5 Red Flags Your Child is Not Handling Your Divorce Well

One of the biggest concerns for divorcing parents is that their child or children will not handle the divorce well. Every child is different, and each family unique, and it can be difficult to predict how a child will react to this life-changing event. When parents divorce, it is going to have a big impact on children, so knowing what types of things indicate a problem, and what is normal behavior, can be helpful in helping to ensure your kids ...
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How You Can Pull Yourself Back from the Brink of Bankruptcy

Most people will experience some type of financial hardship at some point in their life. If they are unable to pull things together financially, they may be headed toward bankruptcy. While bankruptcy is sometimes the only answer, and can be helpful in some situations, it should generally be avoided if at all possible. The following are some options you may not have considered for pulling back from the brink of bankruptcy in your life. Settle ...
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5 Options to Help You Avoid Foreclosure

Falling behind on your mortgage payments can happen to anyone for a wide range of different reasons. If your mortgage company has told you that your home will be foreclosed upon, or you worry that this may happen, it is important to act quickly. There are more options than ever when it comes to avoiding foreclosure, and if you take the right steps, you can actually emerge from this situation in a stronger financial position than ever before. The ...
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How to Financially Prepare Yourself for Divorce

Going through a divorce is going to be a difficult experience no matter your situation. If this is something you believe you will be facing in the near future, it is important to start planning right away. For many people, divorce is as painful financially as it is emotionally, which is why it is so important to start thinking about how a divorce will impact your money situation now. The following are several ways you can prepare yourself ...
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Landlords: How NOT to Evict a Tenant in Florida

Evicting a tenant is never a pleasant process, but when you handle it properly, it doesn’t have to be very difficult. Unfortunately, many landlords in Florida try to do things their own way, which only causes problems and delays. The following are some common mistakes that landlords make, and can serve as an example of how not to try to evict a tenant in the state of Florida. Demand Immediate Eviction You can’t demand your tenants leave ...
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Self-Centering: The Best Ways to Move on More Easily From Your Divorce

The weeks and months following a divorce can be extremely difficult for many people. Taking some time to focus on yourself after a traumatic event like a divorce can be very therapeutic, but many people really don’t know what to do. The following self-care tips can really help you to work through the difficulties of a divorce, and prepare yourself for many happy years to come. Get in Shape or Have a Makeover During marriage, and especially ...
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Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce in Florida

When getting a divorce in Florida, there are many things that need to be worked out. One of the first decisions that needs to be made is whether your case will be considered contested, or uncontested. Understanding what each of these are, and when they should be used, can help you decide how to move forward. This blog will provide an introduction to each, and when they are used. What is a Contested Divorce? A contested divorce is what most ...
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The 5 Possible Alternatives to Foreclosure

Falling behind on your mortgage payments is something that happens to millions of people each year. If you receive a foreclosure notice, or you fear you might get one soon, it can be quite a scary experience. Just because you’re facing foreclosure, however, doesn’t mean that all hope is lost. Today more than ever, there are viable options that can help you get caught up on your payments, and exit foreclosure in a strong position to keep your home ...
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An Overview of Mechanic’s Liens

Anyone working as a contractor needs to understand what a mechanic’s lien is and how they can effectively help protect your business. A simple definition is that a mechanic’s lien is a security interest to a piece of property (real property or personal property) that is put in place in order to ensure that someone who has provided labor and/or materials to improve the property receives the money due for the service or supply they ...
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Do You Know the Main Differences Between Contested and Uncontested Divorces in Florida?

When getting a divorce, there are two main options available in Florida. You and your soon-to-be-ex will need to determine if you will have a contested or an uncontested divorce. Understanding the main differences between the two can help you to figure out which one will be best in your situation. The best place to start is to look at what an uncontested divorce is. If you can meet the requirements for an uncontested divorce, it’s the most ideal ...
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