Posts tagged "Divorce"

Child custody and the best interests standard

Child custody is one of the most highly contested divorce legal issues. It is not limited to those who are dissolving their marriages, as parents of children born out of wedlock can also face child custody disputes. Oftentimes in these situations each parent believes they know what is best for their child, but their visions don't always align. When this occurs, the matter can be challenging to negotiate and may be left in the hands of a judge.

What is collaborative divorce?

The divorce process can be one that is filled with tension and animosity. In many cases, Floridians simply cannot come together to effectively resolve many divorce legal issues, including property division, child custody, and spousal support. A lot of the conflict found throughout marriage dissolution can be attributed to a loss of trust between the parties involved, but not all couples want to go head-to-head over every single legal issue they are forced to confront.

Florida's requirements for divorce

Floridians who find their marriages deteriorating often turn to divorce to bring their relationships to an end and to secure a fresh start. This process often involves blame, with each party accusing the other of causing marital strife. Before proceeding with marriage dissolution though, individuals need to fully understand the requirements that must be met before a court will grant a dissolution petition.

The different types of alimony in Florida

The divorce process is important for a number of reasons. Perhaps chief amongst them is the fact that the outcome of many divorce legal issues can rewrite one's financial standing. Poorly negotiated and litigated marriage dissolutions can leave individuals facing financial hardship post-divorce and, by that time, it is often too late to remedy the situation. This is why matters like property division, child support, and alimony must be aggressively dealt with when necessary. This week we'll take a quick look at the different types of alimony that can be awarded in Florida.

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