Modifying Child Support After Divorce in Florida

January 14th, 2018

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

Making Divorce as Simple as Possible: Uncontested Divorce

January 6th, 2018

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

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

January 1st, 2018

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

Can You File for Divorce Online?

December 26th, 2017

In this age when it seems as though you can do anything online, more and more people, year after year, are asking: “Can you file for divorce online?” The too-simple answer is, yes, you can. However, it’s not necessarily a … Continue reading

Who Files for Divorce First?

December 21st, 2017

Separating from a spouse is hard. The process of divorce, which can be complicated, doesn’t really help. While there are some situations in which a divorce filing may come as a surprise for one spouse, most of the time, both … Continue reading

Deciding to Divorce in January

December 17th, 2017

When January arrives in the coming year, history suggests there will be a large number of couples thinking about divorce. Once the holidays are over, and no longer consuming people’s time and thoughts, those in unhappy marriages will remember that, … Continue reading

Divorce as a New Year’s Resolution

December 16th, 2017

When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, there are many that are so common they are almost clichés. Usually, people make resolutions that are pleasant and hopeful, and that give them a sense of purpose for the new year. This … Continue reading

Surviving Christmas After Divorce

December 6th, 2017

It is no secret that Christmas can be a lonely time for some. The holiday and season are advertised widely as a time to celebrate with family and friends. So, if you find yourself feeling lonely for some reason, such … Continue reading

Take a Break from Divorce During the Holidays

November 26th, 2017

If you are in the midst of divorce, you may have noticed that life goes on. In fact, it may feel frustrating, sometimes, to know that while you’re struggling with any feelings you may have about your divorce, the rest … Continue reading

When a Spouse Won’t Move Out During Divorce

November 19th, 2017

Knowing who should move out and when during a divorce is one of the most difficult decisions in a separation. Once you have decided to divorce, it can be very hard to continue living together, even for a short period. … Continue reading