Tag Archives: No-Fault Divorce Law
As Society Is Morally Embracing Divorce More and More, Have You Done The Same?
According to the latest Gallup poll, 73 percent of U.S. adults say that divorce is “morally acceptable”; an all-time high, even as the national divorce rate has been on the decline. Since 2001, the public has consistently viewed divorce as morally acceptable, more and more each year. In the decades prior, however, the concept… Read More »
Can infidelity affect a divorce, despite Florida being a No-Fault Divorce State?
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 »