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

Things to Do Post-Divorce

June 27th, 2017

When a divorce is over, most people are ready to move on. In fact, they may want to put everything behind them and never think on it again. Unfortunately, that is not always possible. There are some details of divorce … Continue reading

A Mediated Divorce for the Children

June 20th, 2017

Even when a couple determines that divorce is the best thing for the family, parents still worry over how it will affect the children. Children can be very resilient, but still feel the pain that divorce may cause. Mediation can alleviate … Continue reading

A Child’s Opinion in Divorce

June 13th, 2017

Divorce means a major change for children. As difficult as divorce can be for spouses, it can sometimes be more so for children. It means potentially splitting time between parents, whether equally, or whether they live with one parent and … Continue reading

The Irretrievably-Broken Marriage

June 8th, 2017

In order to be granted a divorce in Florida, you must be able to prove that one spouse has been mentally incapacitated for a period of time, or that the marriage is irretrievably broken. Florida is also a no-fault divorce … Continue reading

What Some Divorce Lawyers May Not Tell You

June 1st, 2017

Divorce attorneys are like anyone else; they’re human beings who need to make a living and who work to make that happen. Generally, they do their best and are concerned with what’s best for their clients. However, there are some … Continue reading

Retirement and Savings After Divorce

May 29th, 2017

Divorce can be a financial burden. Divided assets, alimony, and attorney fees often take a severe toll on savings and, in some cases, affect retirement. For some, the experience is no more than emotionally and financially draining. For others, it … Continue reading