Monthly Archives: January 2018

Ways to Bring Up a Prenup

With the rise in divorce rates, or soon after, came a rise in prenuptial agreements. They are a form of protection; they help people make sure that, if something should go wrong in the marriage, they will be protected by … Continue reading

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Handling Marital Separation

Repairing a marriage can be difficult, and for some, it turns out to be impossible. Admitting that you cannot repair it isn’t easy, either. Once you do, however, you then have to make decisions on how to proceed. Once decision … Continue reading

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Does Standard of Living Affect Alimony?

In Florida, the purpose of alimony is to make sure that a spouse who formerly depended upon another for basic necessities continues to receive that support as long as is necessary. When spouses negotiate that support, or when a judge … Continue reading

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Modifying Child Support After Divorce in Florida

When you get divorced and you have children, you probably either negotiated child support, or a judge determined the appropriate amount. That child support was based upon a number of factors, including your income and the needs of your children. … Continue reading

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Making Divorce as Simple as Possible: Uncontested Divorce

You have heard horror stories about divorce. If you haven’t had firsthand experience with the process, it might terrify you. The truth is that divorce is rarely easy, but the difficulties vary couple-by-couple. It can be emotionally and psychologically stressful, … Continue reading

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Military Divorce in Florida: Getting Divorce While Stationed in the State

While there are facets of a military divorce in Florida that are similar to a standard divorce, certain details differ. For example, in Florida, the court states that one or both spouses must have lived in the state for at … Continue reading

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