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A divorce is often hard on not just the parents, but also the children involved. Parents have to deal with the problems of division of property and payment of alimony, as well as the time-intensive divorce litigation and the loss of a partner. Children, however,...

Divorce has been a common occurrence in the American culture for many years. Even though many people get divorced in the state of Florida every year, there are still many misconceptions about what happens after a divorce. One of the most misunderstood aspects of divorce...

The end of a relationship is never an easy thing to deal with. Depending on the duration and circumstances of the partnership, this can be devastating, both emotionally and financially. Most married couples, when nearing the end of their relationship, choose to file for divorce,...

Under Florida Statute 784.011 (2015),  an assault is defined as "an intentional, unlawful threat by word or act to do violence to the person of another, coupled with an apparent ability to do so, and doing some act which creates a well-founded fear in such other...

Moving Out of State after your Florida Divorce At one time or another, you were happily married. As time went on, changes in your marriage might have triggered a divorce. Now that you’re divorced, can you just pack up and leave? That depends on several factors. Once...

A prenuptial agreement is a great way to strengthen a marriage, by laying out terms that will protect both parties if the marriage goes south. However, prenups have often been seen in an extremely negative light in the American consciousness. When looking at the statistics associated...

1. Educational Costs Are the Responsibility of Both Parents After a divorce, co-parenting can be difficult. However, it doesn’t have to be. For many parents, this may seem harder to do than to say, but it is possible. To effectively co-parent, both parents need to be...

Prenuptial agreements provide an excellent way for both parties to a marriage to enter the institution with a sense of security about their individual assets. Unfortunately, many marriages end in divorce in the United States, so having a prenup is highly recommended. For those in...

Husbands and wives can make excellent business partners. However, in the event of a divorce, remaining business partners could be out of the question. The divorce settlement can become tricky when a couple owns a business together. For married business partners, the best resolution will...