Last week, we discussed how alimony is handled in Florida. That might have some of our readers wondering how other aspects of divorce, such as property division, are handled. The answer to that is something that has to be taken on a case-by-case basis. There is no single answer that works in every case. We have the experience necessary to work on your behalf to ensure that the division of assets is handled in a manner that gives you the best start possible.
For people who are going through a divorce in Florida, the question of alimony might come up at some point. There are some very specific points about alimony that might interest some of our readers. These points can determine if alimony is suitable for a case and what the terms of the alimony should be.
When parents get divorced, a determination needed on how to handle child custody can often be difficult to find. When the child is an infant, things can get even more complicated. Our readers in Florida might be interested in learning how child custody cases can be affected by some of the parenting choices that are made.
When married couples are ready to call it quits, they might want to go about the divorce in the fastest manner possible. For some Florida residents, a Simplified Dissolution of Marriage might be the answer they are seeking. There are some very specific points to consider in regard to this type of divorce because not everyone will qualify for it.
When people have been married for more than a few years and have children together, some people might assume that the marriage is strong and will continue to last. A quick glance at our blog lets you know that isn't always the case. Some marriages have lasted several years or even decades before the spouses decide to call it quits. The recent announcement of Scott Stapp's wife filing for divorce is one such case.
Parents who are going through a divorce have to deal with the realities of child custody. Having to have a judge determine where your child will live and who can make decisions for your child can be difficult. When you embark upon the child custody journey, it is important for you to understand some of the basics of child custody in Florida.
The holidays are a time for family. They are a time for good cheer. They are a time for merrymaking. Sadly, divorced parents aren't always able to enjoy the togetherness, good cheer, and merrymaking because of having to deal with child custody and visitation issues. Our readers in Florida might like to know some ideas for making this holiday season one that is full of awesome memories.
Remember last week when we told you that a divorce can destroy your credit? That post might have some people who are going through a divorce worried about the lasting effect of the divorce. We don't want you to worry that much, so we are going to discuss some options you have that might help you to ensure your credit and your financial status aren't negatively affected by your divorce.
By now, almost all Florida citizens have read about Representative Alan Grayson's messy divorce. The case has included allegations of domestic violence and bigamy. Just when it seems like the case is finally settling down, new developments surface in the case. Rep. Grayson's wife is now alleging that he isn't keeping up the marital home that she is living in with four of their children.
Parents who have gone through a divorce might not always be able to stay within a reasonable distances from one another. This can make things challenging when it comes to the children being able to see both parents; however, seeing their parents is one way that children develop a relationship with the parents. Parents who have child custody agreements in Florida are some of the lucky parents in the country. Florida is one of the states that allow virtual visitation in child custody cases.