Remaining Close with a Spouse After Divorce

August 11th, 2018

Most people view divorce as a terrible thing, full of anger, resentment, fighting, and animosity that lingers long after it’s over. While that may be true in some cases, it’s not always so. In fact, some people get divorced because … Continue reading

What Happens if You Don’t Pay Child Support

August 1st, 2018

There are many potential reasons a person may not pay child support; not all of them are results of resistance or refusal. Life has a way of changing in ways you cannot anticipate, and that could mean financial hardship that … Continue reading

Understanding a Military Divorce

July 25th, 2018

Military marriages are no less susceptible to divorce than civilian marriages. However, the processes of getting divorced can sometimes differ. Though some things are similar, when it comes to military divorce, you don’t want to navigate it alone. You need … Continue reading

Basic Tips for Fair Division of Property

July 19th, 2018

  If you’re getting a divorce almost anything that could help make things more equitable would be welcome. That’s why collaborative divorces are highly recommended; it’s much easier to do things like divide property fairly when you work together, even … Continue reading

When Only One Spouse Wants a Divorce

July 11th, 2018

Deciding to end a marriage is not always a mutual decision. Just because one person believes the marriage is irretrievably broken doesn’t mean that the other spouse will agree, or will be ready to let go. If this happens, it … Continue reading

Can the Marriage be Saved?

July 5th, 2018

Most people facing the prospect of divorce ask themselves, “Did I really try?” They wonder if there is something more that can be done to save the marriage. The answer is never easy or simple. For some, yes, it’s possible. … Continue reading

The Benefits of Sharing Custody of the Children

June 28th, 2018

Parenting is never easy or simple. If divorce enters the picture, it often becomes even more difficult. Whether physical custody is shared or not, sharing time with the children and responsibilities can be the best thing for everyone, particularly the … Continue reading

If Your Ex-Spouse Refuses to Follow the Parenting Plan

June 26th, 2018

Once you have divorced in Florida and the court has made it final, there will be court orders that you and your spouse will have to follow. If you have children, those orders may include a parenting plan. If you’re … Continue reading

Divorce When You Own a Business

June 18th, 2018

Divorce raises a lot of questions and concerns for people. You may find yourself worrying over all the things in your life that you value. If you own a business, that value could be monetary, as well as sentimental. If … Continue reading

Forensic Accounting Could Help You During Divorce

June 11th, 2018

Managing the financial aspects of divorce is one of the more difficult and tedious details. Of the many problems that come up during the divorce, financial ones are some of the most common. They are also some of the most … Continue reading