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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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Is Alimony Really Necessary After Property Division?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Paying spouses often opine that alimony really isn’t necessary after the property division process. After all, if a spouse receives hundreds of thousands or even millions in a divorce settlement, isn’t that enough to cover their living expenses for the foreseeable future? This argument may have some logic behind it, but that doesn’t necessarily… Read More »

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Types Of Alimony In Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you’re approaching divorce in Florida, alimony may be a considerable concern for you. If you’re dealing with the possibility of paying alimony, you may be worried about the financial impacts. If you’re dealing with the possibility of receiving alimony, you may also be concerned about your financial future, and whether you will have… Read More »

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Why You Need To Consider Alimony When Remarrying

By Steve W. Marsee |

For many spouses, remarrying represents a brand new chapter – an exciting new path forward and a world of new possibilities. However, marriage also represents a financial transition, and you need to keep these factors in mind as you move forward. One of the things that may be impacted by remarriage is alimony, and… Read More »

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When Am I Allowed To Stop My Ex From Visiting My Children?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Parents in Florida might want to prevent their exes from seeing their children for a variety of reasons. Perhaps one parent is concerned that the other is a bad influence on the children. Maybe they believe that their children are not safe when under the supervision of their former spouse. You might believe that… Read More »

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Creating A Co-Parenting Plan In Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

A divorce can impact your life in many ways, and your role as a parent may change dramatically. Notable issues may arise when parents are granted shared custody, as they need to figure out how to spend roughly equal amounts of time with their children. Unfortunately, this can cause considerable stress for the children… Read More »

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What Are The Rights Of An Incarcerated Parent In Orlando?

By Steve W. Marsee |

While it might not seem that prevalent, many incarcerated individuals are also parents. Being arrested does not make someone any less of a parent and yet there are obvious challenges presented to those who physically cannot see and be with their children as often as they would like. How do incarcerated or convicted parents… Read More »

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What Happens When An Ex Or Co-Parent Refuses To Vacate The Home?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Last week our blog discussed whether or not selling the family home during divorce is necessary. We learned that not all parties must sell the family home, but married couples seeking divorce must compensate the other party for half of the home’s value. But what happens if both parties agree to sell the home,… Read More »

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Who Is Stuck With Student Loan Debt After Divorce In Orlando?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorce is not easy, but it can be especially painful when the parties negotiate who is responsible for what debt, and why. Student loan debt cannot be discharged in bankruptcy, and federal loans can only be refinanced once. When both parties take on debt during the marriage, it can be difficult to decipher who… Read More »

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