5 Pieces of Advice for Divorcing Parents Divorce is an emotional and stressful life event that nobody can be fully prepared for. To lessen the negative effects of divorce on you and your children, keep these five tips in mind. By Gregory C. Frank March 09, 2016

I’m 45, four years into a divorce, and the father of twin 11-year-olds. Based in NYC, I can assure you I’ve seen and heard it all. So many divorce stories share a few common ingredients and experience the same aftermath. Here are five things divorcing parents should think about: divorcing parents 1. Don’t Rely Solely on Advice from Friends Your …

The reasons you should hire a divorce attorney from the start

The reasons you should hire a divorce attorney from the start On behalf of Law Office of Scott A. Levine, P.A. posted on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. When you have a high net worth, the last thing you really want to face is a divorce that could tear apart your finances. You’re in a position where you’ve built up your …

7 reasons a divorce can cost less if you do it now

7 reasons a divorce can cost less if you do it now On behalf of Law Office of Scott A. Levine, P.A. posted on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. You may be putting off getting a divorce for fear of the expenses it could raise, but there are some reasons you shouldn’t delay. Is the thought of the cost of a …

What documents should you keep regarding alimony payments?

What documents should you keep regarding alimony payments? On behalf of Law Office of Scott A. Levine, P.A. posted in Alimony on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. When you’re planning to seek alimony, there are some documents that you should keep for the courts. Alimony, also known as spousal support, is not a requirement of divorce, so it’s important to have …

Children and Divorce

At Scott Levine Family Law, we concentrate in family related issues. As we all know, divorce is a very difficult time for everyone involved, and this is especially true if children fall into this equation. No matter the age of your child, the divorce will affect them in some way or another. There are some important things to keep in …

WHAT’S THE ONE THING EVERYONE NEEDS TO BE HAPPY? Divorce Law Blog Happiness Study 75-YEAR HARVARD STUDY FINDS THE ANSWER.

The Harvard Grant Study, followed 268 Harvard students for 75 years, collecting data on their lives. What is impressive is that the conclusions about happiness were the same for all participants. The answer to happiness seems simple, but it’s scientifically true: healthy relationships are the key to a happy and fulfilling life. The study’s most important finding is that the …

Adultery In Divorce Cases

Marriages end in divorce for a myriad of reasons. Unfortunately, the decision to separate is not always mutual, or easy to deal with. One of the hardest types of divorce is one where cheating is involved, because a solid marriage is built on trust, and once that’s broken, it’s hard to repair it. Though most high-profile divorces cite “irreconcilable differences” …

Beware of Inaccurate Financial Affidavits in Family Law Cases

Pursuant to Florida Family Rule 12.285, parties in any case where child support is an issue are required to file financial affidavits. The affidavit lists a party’s gross monthly income and net monthly income. Although a party may not knowingly under report income, there are many items that constitute income, under Florida law (Section 61.30(2)), and may not appear on …

The Delicate Truth: Children and Divorce

At Scott Levine Family Law, we concentrate in family related issues. As we all know, divorce is a very difficult time for everyone involved, and this is especially true if children fall into this equation. No matter the age of your child, the divorce will affect them in some way or another. There are some important things to keep in …

Adultery Resulting In Divorce

Marriages end in divorce for a myriad of reasons. Unfortunately, the decision to separate is not always mutual, or easy to deal with. One of the hardest types of divorce is one where cheating is involved, because a solid marriage is built on trust, and once that’s broken, it’s hard to repair it. Though most high-profile divorces cite “irreconcilable differences” …