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Friday,
August 03, 2018.
posted in Child Support

Don’t Let Child Support Overwhelm You

We’ve all heard the nightmares about child support. How many times have you heard the following: “One parent doesn’t pay, or maybe they don’t pay enough.” “It is impossible to recover money if the other parent doesn’t pay.” “You really don’t have to pay if you don’t want to.” “If you were a woman, you...

Saturday,
July 28, 2018.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

Stay Protected with Insurance Paid for by Alimony

You might not think of it while in the throws of divorce but you will likely lose most of your insurance coverage once the divorce agreement is finalized and approved by the court. If you are named on all of the insurance policies in your marriage with your spouse you will need to secure your...

Friday,
July 27, 2018.
posted in Divorce

How to Protect Your Business from Divorce Proceedings

Do you own a business that you’ve spent years building in Florida? You need to protect this business, no matter its size, from divorce proceedings. There are steps you need to take to protect your business so that your spouse does not wind up as one of your business partners once the divorce goes final....

Saturday,
July 21, 2018.
posted in Divorce

How to Gracefully Tell Your Children About Your Divorce

The conversation about divorce is never easy no matter who you are talking with at the time. It becomes an even more difficult conversation when you have to talk to your children about divorce. No matter how much you prepare for this conversation you never know how it will turn out since children ask a...

Friday,
July 20, 2018.
posted in Child Support

Child Support and Securing Your Child’s Education

When you are awarded child support payments in Florida you more than likely want to know how the payments can be used. As discussed previously, they can be used for just about anything you deem necessary. They aren’t usually earmarked for anything in particular, which leaves you the freedom to do with them as you...

Saturday,
July 14, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

5 Ways to Make Shared Custody a Roaring Success

The topic of child custody is never an easy one, even if you have a good relationship with the other parent of your children. If the relationship is good enough where shared custody can be arranged you are one of the lucky few out there to enjoy such an agreement. Even if shared custody is...

Friday,
July 13, 2018.
posted in Property Division

Don’t Forget About These 8 Assets In Divorce Property Division

We get it. Getting divorced and dividing property and assets can be very overwhelming. But it is 2018, and property division in divorces is not the same as it used to be. You can do much better than dividing up such standard assets as homes, cars, bank accounts, and investments. There are many assets many...

Saturday,
July 07, 2018.
posted in Divorce

How Long Do Marriages In Florida Last? The Age When Couples Are More Likely To Get Divorced

As U.S. rate of divorce continues to frustrate married couples and spouses-to-be, is there actually a specific time when a marriage is more likely to fall apart? Well, there is. In 2018, about 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the U.S. get divorced. But when are Florida couples more likely to go separate...

Friday,
July 06, 2018.
posted in Child Support

What Can I Use for Child Support Payments in Florida?

If you’ve recently had a child custody agreement approved by the family courts in Florida you likely are wondering about child support payments. What can they be used for? How long will I receive the payments? Do they only have to be used in support of my children? These are all valid questions and ones...

Saturday,
June 30, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

Virtual Visitation for Non-Custodial Parents in Florida

Going through a child custody battle with the other parent of your child is stressful and emotional. You never know what the court will decide, but if you are not awarded custody you will likely be looking for different ways to spend time with your children. One option that has become popular of late in...

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