11Dear Vanessa: Can I Vaccinate My Kid Even Though My Ex Doesn't Want To?
  When couples are married, either parent may be able to make decisions about healthcare without necessarily getting approval of the other parent. For divorced families who share custody, however, things are different. Both parents must sign off on healthcare decisions, including the decision to vaccinate their child (or not). While this is a hot-button...
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11Finding Joy After Divorce and Rediscovering Yourself
Divorce is one of those significant life events none of us plans on going through. While intellectually we know we’ll make it through to the other side, that doesn’t discount just how difficult and anguishing it can be to get there. Not to mention, it doesn’t prepare us for how different the “other side” may...
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11Is Filing for a Post-Judgment Modification Worth Your Time, Stress or Money?
  It’s rare to find divorced couples jumping at the opportunity to head back to court. It’s time-consuming, stressful, and (depending on multiple different factors) can be expensive. So why put yourself through that again? Well, there are several good reasons why you may want to pursue a post-judgment modification despite some of these perceived...
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11Dr. Lopez Headshot
Dr. Gisell Lopez, Licensed Clinical Psychologist Are you feeling lost after your divorce? Are you struggling to figure out how to move on with your life? You are not alone. Millions of people go through divorce every year, and many of them feel lost and confused. That is why we have put together this blog...
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Couples going through divorce may be wondering if the length of their marriage will play a role in their divorce settlement. The short answer to this question is that yes, it can, particularly in terms of property division and spousal support.   How length of marriage can affect marital property division in Florida divorces  ...
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