What Florida’s No-Fault Laws Mean for a Divorce

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 03, February, 2015

Florida is a no-fault divorce state. This means that either party can claim that their marriage is irretrievably broken. It…

How to Prove that Your Union is “Irretrievably Broken”

By maritza, In Divorce Law, On 29, December, 2014

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

How to Take the Sting Out of a Prenuptial Agreement

By maritza, In Family Law, On 22, December, 2014

Nothing can take the romance out of getting married more than a prenuptial agreement. But, unlike ten years ago, prenuptial…

Tips for Playing Fair While Negotiating Parental Responsibility

By maritza, In Paternity Action, On 15, December, 2014

Often parental responsibility is when divorces get ugly. Communicating with a spouse that you are divorcing is difficult. Furthermore, deciding…

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