Close Menu
Orlando Divorce Attorney
Experienced Family Law Attorney
Call to Schedule a Consultation 407-521-7171

Recent Blog Posts

Div19

How To Modify Alimony Payments in a Florida Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

As part of many Florida divorce settlements, the higher earning spouse may be required to send payments to the lesser earning spouse in the form of alimony. Otherwise known as spousal support, alimony payments are intended to help support the lesser earning spouse during and after a divorce settlement is finalized transition into becoming… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
MotherDaughter

How to Modify a Child Timesharing Schedule

By Steve W. Marsee |

Getting divorced with a minor child or children involved can be an emotional and difficult process, especially when it comes to decisions about timesharing and custody between parents. In more amicable and collaborative divorce settings, parents can come to an agreement on timesharing for their child. However, in more litigious divorces, the court may… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Mediation3

Utilizing Divorce Mediation

By Steve W. Marsee |

One of the fastest growing trends in Florida divorce cases is the use of divorce mediation to settle outstanding issues between spouses. As an alternative dispute resolution technique, divorce mediation has the potential to make your divorce faster, less stressful, and cheaper than traditional divorce litigation in a Florida family court. Steve W. Marsee… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
CoupleArgue

The Basics of a Florida Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorce can be a stressful, confusing, and emotional experience for you and your family. If you are considering filing for divorce in Florida, there are some basic requirements that you should be aware of before filing your petition with the court. At the law office of Steve W. Marsee in Orlando, we are here… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
ChildAirport

Parents Cannot Move Children Outside of Florida to Influence Custody Decisions

By Steve W. Marsee |

In some cases of divorce, a parent will attempt to move out of Florida in order to influence child custody decisions or try to get more favorable terms under another state’s divorce laws. However, laws are in place that prohibit this type of behavior immediately prior to or during a divorce. As a parent,… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Alimony10

How to Enforce an Alimony Order in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Oftentimes in divorce settlements, the court will order the higher earning spouse to pay alimony, also known as spousal support, to the lesser earning spouse in the relationship. This is intended to help the lesser earning spouse maintain their standard of living and transition into becoming financially independent on their own. However, sometimes the… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
FatherSon

Can my Medical Marijuana Use Affect my Parenting Plan?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Marijuana laws around the country are changing, but one important law has not changed: the Controlled Substances Act, which lists cannabis as a Schedule I drug. This means that if you are a parent who uses marijuana medically or recreationally, you can face scrutiny from your former partner for engaging in illegal activities. He… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
Dissol2

Your Rights Against the Dissipation of Marital Assets

By Steve W. Marsee |

It is one thing to begin preparing for a divorce by gathering the relevant financial documentation and other paperwork a spouse knows will be necessary for the filing. It’s another thing entirely to begin transferring marital assets or spending them to avoid splitting the property with your spouse during the equitable distribution of property… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
MomDaughter2

What is a Child Time Sharing Schedule?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you are getting a divorce and a minor child is involved, one of the most important aspects of your divorce agreement with your spouse will be the child time sharing schedule. While most states use the terms custody and visitation when referring to child issues in divorce, Florida uses the term child sharing…. Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus
BankrDiv

What Type of Alimony is Right for Your Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

The payment of alimony during and after a divorce is a common practice for spouses in Florida. The purpose of alimony, also known as spousal support, is to help maintain the lifestyle for the lesser-earning spouse and to help as she becomes financially independent. Florida law has five different types of alimony payments available… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus