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Divorce Rates Have Tripled Among People Over 55, a New Study Shows

By Steve W. Marsee |

A new study has found that divorce rates have tripled among Baby Boomers, which is a term used for people who are currently 55 and older. As older women are living longer and have become less dependent on their husbands, they are no longer reluctant to seek a divorce after 55. In today’s world,… Read More »

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How to Protect Your Online Privacy During a Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Unfortunately, many spouses underestimate the importance of protecting their online privacy during a divorce. In the digital age, nearly everyone has the Internet. In fact, nearly 80% of the U.S. population has at least one social network profile. Many people do not think about this, but your social media accounts contain various types of… Read More »

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Should You Sell Your House During a Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you have a marital home that needs to be split during a divorce, you may be wondering whether you should sell your house during or after the divorce. After all, unlike bank accounts or other assets, houses cannot be divided in half. This begs the question, “What should you do with your house… Read More »

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Can You Lose Your Health Insurance After a Florida Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

A divorce comes with a plethora of unintended consequences that many people could not have anticipated when filing a petition. Losing your health insurance is one of these. Unfortunately, many divorcees can lose their health insurance after their divorce is finalized If you are concerned about the termination of your health insurance benefits due… Read More »

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Is Everything You Tell Your Divorce Attorney Confidential?

By Steve W. Marsee |

A divorce case may contain many personal details about your marriage, you, and your soon-to-be-former-spouse. In fact, some of these details are so intimate that divorcees often do not share them with their family members and close friends. Individuals who go through a divorce understand that sharing these personal details with their attorney is… Read More »

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4 Things You Can Do to Speed Up Your Divorce During the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you were contemplating divorce before the coronavirus crisis hit or are in the midst of one, you are probably frustrated by the fact that the pandemic stalled your divorce case. As the pandemic paralyzed Florida’s court system, many Floridians who are considering filing for divorce or are already involved in divorce proceedings believe… Read More »

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Can You Reduce Your Child Support Obligation Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic?

By Steve W. Marsee |

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted almost every aspect of our everyday life. For many divorced parents, the COVID-19 outbreak affected their ability to make child support payments due to the loss of a job, reduced work hours, or lost income. Does the Coronavirus Pandemic Impact Child Support Payments? As many divorced parents and families… Read More »

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Florida Could Abolish the Permanent Alimony System Once and For All

By Steve W. Marsee |

Florida lawmakers could put an end to the state’s permanent spousal support payments, though a Florida Bar section is opposing the bill that would place caps on the duration of alimony payments in the state. The bill would prioritize the short-term alimony system, also known as the “bridge the gap” spousal support to the… Read More »

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Does Following or Liking Your Ex on Social Media Violate the Restraining Order?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Restraining orders are court-issued orders designed to protect a victim of harassment, domestic violence, physical abuse, or stalking from another person. A restraining or protective order requires the restrained person to stay away from the protected person – who is often their former wife or husband following a divorce – and prohibits them from… Read More »

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Can Your Retirement Funds Be Used to Satisfy Child Support or Alimony Obligations?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Many Floridians mistakenly believe that no one can touch their retirement funds to satisfy child support or alimony obligations. However, that is not entirely true. Not all retirements funds are “untouchable” if you have unpaid spousal or child support amounts. It is a common misconception that creditors and your former spouse cannot touch the… Read More »

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