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How You Can Address Your Ex Not Paying Child Support

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According to data from the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement, more than $100 billion is currently pending in back payments owed to parents with custody of their children. In 2011 alone, unpaid child support totaled more than $14 billion. Many people do not realize just how big of an issue failure to pay… Read More »

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What Will And Will Not Impact A Divorce Settlement?

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People tend to make a lot of assumptions when it comes to divorce, assumptions that can either leave you surprised and in a bind, or looking bad to a court, depending upon what activities you engaged in. Below, we discuss some factors, issues, and behaviors that surprisingly do not impact divorce settlements. Florida’s Equitable… Read More »

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Viewing Divorce As A Success Instead Of Failure

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An interesting article featured in This Insider on June 16th presented a new perspective on divorce; one that reflects marriage as a success instead of a failure. This is rooted in the concept that, if one of the best outcomes of marriage is personal growth, growing out of the relationship is simply one path… Read More »

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Facilitating The Divorce Process: Financially And Emotionally

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It is easy to be bombarded by information here and there about how divorce leads to more complicated financial circumstances. However, if you do it right—and work with the right attorney—you can complete the process without placing a financial strain on your family. Below, we discuss some of the pointers to keep in mind… Read More »

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Becoming Financially Independent During & After Divorce

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No divorce is the same as another—each one is unique based upon the relationship and the unique circumstances involved. Still, all divorces have at least one thing in common: the need to make intelligent financial decisions if you’re going through it. Below, we provide some guidance on how to ensure that you are “financially… Read More »

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The New Tax Law Complicates Divorce & Alimony

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The new tax bill has received a lot of attention in the media. However, many do not realize that it will have implications on divorce and alimony payments (in addition to tax deductions). Below, we discuss some of the ramifications of the law in greater detail, with a focus on how it complicates divorce…. Read More »

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Divorce & Insurance Policies: Preventing Later Disputes

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When couples are contemplating or going through divorce, they already have too much to worry about: Depending upon their particular circumstances, that often includes the family home, the children, assets, and more. The last thing that most couples anticipate is also having to tackle an insurance dispute. And yet, life insurance policies are one… Read More »

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Florida Alimony Bill Reform 2017 | FL Alimony Attorneys

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A new Florida alimony bill was filed on January 21, 2017. Below are some of the biggest adjustments we found made to the alimony bill. Cap on alimony and child support combined: the combined award of alimony and child support should not exceed more than 55% of the payer’s net income. If the combined… Read More »

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Permanent Alimony in Florida | Divorce Attorneys

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Over the years permanent alimony has become rare and a few states, like Florida, still have this provision. Permanent alimony is designed to provide for the needs and necessities of a former spouse to maintain the standard of living set during the marriage. Alimony may have a very important impact in a divorce. Therefore,… Read More »

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Can infidelity affect a divorce, despite Florida being a No-Fault Divorce State?

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Although the state of Florida has abolished the concept of fault when individuals file for divorce, that doesn’t make the process of obtaining a divorce any simpler, nor does it completely eliminate the impact that an individual’s behavior during marriage has when it comes to important decisions that come out of divorce, such as… Read More »

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