Monthly Archives: January 2023
My Spouse Earns The Same As Me. Do I Still Need To Pay Alimony?
These days, both spouses are likely to work full-time. Gone are the days when one spouse stayed at home, raised the kids, and maintained the home. In the modern era, many spouses see this arrangement as antiquated or even misogynist. Financial pressures also force both spouses to work full-time in many cases – whether… Read More »
What If I Can’t Afford A Divorce?
While divorce might be the best option for your relationship, it may also be out of your reach financially. It’s no secret that legal fees can be high, and they’re only getting more expensive as inflation continues to rise. Many spouses are struggling to make ends meet even as married couples. When you add… Read More »
Can Step-Parents Receive Sole Custody In Florida?
With so many people remarrying in Florida, step-parents often play important roles in the lives of children that are biologically unrelated to them. Sometimes, they become more involved in their children’s lives than either of the biological parents. But what happens if the new marriage fails, and the step-parent is left fighting for custody… Read More »
How To Plan For The End Of Your Alimony In Florida
Because permanent alimony is no longer allowed in Florida, it is very important to plan for the day when these payments stop coming in. You can argue that Florida’s decision to end permanent alimony is unjustified, but the fact remains clear: You’re not going to have the ability to rely on this source of… Read More »
When Do Restraining Orders Fail In Florida Divorces?
Getting a restraining order might not be as easy as you think. This might come as a nasty surprise, especially if you genuinely need protection from a vindictive spouse during a divorce. But understanding the challenges associated with restraining orders is the first step to overcoming these barriers and achieving a positive outcome. But… Read More »