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Reformers Seek Changes To Florida Alimony Laws

If a group of lawmakers has their say, a new bill could be passed through the Florida state legislature that would change the parameters of alimony payments tremendously.

Mom Seeks Custody After Husband Remarries Murderous Ex

In a strange divorce law case, a woman is seeking sole custody of her children after she learned her former husband had remarried his ex-wife.

The Advantages of Collaborative Divorce

Looking for a way to get through the difficult process of divorce without costly, timely, and bitter courtroom battles? If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse have disagreements about various issues, ...

Florida Parenting Plans and Child Custody Arrangements

In 2008, changes were made to the Florida laws governing child custody and visitation in divorce cases. These changes did away with such concepts as “visitation,” and “primary” or “secondary” when it ...

Facts About Domestic Violence

Many domestic violence cases go unreported each year mostly due to the victim's fear of being further harmed or the potential for harm being unleashed on another family member.

Common Myths Surrounding Military Divorce

Military divorces are often messy, complicated things. There is hardly ever a way to get through them easily or without some sort of financial or emotional strain on both parties involved.

Is Your Former Spouse Behind on Support Payments?

Sometimes a former spouse may fall into economic hardship and be unable to keep up spousal support (alimony) or child support. In other instances, an ex-husband or ex-wife may stop making payments ...

Does Your Child’s School Bus Policy Allow for Your Parenting Plan?

In general, it is preferable for divorced parents with joint custody to live in the same school zone of where their children attend school. This allows the children to have as stable a life as ...

Domestic Violence and Restraining Orders

Domestic violence is no stranger to families and divorce. Domestic violence has plagued families around the world for countless generations, regardless of race, religion or socio-economic class.

Child Relocation in Florida

On October 1, 2006, the state of Florida enacted a new Relocation Statute which restricted how far the custodial parent (now referred to as the majority time share parent) is allowed to move away from ...

Why Should I Hire a Divorce Attorney?

Getting married is a lot easier than getting a divorce. Once people have been married for a few years, they incur joint debt, purchase real estate together, amass wealth together and build families ...

Visitation Rights in Florida

The topic of visitation rights can be a touchy issue for some parents, especially in a heated divorce. In the state of Florida, visitation rights of minor children are now referred to as ...

Florida Takes 1st Spot on Divorce Rankings

An online news magazine The Daily Beast placed Panama City as the divorce capital of the nation in an article posted on October 20th, 2010.

Florida Supports Family Dispute Resolutions

In the state of Florida, if you have a dispute with another party, there are actions that you can take in order to resolve your differences without ever stepping foot inside a court room. The process ...

Florida Parenting Plans and Modifications

In the last few years, there have been sweeping changes to Florida’s child custody laws. Florida’s views on child custody and visitation have taken a progressive approach to the problems children of ...

Pursuing Grandparent’s Rights

Although a grandparent’s rights may not be clearly defined, that does not mean that a grandparent has no rights to visitation, or custody of their grandchild.

Facing Contested Divorce

If you are heading towards divorce, you probably already have a pretty good idea whether or not you are facing an uncontested divorce or a contested divorce.

Contested Divorce Issues

Are you involved in a contested divorce?

Understanding the Equitable Distribution of Assets

In divorce in Florida, "equitable distribution" determines how assets, property and debt will be divided between spouses.

Child Custody Cases

If you have a child involved with your divorce, child custody proceedings will be important to be prepared for.
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