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  • 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

  • New Tax Rules Could Affect Alimony

    New Tax Rules Could Affect Alimony

    Tax laws are always changing. Some offer tax cuts that help Americans, while others aim to increase taxes further. A new tax law that will take effect on January 1 will affect those who are divorcing in 2019 and beyond. It will help those who receive alimony, but cause a tax burden for those who

  • Why are Millennials Embracing Prenuptial Agreements?

    Why are Millennials Embracing Prenuptial Agreements?

    In the past, prenuptial agreements were not commonly used. In fact, they were considered taboo by many. Marriage is about love and romance, after all. How could anyone turn such a major event into a business proposition? Many couples forget that marriage is a legal entity. It does require a license, after all, and when

  • Reinventing Yourself After a Divorce

    Reinventing Yourself After a Divorce

    You have probably heard the stories about people feeling depressed and angry after a divorce. It happens often. A divorce is a stressful and expensive process. It takes a lot out of a person physically and mentally. The process is exhausting and it can take a toll on a person, even a person who can

  • Managing Finances After a Divorce

    Managing Finances After a Divorce

    There is no doubt that a divorce can be one of the most stressful events in a person’s life. Going from married to single is a huge life change—not just emotionally, but financially as well. A family becomes two, which means two separate households. If the household while the couple was married was a one-income

  • Should You Save Your Marriage or File for Divorce?

    Should You Save Your Marriage or File for Divorce?

    Marriage is not a fairy tale. If you have decided to say “I do,” chances are you and your spouse are going to have disagreements at some point. Being married to someone with the intention of living together for the rest of your life is not an easy task. You may have different goals. People

  • Pensions and Divorce

    Pensions and Divorce

    Divorce can be a complex process. Often, the law can be confusing when it comes to divorce, especially concerning division of assets. In fact, determining just how to divide assets is often one of the most contentious parts of the divorce process. One common subject that often plays an important role in asset division is

  • Guardians ad Litem and Divorce

    Guardians ad Litem and Divorce

    Few aspects of the divorce process are usually considered pleasant. It is understandably a stressful journey, and an experienced Florida divorce lawyer understands how difficult divorce can be for everyone affected by it. One of the most contentious issues in divorce that involves children is often custody, also referred to in Florida as time-sharing –

  • Tips for Avoiding a Contested Divorce

    Tips for Avoiding a Contested Divorce

    It is no secret that divorce is an unpleasant process. In fact, it is consistently ranked as one of life’s most stressful experiences. While there really is not a way to remove all of the stress and challenges from the divorce process, there are steps that you can take that may make the process a