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  • How Social Media is Impacting Divorce

    How Social Media is Impacting Divorce

    Social media has been known for breaking up marriages. It has also been known for negatively impacting divorces. Millions of American use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram on a daily basis. Most post freely, not realizing the impact that each post has on their personal life. Many people post frequently about everything and this can come

  • Same-Sex Divorce in Florida

    Same-Sex Divorce in Florida

    It used to be that marriage and divorce were reserved for heterosexual couples. Same-sex couples were not allowed to be married. That all changed on June 26, 2015. The United States Supreme Court decided that, under the 14th Amendment, same-sex couples had the constitutional right to marry. This meant that couples could legally marry in

  • How Divorce Affects Kids

    How Divorce Affects Kids

    Making the decision to divorce can be tough, especially if children are involved. After all, a divorce will affect them, as well—maybe even more than you. They will have to split their time between two households. They will likely feel angry and confused. Should they still love their mother or father even though mom and

  • Financial Impact of Gray Divorce

    Financial Impact of Gray Divorce

    Many couples truly only stay together for the children, as witnessed by the sudden uptick in divorce after the age of 50. These gray divorces are happening more often as couples decide they no longer want to stay married forever. People are living longer nowadays, and living and dying miserable is no longer an attractive

  • Gray Divorce: Should You be Concerned?

    Gray Divorce: Should You be Concerned?

    Divorce rates are declining overall, which is good news for those who are married. The bad news? Divorce rates are actually rising for those over 50. In the past, divorces tend to happen more with couples in their 20s and 30s, but that is no longer the case. Dubbed “gray divorces,” more and more people

  • What to Discuss With Your Divorce Lawyer

    What to Discuss With Your Divorce Lawyer

    If you have never been divorced before, it can be a scary and stressful undertaking. What will happen next? Will you get custody of the kids? Who will pay child support? Will you get to stay in the marital home? Going from married life to single life is a lot more complicated than it seems.

  • The Top Causes of Divorce

    The Top Causes of Divorce

    Most of us are well aware that nearly half of all marriages end in divorce. In the United States, there are more than 800,000 divorces every year. Contrary to popular belief, marriage is not a fairytale. Happily ever after does not exist unless both parties commit to hard work. Why do marriages break down? There

  • Alimony in Florida: What to Expect in a Divorce

    Alimony in Florida: What to Expect in a Divorce

    After a divorce, many people are forced to continue financially supporting their now ex-spouse through alimony. Alimony allows divorced spouses to continue with the standard of living they enjoyed while they were married. If one person earns significantly more than the other, the court could order that person to pay one of the various types

  • How to Modify a Child Support Order

    How to Modify a Child Support Order

    You probably hear about “deadbeat” parents all the time. These mothers and fathers avoid paying child support and end up owing tens of thousands of dollars in back pay. Sometimes these parents are put in jail. Others lose their driver’s licenses and professional licenses. Some get their wages garnished. While many of these parents intentionally

  • Settling Your Divorce Outside of the Courtroom

    Settling Your Divorce Outside of the Courtroom

    If you have never been through a divorce, your only experience may be what you see on TV. TV shows and movies often dramatize divorce as a process in which both parties are yelling and screaming at each other in a courtroom. While this situation does sometimes happen in contentious divorces, not all marriages have