Pop culture and television shows alone have helped portray the divorce process as a feisty and combative ordeal that is something akin to bloodsport. While it is certainly true that some divorces are contentious and must be taken to court for differences to be resolved, it is also true that plenty of Florida divorces can…

If there is one general rule applicable to all divorces, it is that every divorce is unique. Each divorcing Florida couple will have their own preferences for how assets are distributed, custody is determined and so on. Still, some divorces are more unique than others. Such was the case in a highly unusual child custody…

Throughout the country, child custody reform is taking effect in a myriad of ways. One of the most important aspects of child custody reform is focused on shared parenting plans. On one side of the debate are states like Missouri, who recently implemented a new law and policy recommendation that encourages parents to maximize the…

It is not unheard of for divorce to grow contentious. Still, divorces rarely lead to murder and allegations of a contract-hit to win a custody battle. Such were the allegations surrounding the murder of tenured Florida State professor Daniel Markel. Markel was murdered in July of 2014 in the garage of his Tallahassee home. The…

In many military divorces, child support and alimony (also known as spousal support) are two of the most contentious areas where couples find it difficult to agree. You need a Florida divorce attorney who understands child support and spousal support laws to protect your interests and the interests of your children. Child Support Considerations in Military…

While Florida law governs much of the military divorce process, there are federal and statutory guidelines that may also apply to your Florida military divorce. Here is a general overview of the unique rights and benefits afforded to servicemembers and their spouses in a military divorce. Servicemembers Civil Relief Act When a servicemember is away on…

Perhaps one of the hardest parts of a divorce is deciding what type of custody arrangement is in the best interests of the children. Sometimes it becomes evident that a change needs to be made. It is important to note that seeking sole custody of a child after divorce is difficult. Sole custody is generally…

As stressful as a divorce might be, it’s time to start thinking about child support and custody as soon as you initiate the divorce proceedings. Support, time sharing and visitation rights may differ slightly from state to state, but in general, the jury keeps in mind the best interest of your child while setting your…

If you have gone through a divorce or a breakup, there are at least six reasons you need to get child support. It is an issue you need to take seriously, and you may need help from an attorney.

The advantages of using a divorce attorney to represent you may differ with the type of divorce case at hand. This is because the role of attorneys is very small in uncontested divorce cases. If the divorce is contested by the other party however, the divorce attorney will play a major role.

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