October 2017 Archives

How to know when military divorce is the best available option

Reaching a decision to divorce is never a simple or easy matter. In many cases, Florida spouses struggle for years before deciding to pull the plug on an untenable marriage. It can be hard to know when a military divorce is the best available option. Here are some circumstances in which it may be time to give divorce serious consideration.

Understanding alimony in high asset divorce

For many couples, discussing how to divide marital wealth in the event that their marriage fails is hardly a romantic topic. Many couples simply avoid the issue altogether, hoping the subject is one that never deserves their close attention. In cases where a high asset divorce is the eventual outcome, many spouses in Florida will wish that they had better understood the alimony and property division process.

Why did a judge rule on child custody case involving a rapist?

An unusual custody case has led to outrage in Florida and across the nation. A judge granted sole child custody rights to the mother, a 21-year-old woman. However, the court also named a 27-year-old man as the child's father. The child in question was conceived when that man raped the mother when she was just 12 years of age.

Money talks: Will you receive or pay alimony after divorce?

It is no secret to Florida readers that divorce brings about significant financial changes. Both parties are naturally concerned with their financial well-being after their marriage is over, and one of the most common sources of money-related disputes pertains to alimony.

Parents face child custody case and criminal charges

In the vast majority of custody battles, the parties fall along predictable lines. Two Florida parents are unable to see eye-to-eye over the care and custody of a shared child or children, and they take the matter before a court. There are child custody cases, however, that do not fit this mold. An example is found in a couple facing both a child custody battle and criminal charges in connection with the death of their third child.

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