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When Are Florida Couples Most Likely to Get Divorced?
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Everyone has experienced a time in their life where it seems like everyone is getting married – but have you ever noticed a time when a lot of peers are getting divorced?
 
The decision to separate isn’t always spoken about, even with close peers, but questioning couples should not feel alone. By now, you probably know that the divorce rate for American couples is between 40-50%, but what… Read More [+]


Over 50 and Considering Divorce? What Floridians Need to Know
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If you’re thinking about divorce and you’re 50 or older, there are a number of things that are essential for you to consider before you go through with it.
 
Late life divorce isn’t easy for anyone, but if you go into it armed with all the knowledge you can acquire, you’ll be better prepared for the road ahead.
 
Ready? Let’s dive in.
 
Your Emotional Health May Suffer… Read More [+]


What Does It Mean to Have a Contested Divorce in Florida?
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Divorce proceedings tend to be less dramatic in real life than they are on television. Most can be settled amicably and out of court.
 
That being said, there are certainly real-life cases of divorces that can take years of fighting over property or custody. These two types of divorce – the amicable ones and the battles – are called uncontested and contested divorces.
 
If the couple has a… Read More [+]


Consequences for Refusing to Pay Alimony in Florida
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If you don’t pay the alimony you are legally required to pay, stiff consequences await you under Florida law. Below, we’re going to discuss these consequences and let you know how to get help.
 
Alimony Law in Florida
 
A judge may require that alimony be paid to one of the spouses after divorce. This alimony payment is based on the circumstances surrounding the divorce, including the following:… Read More [+]


Should You Move Out of Your House While Divorcing in Florida?
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Opinions are mixed on whether it’s best to move out or stay put when you are divorcing in Florida. In this post, we’ll show you the pros and cons and tell you how a qualified attorney can help you make the right decision.
 
A home is normally a couple’s most valuable asset. Deciding which spouse should stay and which one should leave during divorce can be a tricky ordeal.… Read More [+]