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Can Both Spouses Mutually Agree To Not Pay Alimony?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Also known as spousal support, alimony can be seen as an unnecessary endeavor by many modern spouses. But will you be forced to pay alimony even if you both don’t want it? This is a question many couples ask themselves as they approach divorce – especially those who are both working professionals with little… Read More »

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Understanding The Child’s Best Interests In A Florida Custody Case

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you’re approaching a custody battle in Florida, you need to become very familiar with your child’s “best interests.” Now, you may believe that you already know all about your child’s best interests – perhaps better than any other person on Earth. However, it’s important to note that family courts are very specific about… Read More »

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Why Aren’t There Juries In Florida Divorce Trials?

By Steve W. Marsee |

When most of us picture what a trial looks like, we think of judges, lawyers, and juries. But if you’re approaching a divorce trial in Florida, you should know that you’ll never see a jury in the courtroom during this process. But why is this? Aren’t you guaranteed the right to a trial by… Read More »

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What Is Alimony Supposed To Cover In Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

According to new developments in Florida family law, permanent alimony is exceedingly unlikely. This means that the only remaining type of alimony is intended to cover very specific expenses associated with newly single adults. It is not intended to be a “carte blanche” that will support you for the rest of your life –… Read More »

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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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