When to Divorce in Florida

September 18th, 2017

When people marry and move for a new start, they do not generally consider what the state holds for them should they divorce. It’s not something anyone wants to consider. Unfortunately, it happens for some, and your residency could affect … Continue reading

Should You Keep the House in a Divorce?

September 7th, 2017

If you own property, you may be aware of the problem it can pose during a divorce. Should, or should you not keep the house? That house represents a significant investment that you made during your marriage, and deciding what … Continue reading

Managing Your Finances After Divorce

September 5th, 2017

Of the many struggles during and after divorce, managing finances can be one of the most trying. The divorce itself may cost you more than you planned and leave you with little, or in debt. However, as troubling as these … Continue reading

How Not to Speak to Your Spouse About Divorce

August 17th, 2017

Sometimes, there is little a person can do to make divorce easier. However, it is well-worth trying what you are able to keep the process as smooth as possible. Of course, the first step is deciding to divorce and informing … Continue reading

Should You Contest Your Divorce?

August 9th, 2017

So, you have been served with divorce papers. Now, you’re wondering what you should do next. The first, primary decision you will have to make is whether or not you want to contest the divorce. If the divorce comes as … Continue reading

Preparing to be a Single Parent

August 4th, 2017

Among the difficult realities of divorce in Florida, or any other state, is the potential of becoming a single parent. Some spouses are able to co-parent post-divorce, thus alleviating that feeling of being a single parent. However, once two people … Continue reading

Visitation and Difficult Divorces

July 27th, 2017

When a divorce is difficult and leaves spouses with negative feelings toward one another, things like visitation can feel incredibly stressful. This can also negatively affect relationships with the children, who can often sense the tension, even when parents try … Continue reading

Determining Fair Alimony Payments

July 19th, 2017

  Alimony is one of the more dreaded parts of divorce. Yet, for some divorces, it is necessary to keep things equitable between spouses. When determining alimony payments, courts in Florida must decide what is most fair—which spouse needs the … Continue reading

Be Wary of Social Media During Divorce

July 13th, 2017

Social Media has become a common part of daily life for many people. It can be a positive thing; it allows people to stay connected to family, friends, and the rest of the world. They share almost anything, including rather … Continue reading

What a Divorce Lawyer Can Do for You

July 4th, 2017

Every year, divorcing couples struggle to decide on the best course for their separation. Many of them search for the fastest, cheapest method because time and money are limited for the average working person, and divorces cost both. While, in … Continue reading