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Alimony Reform Will Be Heard By State Lawmakers… Again
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Category: Alimony

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It seems like only yesterday that Governor Rick Scott vetoed an alimony reform bill, but Florida lawmakers are once again about to debate the issue. Why? Because a new bill has appeared.
 
What exactly is in this new alimony reform bill? Let’s dive into the details.
 
SB412 and HB283 and the Recent History of Florida Alimony Reform
 
The new proposal will be filed as SB412 and HB283.… Read More [+]


10 Surprising Statistics about Divorce
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Category: Divorce

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Do you have friends or family who have been through a divorce? We all do. We’ve also all probably heard the statistic that 50% of marriages end in divorce.
 
What you may not know is that a lot of “common knowledge” and “facts” about divorce just aren’t true. Want to cut through the misconceptions and myths? Check out these surprising statistics about divorce and marriage.
 
Real Divorce Facts… Read More [+]


Foster Care vs. Adoption: Understanding Both Processes
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Opening your doors to children through foster care or adoption is a beautiful way to share your love and home with someone who needs care. It is important to understand that there are huge, huge differences between the two processes, though.
 
Choosing which process is the best one for you is a huge decision, and should be made with care. In this post, we will briefly describe both the… Read More [+]


6 Tips to Help You Deal with a Surprise Divorce
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Most couples can see a divorce coming. They’ve been fighting for a long time, and counseling isn’t helping. Or maybe they’ve been growing apart for years. When the time comes to get a divorce, it may be a shock, but it’s not a surprise. In some cases, they may even talk it out beforehand and file jointly.
 
It doesn’t always happen this way, though. Sometimes, one person is completely… Read More [+]


What Is Florida’s “Responsible Parent Act”?
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When the court orders a parent to pay child support, that parent is bound by a legal agreement to do just that. Failing to meet the agreement may result in contempt of court charges and civil or even criminal penalties.
 
If you pay child support, or are thinking about divorce and may have to pay child support in the future, it is important to pay attention to Florida’s family… Read More [+]