Monthly Archives: November 2022
Long-Distance Time Sharing In Florida
Families often drift apart after a divorce – not just emotionally, but also geographically. It shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that some spouses want to get as far away from each other as possible after the marriage ends. This is especially true if the marriage ended in bitter terms, leaving both parties with… Read More »
How To Increase Your Alimony
For most spouses, the goal is simple during a divorce: Walk away with as much financial security as possible. A post-divorce life might seem extremely uncertain – especially in times of serious economic turmoil. You’re completely justified in trying to make the most out of your divorce, giving yourself as much of a safety… Read More »
What Happens To My Inheritance During A Divorce?
When relatives put aside money for their beneficiaries, the last thing they want is for the inheritance to fall into the wrong hands. One of the most common fears is that if you leave money behind for your children, their ex-spouses might somehow get their claws into it after a divorce. But is this… Read More »
Can My Child Decide Who Gets Custody In Florida?
A divorce can have very real effects on a child in Florida, and perhaps the most notable psychological issues are caused by lack of stability. Suddenly, children have the rugs pulled out from under them, their entire lives turned upside down. When faced with these potential issues, it makes sense to give children a… Read More »