Month: January 2014

Film places emphasis on the need to reform Florida alimony laws

Anyone who is going through a divorce has likely heard the term alimony. For people in Florida, the chance to learn about alimony recently came through a movie entitled "Divorce Corp." that played in some cinemas.The movie highlights some of the things that are hidden...

Florida congressman files for divorce following $18 million loss

Making the decision to get a divorce isn't something that any couple makes lightly. For some people, the decision becomes necessary when they grow apart from each other because of social or financial decisions. When these differences become so great that the couple...

Myths of who actually gets child support

A report by the Congressional Research Service may be reputable, but it is not one that gets widely published. Nonetheless, a recent CRS document surfaced on child support and parties involved that could raise a few eyebrows. Some interesting data that presented...

Joint bank accounts after divorce can be tricky

Florida residents that are thinking about or currently experiencing their own divorce may be interested to learn of a recent article concerning some of the possible tax implications of divorce. According to its author, continuing to mix finances even after separation...

Young boys returned to their fathers after 18 months abroad

Florida residents may be interested to learn that an international search for two California boys who were the subjects of custody disputes has finally ended. Their mother, a permanent legal resident of the U.S. but who is currently in France, could face felony...