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How to Get a Quick Divorce in Florida

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When many people think of divorce, they imagine a long and bitter battle in the courtroom. Fortunately, few divorce cases today end in trial. While there really is no such thing as a ‘quick’ divorce, it is possible to move forward in your newly single life in just a matter of months, or even… Read More »

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Is Divorce Mediation Mandatory in Florida?

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Divorce trials are not as common as they once were. At one time, the majority of divorce cases had to go to trial, which has led many people to imagine a long bitter courtroom battle. However, Florida has established different alternative dispute resolution methods over the past several years. Legislation passed in 1987 gave… Read More »

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Are Recipients of Alimony Required to Look for Work?

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There are many reasons the family courts in Florida order one spouse, usually the higher earner, to pay the other alimony during divorce. Often, alimony is awarded when one spouse becomes financially dependent on the other during the marriage. Spousal support is then meant to provide for the dependent spouse until they can support… Read More »

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Why is the Divorce Rate in Florida So High?

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At 13 percent, Florida has one of the highest divorce rates in the United States. This fact is nothing new. The divorce rate in Florida has been relatively the same, and one of the highest in the country, over the past decade. So, why are people so much more likely to end their marriage… Read More »

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How to Minimize the Legal Costs of Divorce

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People who are considering divorce are often reluctant to start the process because they think it will be too expensive. In some cases, the very facts of a case increase the cost of divorce, such as if you are ordered to pay child custody or alimony. Even without these issues present, though, you will… Read More »

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Common Premarital Agreement Myths, Busted

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Premarital agreements are becoming more common today than they once were among people about to be married. Although these documents are very beneficial for people planning to wed, there are also a number of myths circulating about them. These misconceptions often keep people from drafting one, which puts their rights at risk. If you… Read More »

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Four Ways Child Support is Terminated

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After a divorce or separation that involves children, one parent is usually ordered by the court to pay child support. Child support is typically paid to the parent who spends the most amount of time with the child. It is intended to help cover the daily expenses and other costs of raising the child… Read More »

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Three Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce

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Divorce can be a very contentious matter. You may be envisioning a long and bitter courtroom battle, but that does not have to be the case. In fact, very few divorce cases make it to the trial phase. If you and your spouse can agree to all terms of the divorce, including property division,… Read More »

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What to Expect when Relocating After Divorce

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There are many reasons people sometimes want to relocate after divorce. Maybe you have gotten a better job offer, or perhaps you simply want to move to be closer to family. Whatever the reason is, there are some things you should know before you start packing your bags. Below, our Orlando relocation lawyer explains… Read More »

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Three Things to Know Before Telling Adult Children About a Gray Divorce

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Telling the kids that you and your spouse are getting a divorce is incredibly difficult. People often think that it will most affect the children when they are young. As such, there are many resources for parents of minors that can help them through these difficult situations. Unfortunately, there are not as many resources… Read More »

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