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

Family Law and the Guardian Ad Litem

May 19th, 2017

During family legal proceedings, be they for divorce or some other issue, the judge is entitled to make a decision regarding the children involved. If he or she feels it’s necessary, a Guardian ad Litem may be appointed. This decision … Continue reading

Before Filing for Divorce

May 12th, 2017

Sometimes, whether or not you should get a divorce is straightforward and you have a good, general idea of what you need to do. At other times, it is far less simple. Perhaps your living, or financial situation is complex. … Continue reading

Finding an Attorney When You Can’t Afford Divorce

May 2nd, 2017

We know that, if you’re accused of a criminal act, you’re entitled to representation, even if you can’t afford it. However, what happens if you need a divorce attorney and you can’t afford one? Your life might not be on … Continue reading

Military Benefits and Divorce

April 28th, 2017

Military divorce is, in many ways, like a standard divorce; it’s handled by the state’s court system, and its regulations for custody and financials. However, military divorce does differ in a few areas. Military marriages include benefits that aren’t in … Continue reading

Divorce and What Not to Do

April 19th, 2017

Divorce is generally complex and stressful. It is understandable that some people are affected by it negatively and make mistakes that only make the process worse. All you can do is try your best to get through the process smoothly … Continue reading

The Divorce Continuance

April 13th, 2017

It is normal for divorcing spouses to want a quick end to the process. It is stressful, often painful, and most people want to finish it and move on. However, sometimes that simply isn’t possible. In fact, you might find … Continue reading

Changing Child Time-Sharing Arrangements

April 4th, 2017

Child custody arrangements are sometimes a necessity; some divorcing couples need the help with time-sharing. Though they have some permanence to them, children’s needs change. As they grow, their entire lives adjust with new school events, friends, and schedules. Parents’ … Continue reading