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How Should You Speak About Your Ex In Front Of Your Children?

By Steve W. Marsee |

After a messy divorce, it can be tempting to “vent” about your former spouse, telling anyone who will listen all about what you were forced to endure. In some ways, talking about these incidents is natural and healthy. Getting things off your chest is important – especially if you’ve been going through a major… Read More »

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How To Make Your Divorce Cheaper

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorces can be costly, and it makes sense to cut costs wherever possible. The good news is that there are a number of strategies that can help you achieve this goal. With the right approach, you can lower the cost of your divorce significantly, providing you with more money in your post-divorce life and… Read More »

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How To Lower Alimony

By Steve W. Marsee |

Many spouses believe that alimony payments are too excessive, and they may want to lower payments significantly. Sometimes, these concerns are truly valid, as spousal support payments have the potential to cripple paying spouses in many situations. This is especially true when you take into account the property division process, child support, and many… Read More »

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How Easy Is It To Make False Allegations Of Domestic Abuse?

By Steve W. Marsee |

During divorces, accusations of domestic abuse are not uncommon. Unfortunately, not all of these allegations are legitimate. Sometimes, spouses simply make up stories in an effort to advance their own agendas, and this can compromise the entire system of family law. This does not take away from the many spouses who have suffered legitimate… Read More »

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Do I Still Have To Pay My Ex Money If We Were Never Married?

By Steve W. Marsee |

According to The Hill, marriage rates in the United States have declined sharply since the start of the 21st century, with a drop of about 25%. This has led many to forecast a future where there are more unmarried Americans than married ones. Many partners place less importance on marriage today, and many choose… Read More »

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Declaring Bankruptcy During Divorce In Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

According to the official statistics, one of the most common reasons for divorce is an argument over money. When money gets tight, all kinds of relationship problems can arise, and sometimes things spiral out of control – towards divorce. In addition, divorce can put immediate strain on a spouse’s finances – especially when you… Read More »

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What Custody Arrangement Is Most Beneficial For Child Mental Health?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Most parents recognize that when it comes to child custody, the most important priority is the child’s mental health. Those who have witnessed the divorce of their parents know that this incident can be incredibly traumatic, and this trauma can stay with an individual for the rest of their life. As such, it makes… Read More »

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What’s Happening With Florida’s Alimony Bill?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you’re approaching divorce in Florida, you may have heard that the state is trying to push through a bill that would make a few notable changes to the way alimony is handled in family courts. If you haven’t heard about this, it’s definitely something you should be aware of. Alimony has the power… Read More »

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What Factors Are Considered During Equitable Distribution?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you’re going through a divorce in Florida, one of your primary concerns is probably property division. Who gets what? How are certain assets divided? Who gets to stay in the family home, and who is forced to find somewhere else to live? These are all questions that may arise during the property division… Read More »

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Moving Out Of The Old Neighborhood After A Divorce: Not So Fast

By Steve W. Marsee |

Many spouses are tempted to move away from their old neighborhoods after a split – especially after a bad breakup. While this goal is understandable, it can lead to a number of significant legal concerns that you should be aware of. In particular, moving too far away from your previous home can cause all… Read More »

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