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How is the amount of alimony calculated?

When you hear "divorce," the first thing most people think of is "alimony." Alimony, or spousal support, is designed to support the lower-earning spouse after a divorce: the higher-earning partner provides money to the lower-earning partner so that they will receive a fair income until they are able to support themselves. This could be for several reasons: one partner may have spent more time taking care of the family rather than career-building, or the lower-earning partner might be unable to maintain their standard of living after divorce without support.

Understanding joint custody's implications for your family

Making decisions regarding child custody are some of the most difficult during a divorce. Parents know that the end of their marriage can be difficult for the kids, and for this reason, they often decide to set aside disagreements and pursue a custody plan that allows the children to maintain a healthy relationship with both biological parents.

Q&A: How are assets divided for divorce in Florida?

We spend a large part of our lives finding the perfect house, the right vehicle, and the furniture we want. After years of building a life through hard work it can be scary to think of it all taken away in divorce. Therefore it is helpful to know how state laws impact which spouse gets what. Here is what you need to know about dividing your assets in Florida.

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