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Monthly Archives: December 2019

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Filing for Florida Divorce Online: Everything You Need to Know

By Steve W. Marsee |

The Internet has dramatically revolutionized many aspects of our lives, which is why it is not surprising that people can for divorce online in Florida nowadays. Although filing for divorce online is not as easy as it might sound, doing so may be an optimal option for couples who have an uncontested divorce case…. Read More »

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5 Tips to Negotiate Holiday Gifts for Your Kids with Your Ex-Spouse After Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

Even after your Florida divorce is final, you may still have to negotiate with your former spouse or even make decisions together, especially if you have shared children. If this is your first holiday season after the divorce, brace yourself for holiday gift negotiations. Typically, holiday seasons trigger a wide range of family law… Read More »

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Does Your Ex-Spouse’s Cohabitation Stop Alimony Payments in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

In Florida, the payer spouse can stop alimony payments if the recipient is cohabitating or engaged in a supportive relationship with another individual. However, determining what constitutes “cohabitation” and “supportive relationship” in Florida is not always clear. To determine whether your circumstances warrant a modification of the alimony order, speak with an Orlando spousal… Read More »

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Will Your Spouse Receive Funds from Your Separate Bank Account in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Contrary to popular belief, your name on a bank account does not necessarily mean that the funds are rightfully yours in divorce. Thus, your soon-to-be-ex could be entitled to the funds in your separate bank account during the division of property. In Florida, it is up to the court judge to determine whether the… Read More »

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