In the state of Florida, family law courts expect both parties to work together in an attempt to resolve divorce related issues outside of court. This isn't always possible, but both partners should make a good effort.
As you move forward with divorce, you may look back and wonder what went wrong. Of course, this won't stop you from looking forward to the future.
If divorce is on your mind, it will only be a matter of time before you attempt to discuss this with your spouse. While you never know what will happen next, there are steps you can take to prepare yourself for anything and everything.
It can be hard enough for two married people to parent a child. After divorce, co-parenting with your former partner can be thorny. Follow these tips on how to cope with common co-parenting issues for the good of your children.
At some point, the word "divorce" may begin to creep into your mind. This isn't something you want to think about, but it could be an idea to consider if your marriage is no longer working.
Alimony and prenuptial agreements are not on your mind when you are buying a new home. However, these are definitely factors that a mortgage company or bank will consider when you apply for a loan as they are a part of your overall financial picture.
You and your spouse will divide marital assets during divorce proceedings. Whether you are the higher earning spouse or not, this can be a difficult time. We recommend the following financial tips to prepare for divorce.
Whether you are suddenly blindsided by the prospect of divorce or it has been a long time coming, leaving yourself vulnerable during the process is unwise. Preparation of both a personal and legal nature is essential to emerge from the divorce as whole a person as possible.
When couples are married for a significant length of time, it can mean that alimony comes into play. In some cases, alimony can be very difficult to change once it has been ordered, and there are situations where one person could be paying the ex alimony permanently. Senate Bill 668 is trying to make changes to the way alimony is dealt with in Florida, but not all are happy about the possible changes.
When a divorce is spurred by social media discoveries, it's often unofficially called a "Facebook divorce," even if the information came from Twitter, MySpace or any other social media site. This may be more common than you'd assume, Facebook divorces have come about for many reasons, such as one spouse finding messages between the other spouse and a third party that hint at an affair.