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  • Remarriage After Divorce – How Will It Affect Me?

    Remarriage After Divorce – How Will It Affect Me?

    Remarriage After Divorce Many times after a divorce people move on to other relationships.  Some of these result in second (or third, or….) marriages.  Often people do not realize how a new marriage will affect the settlement achieved in the dissolution of their prior marriage. Things that need to be considered are alimony or spousal

  • Modification of Alimony In Forida

    Modification of Alimony In other articles we have talked about the criteria for alimony awards and the different types of alimony available under Florida law.  Now we will discuss how an alimony award can be modified – in which circumstances and the criteria that must be met. The Florida statutes dictate when a modification of

  • Alimony Criteria – Part 3

    Alimony Criteria – Part 3

    Alimony Criteria In the last few weeks we have been discussing various aspects of alimony in Florida.  We talked about the various types of alimony (temporary, bridge-the-gap, rehabilitative, durational, permanent and lump sum) and we began discussing the criteria for awarding alimony. The Florida statutes set out 10 criteria to consider in an award for

  • Modification of Child Support

    Modification of Child Support

    The obligation to pay child support is a fact of post-divorce life in Florida.  In a divorce proceeding, the courts will put an Order of Child Support in place to ensure the children are taken care of financially.  This obligation cannot be waived or contracted around, unlike other some other rights and obligations. Another fact

  • Florida Prenuptial Agreements – What’s Covered

    Florida Prenuptial Agreements – What’s Covered

    There was a time in the not too distant past (50’s, 60’s and 70’s) when the mention of a premarital or prenuptial agreement raised an eyebrow or two.  It conjured up visions of celebrity marriages, May- December romances and sugar daddies (not the candy!). In today’s world the view of premarital agreements has changed greatly. 

  • Gray Divorce – a Rising Trend

    Gray Divorce – a Rising Trend

    Over the last decade there has been an increase in the number of older, long-married couples seeking a divorce.  Twenty years ago about 1 in 10 couples over 50 would seek divorce.  Now that number has more than doubled; more than 1 in 4 couples over 50 are divorcing.  The New York Times has dubbed

  • Alimony Awards: What Are The Criteria?

    In our last post on alimony we listed the statutory criteria in Florida for determining whether alimony awards are appropriate. We continue this discussion. Keep in mind that whether alimony awards occur or not first and foremost depends on whether there is a need for support of one spouse and an ability to pay on

  • Getting Divorced: A “Simple” Thing?

    Getting Divorced: A “Simple” Thing?

    You and your spouse have decided that you no longer want to be married. You think that getting divorced will be simple, because you pretty much already agree on everything. While that agreement certainly helps smooth the process, it may not be as simple as you may think. Many people think – often mistakenly –

  • Alimony in Florida

    Alimony in Florida

    Alimony is the payment of money from one divorcing spouse to another, made after the separation or divorce.  The concept of alimony has been around at least since the time of the ancient Babylonians, so it is nothing new.  The purpose of alimony is for support and maintenance of a former (or soon-to-be former) spouse. 

  • Best Interest of the Child Part 3

    In our two prior installments on this topic (Part 1 and Part 2), we have been looking at what the Florida courts consider when determining the “best interest of the child.”  While most states use this standard, Florida has very specific criteria to determine time-sharing based on the best interest of the child.  These criteria