Link to Original Article in the Boca Observer Family law attorney Laura S. Blackman is a caring listener, a creative thinker and an effective problem solver helping clients navigate the challenging divorce process as smoothly as possible. “I care about my clients and understand their fears about their future,” says Blackman, who has more than 20 years of experience in marital and family law,
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Are you or someone you know in a relationship or marriage which is just not healthy anymore for you or your family? Are you curious as to what your rights are and what the law is in Florida regarding divorce? What are negotiable issues and what are the non-negotiable issues when determining to stay in a broken or unhealthy relationship or marriage?
Are you are contemplating divorce but worried about spending all of your marital assets on attorneys fees? Are you fearful of your financial future? Are you sad at the loss of your family unit and fear destroying your family in the process of a publicly litigated divorce?
Are you or someone you know recently single and catapulted into the dating world again? Are you separated from your spouse and contemplating divorce and confused as to how to get back into the single world?
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