Month: July 2020

How is child support calculated in Florida?

If a non-custodial parent earns an income, it is the right of the custodial parent to file for child support. If a parent is ordered to pay child support, they will be legally obliged to do so, and failing to do so could lead to serious legal consequences. Child...

Dealing with judgmental people during divorce

The only people who should have an opinion on a divorce are the couple who are going through it. While divorce is a very personal choice that takes bravery and courage, many people are quick to judge and accuse the person filing for divorce of being manipulative,...

Can I predict my alimony payments in Florida?

No matter whether you have already committed to filing for divorce or you are merely considering it, it's likely that you have thought about whether you will be entitled to alimony payments, otherwise known as spousal support, as part of your divorce settlement. If...

Some assets are more valuable than others

It goes without saying that property division has the potential to slow down the divorce process. And it also goes without saying that some assets are more important to you than others, typically as a result of the value. As you prepare for divorce, create a property...

Moving with children after divorce

The need for a fresh start is something that often weighs deeply on people who have gone through a divorce. For some, this means moving to a new place and starting over. Unfortunately, not all divorced people will be able to do this. Divorce parents who have children...