Marital Infidelity – How Cheating Affects Divorce in Florida

Marital infidelity or cheating or unfaithfulness as it is commonly referred to occurs when a partner in a marriage goes outside the marriage to engage in a relationship with someone

Divorce & The Family Business: What to Consider

Distributing marital assets can be one of the most challenging and contentious aspects of a divorce. When it comes to dividing a family business, the stakes can be even higher.

Online Divorce in Florida: What You Need to Know

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its third year, it goes without saying that it has impacted the personal lives of Americans in countless ways, including in the areas of marriage and divorce.

Tips For Living Together While Separated

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its third year, it goes without saying that it has impacted the personal lives of Americans in countless ways, including in the areas of marriage and divorce.

How Florida Alimony Laws May Be Changing

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its third year, it goes without saying that it has impacted the personal lives of Americans in countless ways, including in the areas of marriage and divorce.

How COVID Is Impacting Marriage & Divorce

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its third year, it goes without saying that it has impacted the personal lives of Americans in countless ways, including in the areas of marriage and divorce.

7 Reasons to Use a Lawyer When Getting A Divorce

Getting a divorce or a “dissolution of marriage”, as it is called in Florida, is never easy. Some people believe that representing themselves in a dissolution of marriage can help

A Look at Property Division Rules in a Florida Divorce

Deciding to end a marriage is a major decision for both spouses, as it is signaling the end of an emotional connection and a division of assets collected during married

What You Should Do When a Parenting Plan Isn’t Followed

Married couples get divorced for many reasons. Some of the most common reasons are too much conflict or a lack of commitment. If there are children involved in the relationship,

Understanding Child Support: What To Know

Divorce happens for numerous reasons, but more often than not, best for both parties. Unfortunately, divorce can also be difficult for the custodial parent as they’ll essentially be tasked with