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Saturday,
February 23, 2019.
posted in Divorce

The Perks Of Divorce

If you asked any divorced couple if they knew that they would get divorced, almost all of them would tell you no. Couples don’t decide to get married thinking that they will get divorced. Spending all that money on a party and showing everyone your promise to commitment isn’t something people take lightly. Even if...

Friday,
February 22, 2019.
posted in Divorce

What Are Grounds for Divorce in Florida?

If you’re looking to untie the knot in Florida, you don’t really have a lot of explaining to do (to the courts, anyway), since Florida is a no-fault divorce state, or as Florida law describes divorce—dissolution of marriage. In the Florida courts, would-be divorcees need only cite one of two reasons for a divorce: (1)...

Saturday,
February 16, 2019.
posted in Child Support

Florida to Randy New York Rabbi: Pay $5K Child Support Monthly

While many absent parents want nothing more than to help provide for the children they bring into this world, deadbeats parents abound. Some parents are all too willing to forget their obligations to their children when they no longer have a romantic interest in the mother or father—and simply walk away from the situation, seemingly...

Friday,
February 15, 2019.
posted in Divorce

Are Couples Who Divorce Happier?

When you are unhappy with your marriage it is really hard not to think about pushing the “over it” button. So the question is posed to people who are unhappy with their marriages and who went through with the divorce, are you happier now that you are divorced? The answers were mixed. Some were happier...

Saturday,
February 09, 2019.
posted in Child Support

3 Myths About Child Support

There have been too many stories about how one spouse refuses to pay child support or is unable to pay child support. For those who have never been through child support may think that child support is an evil way to punish the parents who got divorced, that child support is assigned regardless of how...

Friday,
February 08, 2019.
posted in Child Custody

Do Men Get Punished When It Comes To Custody?

We have all heard it – women are going to get custody of the child most of the time. But is that true, and if it is, why is that the case? Going through divorce or separation is not easy on anyone, especially when there are younger children involved. The process can become complicated and...

Saturday,
February 02, 2019.
posted in Divorce

Why Is Divorce Rate Rising For Older Americans?

We know that nobody gets into a marriage thinking they will get divorce. Unfortunately, we know that anywhere from 40 to 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce. However, we are not learning that the divorce rate is rising among one group you might now expect – older Americans. What is dubbed “gray divorce,”...

Friday,
February 01, 2019.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

Getting Permanent Alimony in Florida: Long-Term vs. Short-Term Marriage in Determining the Duration of Spousal Support

As you may or may not know, alimony – which is also commonly referred to as spousal support – can vary in duration, amount, and type. Many of you might think that permanent spousal support is something only a small percentage of spouses can get. In reality, however, getting permanent alimony in Florida is not...

Saturday,
January 26, 2019.
posted in Child Support

What Role Does Your Spouse’s Income Play in Calculating Child Support in Florida?

“When calculating child support, what role does my spouse’s income play in determining the amount of child support?” This is the question our Fort Lauderdale child support attorney gets to answer more often than you would expect. In fact, this question comes from both the spouse on the receiving end and the paying end. Let’s...

Friday,
January 25, 2019.
posted in Divorce

5 Common Issues with Divorce

When you and your spouse decide that this is the end of the marriage, there are a few important factors to consider. For example, if you have children then you are going to need to consider custody. However, there are other complicated matters that easily turn a reasonable a divorce to a devastating one. We...

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