Monthly Archives: December 2014

Child Support Increase ‘Too Much’ According to Miami Heat Player

Mario Chalmers, point guard for the Miami Heat, has been in court a few times in recent years discussing child support for his daughter. He has been in court again recently, this time fighting a court order that increased his monthly child support amount to $10,000 a month. Chalmers's ex-girlfriend,...

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Tips on being Ready for Anything, Even Divorce

As the saying goes, the best way to prevent a problem is to be prepared for it in the first place. Fortunately, no matter what issue you're facing, someone has been there before, and has documented the pitfalls and secrets so that you don't have to learn by experience. This...

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Creed Singer’s Wife Seeks Full Custody in Divorce

With hits such as "Higher" and "With Arms Wide Open," the band Creed's albums have sold over 25 million copies, and spent more than a year (cumulatively) in the #1 spot. For the early 2000s, you almost couldn't turn on the radio without a Creed hit greeting you. Since 2004,...

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Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence

We like to highlight community agencies that are doing great work in our midst.  The Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence is one of them.   They maintain a long list of 42 certified local agencies statewide;  they provide hotlines and a variety of outreach services all over the state.  You can...

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Who Still Finds Prenuptial Agreements Taboo?

Marrying couples are long overdue for removing the stigma associated with prenuptial agreements. When will we stop regarding this critical legal aspect of marriage as merely ‘taboo’ and start recognizing it for what it really is – an intelligent arrangement between responsible adults. We learn pretty early on in life...

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50/50 Parenting Can Put Parents Ahead of Their Kids

Whether you’ve been tuned into things or not, there’s currently a heated national debate taking place regarding child custody. The November 2014 election cycle saw states like North Dakota vote on equal parenting time, a cause championed by the “Parental Rights Initiative”. This controversial measure ultimately failed, by what many...

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