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September 2014 Archives

Equitable property division isn't all about being equal

Divorce and property division go hand in hand. Knowing your rights when it comes to getting assets and debts divided can help you as you go through the process. Getting the settlement you need from the get-go is vital because once the settlement is finalized, it cannot be altered.

How is income determined in Florida child support cases?

Parents who are going through a divorce often have to hash out issues of child support. For the receiving parent, this monetary assistance is meant to help with the expenses associated with rearing the child. As you go through the process of child support determination, you might have some questions about how child support works in Florida. While the answer isn't always simple, there are some basic guidelines to get you off to a good start.

Alimony isn't a way of life in Florida

Alimony is a touchy subject for some couples simply because of the uncertainty surrounding the topic. Many people don't want to admit that they need their ex's support if the marriage ends, while the ex doesn't want to have to provide support. There are some points regarding Florida alimony that residents might find interesting, especially those who are going through a divorce.

Determining the suitability of alimony in your case

When you are getting a divorce, the subject of alimony might come up at some point. If you are on the receiving side, you likely want the highest alimony as possible. If you are on the paying side, you likely want the smallest alimony payments possible. Regardless of which side you are on, it is vital that you protect your interests when it comes to alimony.