How to prove that your marriage is irretrievably broken

By Mike Haynes, In Divorce Law, On 18, June, 2021

Florida is a no-fault divorce state. And, like most states, when couples enter into a divorce, usually both parties are…

Annulment, Mediation or Divorce: Knowing Your Options

By maritza, In Annulment, Mediation or Divorce, On 29, May, 2019

Are you at the point where you wished your marriage had never existed? If you’re ready to end your marriage,…

The Four Main Petitioners of Paternity Actions

By maritza, In Paternity Action, On 15, May, 2019

How you heard the phrase, “Who’s your daddy?” Paternity actions are not just for establishing parentage. Paternity actions are lawsuits…

When Can You Seek Child Support Modification?

By maritza, In Child Support, On 02, May, 2019

Child support payments can take a bite out of your monthly income and it can be difficult to make those…

Collaborative Divorce or Going to Court — Which is Right for you?

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 24, April, 2019

Nobody wants to go through the divorce process. It’s long, drawn-out, exhausting, and difficult. In some cases, though, it’s the…

Establishing Temporary Child Custody During a Divorce

By maritza, In Child Custody, On 16, April, 2019

Child custody battles often drag on for lengthy periods and can become heated. Because of that, many parents worry how…

How Divorce Affects your Will and Inheritance

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 09, April, 2019

There are many ways a will and subsequent inheritance can change. The most common reason is due to divorce. When…

Is Your Spouse Hiding Money During Your Divorce?

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 28, March, 2019

An Illinois accountant attempted to hide more than a half million dollars from his wife prior to their divorce. How…

5 Things to Know About Florida Child Support

By maritza, In Child Support, On 26, March, 2019

Divorce can be a difficult and emotional time for families. Throughout the process, divorcing spouses may be concerned with separating…

How Long Does a Divorce Take in Florida: Contested vs Uncontested Divorce

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 07, March, 2019

When you decide to end your marriage, you may have many questions running through your mind. No doubt you want…

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