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How Your Income and Other Personal Characteristics Can Determine Your Likelihood of Divorce

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

When you get married, you vow to spend the rest of your life with your partner, for better or for worse. Nearly all couples taking these vows truly believe that they will uphold them and have every intention of remaining together for the rest of their lives. But current divorce statistics say otherwise. You… Read More »

How is a Collaborative Divorce Different from Divorcing through Mediation?

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

If you are considering a divorce, you probably know that there are a few ways to complete the process. You can complete your divorce through litigation, which means bringing your case to the courtroom to have it decided by a judge. You can also complete it through one of two methods of alternative dispute… Read More »

Social Media and your Divorce

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

Social media plays a pivotal role in most of our lives. It is where we find out about friends’ and loved ones’ engagements, promotions, new babies, and other milestone events. It is also where many of us seek comfort from friends in our times of need. Although you are probably feeling difficult emotions like… Read More »

Choosing your Child’s Religion: What to Do When you and your Former Partner Disagree

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

Religion and its role in a child’s life can be a controversial topic. On the one hand, a parent wants to raise his or her child to make their own decisions about the “big” topics like God, death, and our moral duties as human beings. On the other, religion often provides the framework in… Read More »

Is Your Divorce a High Asset Divorce?

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

Wealth can be a relative feeling. You might feel like you are working yourself to the bone to bring home a comfortable salary, but still have a hard time making all your payments each month. Conversely, you might find yourself making a comparatively smaller salary than others in your community, but able to afford… Read More »

Is a Collaborative Law Divorce Right for You? Ask yourself the Following Questions to Find Out

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

Every divorce is unique. While one couple divorces because of infidelity, another divorces because they simply cannot agree about how to run their small business. A couple might have few assets and no children while another might have children, multiple real estate properties, significant assets, and a severely strained relationship. This latter couple’s divorce… Read More »

Are You a Victim of Domestic Violence? Get Help Today

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

In 2010, more than 113,000 cases of domestic violence were reported to Florida law enforcement. These reports resulted in more than 67,000 arrests and thousands more evenings spent in domestic violence shelters by victims. You might think that domestic violence is only an issue for individuals of a certain race, social background, or education… Read More »

I’ve Been Asked to Undergo a Psychological Evaluation. What Can I Expect?

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

During the divorce process, one of the most important issues to determine is the couple’s child custody or visitation agreement. A child needs to have a relationship with both of his or her parents unless there is an outstanding reason why it would be harmful to the child’s well-being, such as one parent’s criminal… Read More »

The Fallout From The Ashley Madison Hack

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

Each morning when we can, my wife and I watch the Today Show, together. We usually record it and shrink the viewing time to about 25 minutes by skipping all the commercials and teasers. Today had already planned a series this week on Marriage, and by a look at the news recently, their timing could not… Read More »

Continuing Child Support Past Age 18 for Young Adults with Special Needs

By Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. |

For most young adults, child support ends when they reach the age of 18. Adolescents who are still attending high school at this age may continue to receive child support until their nineteenth birthday under Florida law. Once a child becomes an adult, he or she is expected to find work and support him… Read More »

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