to lessen the unhappiness you are feeling and hopefully work toward achieving a happy and prosperous life despite your current circumstances. At The Minaya Law Offices, PLLC, we have helped many people in Florida to plan and work through their divorce. 

How can you thrive as a single parent?

When you are going through a divorce in Florida, you could temporarily be the sole parent. Depending on your situation, your responsibilities may extend beyond your divorce if you are granted full custody of your children. If your ex is not fit to share parenting responsibilities with you, you could end up being a single parent and the charge of raising your children falls solely on your shoulders. 

All alimony is not created equal

When Florida couples divorce, it is often after months or years of trying to repair the relationship. In many cases, one spouse pays money to the other after the settlement. If you are considering divorce, it is worth noting that the court can use its discretion when determining how much and length of the payments. At The Minaya Law Offices, PLLC, we often represent clients who wish for some form of spousal support after the divorce.

How can I control spending over the holidays?

Whether you’re the custodial parent or are obligated to remit child support payments, the holidays can be tough for single parents. In this case, you must take the proper steps to prevent issues from occurring, as overspending during the holiday season can start the new year off on the wrong foot financially. Bankrate offers the following tips, which can help divorced parents save money during this time of year.

Preventing divorce from ruining a child's education

When a child's parents get divorced in Florida, it can take its toll on the child as he or she struggles to cope with the emotions of a vastly changing family dynamic. One of the areas in a child's life that may be drastically affected by the separation of his or her parents is at school. Dealing with emotions like sadness, anger and confusion can create a distraction and cause a child to struggle to focus and excel. 

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