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July 2012 Archives

Florida, other states to consider uniform military custody rules

Military service members who face child custody issues would benefit from standardized national laws that protect members who are deployed, according to the Uniform Law Commission, a national panel whose mission is to standardize state laws.

Study examines link between economic downturn, increased child abuse

Many people have posited over a long period that domestic violence incidents tend to increase during times of economic difficulties, given the obvious stresses that can attach to families suffering from loss of employment and an inability to meet basic housing, health, food and other needs.

Divorce concessions: Don't let emotions cloud financial judgment

Divorce is an emotional event. However, it can also be fraught with financial risks. Florida property division decisions can damage one or both parties, if neither has made appropriate plans to avoid disaster. Parties to a divorce view marriage from a very different perspective than they did on their wedding day.

Miami-Dade County family court offices guide domestic abuse victims

A recent assault on a woman in a gas station, allegedly by the father of her son, has ramped up attention surrounding domestic violence issues in South Florida. The woman was set on fire by a man who was later charged with attempted first-degree murder.

That didn't take long: Cruise, Holmes divorce settlement executed

Some divorces take months -- even years, in some exceptional cases -- to resolve, especially where child custody and child support, a prenuptial agreement, complex property division and additional matters may be configuring factors.

Trying to be too accommodating during divorce can backfire later

Going through a divorce can be a tumultuous time, and just getting it over with is often the goal for many people. Striving to get along with each other through the process is another purposeful aim for many couples, but some family experts note that being too nice can cost you more money. Agreeing on spousal maintenance or child support is important, but being too amicable because of emotional ties can be expensive.

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