5 Steps to Filing Uncontested Divorce in Florida

An uncontested divorce is one where both spouses agree on the divorce and the settlement that follows. This means that neither spouse holds the other one solely responsible for the divorce. Here are some of the steps you must take when filing uncontested divorce. File a petition In order to start the process of filing…

3 Most Common Family Law Issues Surrounding Divorce

Family law issues encompass many different types of legal matters. Family law is sort of an umbrella term for practice areas that deal with families or family members who are involved in conflicts that require legal action. Many people automatically think family law involves divorce help, which is true, but there are other things besides…

4 of the Most Common Reasons Marriages End In Divorce

When two people get married, they usually aren’t worrying that their precious union will come crumbling down one day. The euphoria of being in love casts most fears and worries of divorce out of the minds of young, newlywed couples. Unfortunately, divorce does happen, even to the happiest of newlyweds. If you could avoid divorce,…

Can You Modify Child Support Agreements In Florida?

No matter the circumstances, going through a divorce is a complex and emotional process. But when children are involved, they are even more so. You will likely have a lot of questions surrounding parental responsibility and financial obligations in the years to come, and one of the many reasons you should find a divorce lawyer…

New Florida Alimony Bill

Florida’s alimony laws were written at a time when more women were stay-at-home-moms and marriages were “until death do us part.” Those days are long gone but alimony laws haven’t changed to meet the times. Unfortunately, permanent alimony in certain cases is still the law and can last until death. In 2013 and 2016 bills…