Monthly Archives: May 2014

Floridians Upset With State’s Handling of Family Law

Going through any sort of family change can be rough, whether it’s a divorce, or changing a child support arrangement, or nullifying an existing spousal support agreement. Whenever loved ones are put into the middle of a situation, it can get very stressful very quickly. While it is understandable that...

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Couple Denied Same-Sex Divorce in Florida

There have been many stories in the news recently about homosexual couples being denied marriage licenses due to certain states not recognizing same-sex marriages, but rarely do you hear about couples being denied divorces for the same reason. However, that is exactly what happened for one lesbian couple living in...

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Careful With Retirement Accounts Post-Divorce

There are many aspects about divorces that are public knowledge, but for some strange reason, details about life after divorce are relatively hard to find. This is problematic, since the first few years after a divorce is finalized can be the most tumultuous part of the entire process, and can...

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Dealing With Credit Ratings After a Divorce

As anyone who has been through a divorce would tell you, the financial implications can be drastic. Not only does the loss of a second income make it harder to survive month-to-month, but stock accounts, retirement benefits , and even pensions can be partially taken away. Regardless of the exact...

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