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January 2019 Archives

Alimony can be a lifeline for divorcing spouses

Many Floridians are concerned for their financial future after a divorce. In the case of many dependent spouses, alimony can be a vital lifeline to spouses looking to get their lives together as independent people. Regardless of the effects of divorce, no one should go through it without support.

Florida lawmaker failed to disclose assets

Divorce is always a complicated issue. Even when spouses can still communicate, the emotional toll of ending a marriage can set a lot of personal goals back and throw families into chaos. The effect can be worse when spouses do not get along or are trying to conceal assets from each other during the divorce process.

Do prenuptial agreements help or hurt new marriages?

A parent wants to protect children from an earlier marriage. A business owner needs to clarify the future of the enterprise for partners or employees. A person has a big inheritance coming. There are many obvious reasons for a prenuptial agreement, but some of the lesser-known reasons apply to everyone.

A parent's income may be enough to order more child support

How much is too much for our children? It is certain when a kid has too much sugar, but one can never have too much love and support. Most parents would say children deserve the best that they can provide, and the law often mandates this in the case that parents get divorced.