Monthly Archives: November 2016

Calculating Child Support

For divorcing couples with children, custody and alimony are generally the most important elements of separation proceedings. It is also not always a simple thing. Child support decisions in Florida call for a formula that considers the children—how many there … Continue reading

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No Fault in Florida Divorce

In divorce, “no fault” means that a person may file for divorce without offering any specific reason. If you simply do not want to be married, all you have to do is claim that the marriage cannot be fixed for … Continue reading

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Divorce and an Out-of-State Spouse

When marriages are over, it is not uncommon for spouses to move away from one another. If one happens to move out of the state of Florida, there may be some regulations with which you have to deal. Residency affects … Continue reading

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To Appeal a Divorce

Just because papers have been filed and a judge held a hearing, and then made a decision, that does not necessarily mean everything is over. If there are still matters to be settled, or you are not satisfied with the … Continue reading

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