What Is An Uncontested Divorce?
Why More People in Palm Beach County are choosing uncontested divorce The term “uncontested divorce” in Palm Beach County describes a solution to divorce matters that involves zero litigation. This process encourages amicable and reasonable negotiations before anything is filed with the court. If you are considering divorce, it behooves you to ask, What is…
How to Succeed in Divorce Mediation
Most people going through divorce don’t want to go to court. You don’t want to fight. You don’t know what a reasonable divorce settlement looks like based on the specific finances and facts of your marriage. Mediation is the best alternative to court and unnecessary litigation. The goal is clear. Let’s work to draft a…
Divorce Continues in Palm Beach County – Via Zoom
Don’t let your process get hung up by lawyers who want to delay your divorce! Virtual divorce works in Palm Beach County. The novel coronavirus has changed how we help clients navigate and resolve their divorce cases in Palm Beach County. Virtual court hearings and virtual mediation conferences are the new normal. The Judges, Clerk…
Divorce FAQ #1 – What Happens If I Move Out Of The House?
We’re often asked: Who stays in the marital home during a divorce in Florida? Here’s some professional advice from attorney Chad Layton.
Collaborative Divorce: Good or Easy Advice – you can only pick one.
It’s inevitable: Once you tell your friends and family you have started your divorce, everyone will want to give you advice. Don’t listen.
How Do I Figure Out Alimony and Child Support
The Covid-19 pandemic upended so many different parts of our lives, including the ability to enforce alimony and child support payments. Here’s how.
How to Handle Your Estate Plan, Last Will, and Other Important Matters Following a Divorce
How are estates, trusts, and wills altered after a divorce? While every situation is different, the need to amend is clear. Chad Layton explains why.
The Divorce is Over, Now What?
Your divorce is now final. What’s next for the small business owner? For the retiree? For the big family that now has to split their time?
How to Slow Down and Listen During The Hectic Divorce Process
We’re all busy people. That’s why it’s so important to listen intently during my consultations with clients about their divorce. Here’s why.