The New Alimony Bill

Three years ago, Governor Rick Scott vetoed a controversial alimony reform bill at least in part because it had a retroactive provision, which likely made it unconstitutional.  Today another controversial alimony reform bill (the new alimony bill) sits on his desk awaiting either his signature or another veto.  What will he do?  No one knows for sure.  He has fourteen days to sign it or veto it.  If he does neither, it becomes law.

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What Happens When a Custodial Parent Moves?

Divorces are often long and complicated procedures, and there are several key factors to keep in mind if you intend on divorcing your spouse. The process of ending a marriage can become incredibly complicated if you have children. Despite all of the disputes that you may face—from alimony to property division and everything in between—it is always important to keep your children’s best interests in mind.

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4 Mistakes Women Make in Divorce

Thousands of people across the United States face divorce every year, and even the smoothest and most mature divorces bring with them stress and complications. While there are seldom any differences between how a man and how a woman will experience the actual proceedings, studies suggest that women are more at risk of losing their current lifestyles and standard of living following a divorce.

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2 Types of Florida Alimony

If you are considering divorcing your spouse, or if your spouse has already filed for divorce, you will have to confront alimony or spousal support at some point. It is an inescapable part of the divorce process, and if your spouse earns more than you, there is a chance that a Florida court will order him or her to pay you alimony.

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3 Ways to Cope with Divorce

Divorce is never an easy process, even if you’re using the best los angeles divorce lawyers there is. Even if you and your spouse acknowledge that your marriage has broken down beyond repair, it is still difficult to come to terms with the concept of divorce. No longer living together, communication changing, splitting, and sharing assets, it’s all a lot to comprehend. In spite of this, the American Psychological Association claims that as many as 40 percent to 50 percent of couples in America will divorce, and even more continue to divorce in their second and subsequent marriages.

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