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January 2019 Archives

Your co-parenting New Year’s resolutions

Almost everyone in Florida and elsewhere makes a New Year’s resolution at the beginning of each year. Whether your goal this year is to get fit, to become more productive or something else, there is nothing wrong with making improvements in your life. At the Law Office of Cheryl Bucker, P.A., we also know that it can benefit you and your loved ones to make positive goals after a divorce.

What makes for a fair and equitable property settlement?

As you and your spouse go through the divorce process in Florida, your property settlement negotiations likely will play a huge part. You probably already know that Florida is a “fair and equitable” state, meaning that the property settlement agreement you and your spouse arrive at must, in fact, treat both of you fairly and equitably.

After a divorce, don’t forget to change your will

Any divorce can turn up unexpected complications, especially for couples who have spent a significant portion of their lives together when their marriage ends. For many people, it is not always easy to know when a divorce is finally over and done with, because the process can affect so many areas of a person's life.

What must I do to move my child out of state after my divorce?

If you are a Florida parent looking forward to your post-divorce life, be aware that you cannot just pick up and leave if you decide to move somewhere else. Per Section 61.13001 of the Florida Statutes, you cannot move more than 50 miles from your current residence without court approval.