Posted at 05:31h
Legal Separation in Florida
Many people ask us, What Are the Grounds for Legal Separation in Florida? Some states do have legal separation, and separation has its own set of rules that may be different from divorce in that state.
However, Florida does not have legal separation. ...
Posted at 11:45h
Inheritance and Divorce
If you or your spouse has received an inheritance, then the inheritance may become an issue of contention in your divorce. Whether or not the inheritance is 100% the property of the spouse who received it is a simple question with a complicated...
Posted at 00:59h
Getting the House All to Yourself:
Exclusive Use and Possession of the Marital Home
Exclusive use and possession of the marital home means that one spouse gets to live in the marital home and the other spouse cannot live there, even though they both technically own it....
Posted at 20:41h
Small Business Valuation and Other Small Business Issues in Divorce
If either spouse owns a small business, the Florida divorce process can present unique challenges as to business valuation and other issues. The spouse who runs the small business will invariably think the business is worth...
Posted at 20:48h
in Child Support
If one spouse is either voluntarily unemployed or underemployed, the other spouse can ask for the judge to impute income to that spouse for alimony or child support purposes. Imputing income is never a guarantee, but it can be a powerful motivator to encourage...
Posted at 20:42h
Can I have my marriage annulled?
Every now and then, we have someone ask can I get my marriage annulled? Florida law does allow you to annul a marriage, but annulments are very rare. An annulment would make it like you never got married. Ordinarily, there...
Posted at 09:47h
Prenuptial agreements are sometimes called ante nuptial agreements. It makes sense to address them in the context in which they arise. We are either talking about you having a prenup written today for a marriage yet to come (see Part II), or we are talking...
Posted at 11:34h
By reading our website, you may see some mention of what are called “expert witnesses.” Read on to find out what these people are, and how they may become key players in your case.
An expert witness is a professional who is uniquely qualified to testify...
Do you have “baby daddy drama”? Is the father of your child not paying you child support, is he suing you for paternity, seeking child support from you, denying you time with your child, or otherwise being a thorn in your side? We can help.
Posted at 11:34h
My spouse and I can agree for there to be no child support.
FACT: It is not legal to agree for there to be no child support. The child support is for the benefit of the child, and neither parent can waive the child’s right...