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July 2014 Archives

How is alimony determined in Florida?

Although we often talk about specific cases of divorce, it's also important to discuss the actual laws behind the process. One issue that Florida residents are often curious about is alimony (or spousal support). Many questions may arise, such as "Do I have to pay it?" or "How much will I get?"

What does a child of divorce really need?

With the stress and paperwork of divorce, parents can sometimes get caught up in their own feelings and forget the needs of their children. A recent article in The Huffington Post presented the needs of children of divorced parents in a very interesting way: as if a child is writing his or her parents a letter detailing his or her needs.

A prenuptial agreement may be disputed

Preparations for a wedding can start as early as one or two years before the actual ceremony date. There are endless things to consider such as who to invite, where to have the reception and what colors to incorporate. While these decisions may take center stage before a marriage, for some Florida couples, a prenuptial agreement may be just as important.

Grab your computer and do this before divorce (PART 2)

In our last post we discussed steps Florida residents should take in terms of their Internet presence before a divorce. As we mentioned before, it's important to change your social media account password. But it's also important to change all other passwords that your ex might know. Beyond that, you may want to change the security questions because your ex may be able to answer all or most of them.

Grab your computer and do this before divorce (PART 1)

For as long as divorce has existed, it has had one simple goal: help separate those who no longer want to be married. But in a way, that's the only thing that has really stayed the same. Divorce law is ever-changing and the face of divorce has changed from year to year as well. This especially happened when the Internet came along. With it came the ability to do business and banking online, to communicate with people from almost anywhere in the world, and the ability to digitalize so many different parts of our life. And as we have seen, all these things can now make divorce that much more complicated.

Single and ready to mingle: dating after divorce (PART 2)

In our last post we discussed a step that many divorcees in Florida eventually end up taking: dating. It may be much different than when you dated before you were married, but it can be just as rewarding. With that said, let’s continue with more tips that may help you navigate the dating world as it is today.

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