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November 2012 Archives

Fort Lauderdale Divorce Attorney: For Florida Alimony Reform to Succeed, Florida Needs Judicial Guidelines

Alimony reform has garnered much attention in recent years from family law attorneys and divorce lawyers in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Boca Raton and throughout Florida. Attorneys for breadwinners ordered to pay ongoing alimony to ex-spouses have grown frustrated with seemingly unending payments.

Some such breadwinners call themselves "slaves" to alimony. As long as they're gainfully employed with no significant change in income or earnings, their financial obligations originally ordered by the court typically do not change until either party dies.

Social Media: Foe - or Friend - In South Florida Family Law, Divorce Discovery and Negotiations?

Much has been written by this South Florida divorce lawyer and family law attorney about the use in divorce discovery and negotiations of texting, Facebook, Twitter and other communications or social media services.

Here's how the scenarios typically play out: A married man texts a lover with whom he's having an affair, or a married woman posts to Facebook about a meeting with someone whom her husband may suspect she's having an affair.

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