Can Illness Lead to Divorce?

April 21st, 2015

When couples exchange their wedding vows, one of the things they typically promise to do is to love and care for each other “in sickness and in health.” The notion that two people will be there for one another in … Continue reading

3 Important Steps for Protecting Your Marriage

April 7th, 2015

Because this blog is devoted to Florida divorce law, we tend to only focus on the divorce process, the laws surrounding it, the fallout from divorce, and so on. But today, let’s change the conversation to something a bit more … Continue reading

The Average Cost of Getting a Divorce

March 17th, 2015

If you’re going through a divorce, one of the first things you’ll likely want to do is to hire a lawyer. Before you hire a divorce lawyer, it’s important that you educate yourself so that you know what exactly you’re … Continue reading

Staying Focused is Important during Your Divorce

February 26th, 2015

Going through a divorce is one of the most emotionally draining things you can do. Even if you and your spouse are able to work together to achieve an uncontested divorce, it will still take its toll on your emotions, … Continue reading

Is Counseling Helpful through the Divorce Process?

February 11th, 2015

When you heard the word “counseling,” you might think it’s only for couples who are committed to saving the marriage. However, even if you’ve already decided to get a divorce, going to counseling with your spouse could be helpful, especially … Continue reading

Uncontested Divorce in Florida Offers Fast Path to Resolution

January 22nd, 2015

We have all heard horror stories about divorces that drag on for months and years on end with animosity and hatred festering among both parties. The good news is that divorce doesn’t have to be a never-ending nightmare. Divorce doesn’t … Continue reading

The 3 Legal Requirements for Getting a Florida Divorce

January 12th, 2015

In Florida, the divorce process is fairly simple and straightforward. There are really only 3 main legal requirements for divorce: Legal residency must be established — In the state of Florida, the person filing for the divorce must have been a … Continue reading

Adjusting to Your New Financial Life after Divorce

January 9th, 2015

While the emotional impact of divorce can’t be overstated, you can’t afford to ignore the vast financial consequences that will come with ending your marriage. The simple reality is that your financial position is going to change significantly as you … Continue reading

What’s the Most Popular Month for Divorce?

January 8th, 2015

January is a time for making New Year’s resolutions. It’s also a time for divorce. According to one recent study, divorce filings across the United States jump by about 33% in January compared to the average month. The month is … Continue reading

Avoiding Financial Ruin When Divorcing Over 50

December 20th, 2014

At any age, a divorce can have a major financial impact on your life, but the financial consequences of ending your marriage are especially stiff as you near retirement age. When you divorce over 50, a divorce can ruin your … Continue reading