Currently, both of our offices are fully operational, although we have curtailed many activities and implemented enhanced social distancing measures. We are still mediating and handling court appearances electronically as well. We continue to monitor updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as Governor Ron DeSantis, the Florida Department of Health, and local health departments. In the event local, state or federal mandates us to temporarily close any of our offices, our team members have remote work capabilities with access to our documents and systems in a secure environment. As trusted advisors and allies, we are committed to providing the highest level of service, especially during challenging and unpredictable times. Click Here
Florida has the 3rd highest divorce rate in the country which has contributed to its 2017 ranking in the top “most stressful states” to live in a new study by Wallethub. Using data from 33 metrics that included average hours worked per week, the crime rate per capita, percentage of the population living below the poverty line and divorce rate, Florida sadly came in as the 13th-most stressed state. Among the least stressed states were Minnesota, North Dakota, Iowa South Dakota, and Utah. But this begs the question, are we stressed because we are divorcing or are we divorcing because we are stressed?