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Take control of your relationships during your Florida divorce

Your Florida divorce may be causing you some emotional distress and general anxiety. Would it help you to know that experts say there are no "normal" marriages or divorces? Or that you do not have to choose between the two extremes of a perfect marriage and a horribly broken home? Your divorce may not be the easiest experience in your lifetime, but it does not have to lead to ongoing unpleasantness; in fact, you can take control of your family relationships to promote health and happiness during this difficult time.

Circumcision brings up parental responsibilty question

Florida residents usually associate child custody with issues of where a minor lives or which parent has control over certain living situations or decisions. In reality, child custody can become much more complex, especially when parents fail to come to agreement on major issues. One child is caught in a battle between parents who cannot agree on whether the boy should have a circumcision.

South Florida police officer arrested for domestic violence

A police officer in Florida was being called a hero just months ago for saving a child's life. The child was in a vehicle on the Dolphin Exrpressway, and the car had gotten stuck in the congested traffic. When the child stopped breathing, the officer and others -- including the child's aunt -- did CPR until the child started to breathe again.

Marital property isn't a reason to stay married

Some Florida couples may know their marriage has come to an end but stay in the relationship because of fears about how much a divorce might end up costing. It's not the legal fees most worry about--larger worries often revolve around things such as property division.

Deli manager to get $11,500 in monthly alimony

The owner of a famous East Coast deli has been ordered to pay a massive sum in spousal support to her estranged husband, who has moved to Florida. The man, who had been the manager of New York City's Carnegie Deli, will receive $11,500 each month in alimony from his wife. His ex-wife left him after discovering that he may have been cheating on her with a waitress at their restaurant.

Equal property division a challenge when gay marriages fail

Same-sex couples in Florida are currently not allowed to marry in the state. If and when Florida does legalize gay marriage, couples should think long and hard about making the decision to make it legal. Why? Because if the marriage turns sour, getting divorced is a challenge. If a state does allow gay divorce, the couple is bound to face unequal property division and taxes.

Celebrity divorce rumors impact ticket sales

For any couple, marital distress can cause an impact across all areas of life. Distress before and during a divorce can bring negative impact to other familial relationships as well as social and business life. Seeking to resolve issues through civil, legal processes is one way to reduce the impact of a marriage breakup.

Premarital agreements not just for the paranoid

So, you are thinking about a Florida prenuptial agreement. Not too many years ago, the use of a premarital agreement signaled a lack of confidence in the relationship for one or both parties. Today, however, prenuptial agreements are viewed as prudent contracts that can help protect those with a family business or with a significant gap in family wealth. Further, prenups can protect children who were borne of previous marriages, along with sentimental or inherited property. The advantages of a prenup are manifold -- but how do you make sure that yours is as ironclad as it ought to be? Experts say there are a few considerations to make sure that your prenuptial agreement is properly executed.

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