Month: August 2022

Is permanent alimony gone in Florida?

For years now, there has been talk about eliminating our state’s permanent alimony. And, if you have been paying attention to this debate recently, you may have heard that SB 1796, the bill to eliminate alimony in Florida, finally passed. So, that means permanent...

The advantages of mediation in a Florida divorce

Most Floridians view divorce with the same enthusiasm as a trip to a dentist who does not use novocaine. However, the divorce process in Florida has an option that helps relieve most of the stress and anxiety that infects many if not all divorces. The option is called...

Do I need a post-nuptial agreement?

When you got married, you may have felt that a pre-nuptial agreement was unnecessary, either because you didn’t plan to divorce, or you didn’t have enough property to justify drafting one. However, it is common to accumulate more property with your spouse over your...

Parenting plans and the minimum requirements for court approval

All aspects of a Florida divorce can be challenging. From property division to alimony to matters related to children, the situation will inevitably be emotionally draining and worrisome. A common topic for dispute centers around children, custody and parenting time....