Archive for January, 2018

Family Law App Attempts to Demystify Florida Legal Matters
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Category: Family Law


A new mobile app for Floridians is attempting to smooth out legal processes for low-income families. The idea is to improve access to necessary forms and instructions, while also offering additional helpful features designed to streamline the process and make family law matters easier for people to handle.
Is it really all it’s cracked up to be, though? Below, we’re going to go over what’s in the app –… Read More [+]

How Florida Couples Tell Parents They’re Getting a Divorce
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Category: Divorce | Family Law


You’ve probably seen lots of advice out there on how to tell your children about your divorce. Which makes sense. If you have kids with your spouse, they’re the ones who are going to be the most directly impacted by your decision to divorce.
Kids, however, aren’t the only ones who will be affected by your divorce. To some degree or other, your new reality mean changes for… Read More [+]

How the New Tax Bill Is Set to Change Alimony in Florida
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Category: Alimony | Family Law


You probably already know that the new tax bill will create sweeping changes in a number of areas, but you might not have heard that alimony is where some of the biggest changes will occur. Here’s what you need to know about current alimony laws, the changes set to occur, and how they are likely to affect you.
Florida Alimony Law as It Stands
Alimony in Florida is… Read More [+]

Strategies to Get Your Spouse to Pay Child Support in Florida
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Category: Child Support


Nothing is more frustrating than trying to raise your child on a limited budget when your ex isn’t helping with money. Parenting is expensive, and unexpected costs can arise suddenly. If you’re stretched to your limits just trying to cover the basics with your income, a bit of extra from your child’s other parent can really help.
Below, we’re going to talk about some strategies you can employ to encourage… Read More [+]