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Long-Distance Time Sharing In Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

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 »

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How To Increase Your Alimony

By Steve W. Marsee |

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 »

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What Happens To My Inheritance During A Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

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 »

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What Might Cause Lingering Bitterness After A Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

The psychological effects of a divorce can last long after the papers are signed. Some spouses struggle with bitterness and resentment for many years after this process is finalized, and some never truly get over it. Some of these individuals have valid reasons for feeling this way, while others may simply be unable to… Read More »

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What Should You Do With Your Alimony Money?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you receive a favorable outcome in your divorce and walk away with a considerable amount of money in an alimony award, you might be wondering what to do with these funds. Perhaps you’ve never had this kind of money before in your life. Maybe your former spouse was the one who managed the… Read More »

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What Happens In A Divorce If I Owned My Apartment Prior To The Marriage?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Marriage often results in significant “upgrades” for the spouses involved – the most obvious of which involves their living situation. Sometimes, these changes are necessary due to growing families. In other situations, these changes may be brought about by personal preferences rather than anything else. In any case, a common situation involves a spouse… Read More »

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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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