Divorce and Changing Costs

January 3rd, 2017

If you’re facing divorce, you know that cost is always a factor, even for the most financially stable. Costs of divorce—in Florida, too—fluctuate regularly, and are never the same for any person. There are many factors that go into divorce, … Continue reading

A New Year Divorce

December 27th, 2016

The decision to divorce can come at any time, including the holidays. Even though Christmas and the end-of-year season brings joy to many, for some, the stress that often comes with it spurs them into making that difficult decision. That … Continue reading

Divorce To-Do List

December 19th, 2016

If you have made the decision do divorce, you are likely searching for instructions on what steps to take. Of course, hiring an attorney is probably a primary item on your list, but first, you want to make sure you … Continue reading

The Collaborative Divorce

December 13th, 2016

Divorce is often stressful. As a result, many people are working to make as certain as possible that, if faced with divorce, they can get through the process amicably. Collaborative divorce is a less confrontational way to approach divorce. It … Continue reading

Holiday Timesharing and Divorce

December 9th, 2016

In general, the holidays are an emotional time for many people. When coupled with the strains of divorce, they can be even more so, and more difficult. Preparing a holiday timesharing calendar means considering who will spend time with the … Continue reading

Calculating Child Support

November 29th, 2016

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

No Fault in Florida Divorce

November 15th, 2016

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

Divorce and an Out-of-State Spouse

November 8th, 2016

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

To Appeal a Divorce

November 1st, 2016

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

Reasons for Hiring a Lawyer

October 25th, 2016

The law is rarely ever simple or clear; that is why lawyers exist. So, even if you feel as though your divorce should be rather simple, it could be problematic to assume that you don’t need a lawyer to help … Continue reading