Florida Lawmakers Considering a Mandatory Marriage Guide for Couples It is likely fair to say that most couples seek advice from close friends, family or respected peers before tying the knot with a partner. Even so, voluntarily seeking out advice from respected individuals is a far cry from a legal mandate requiring couples to read […]
Is Failing to Make Mortgage Payments Based on a Marital Settlement Agreement Grounds for Contempt? In Florida family law, parties are expected to obey court orders pertaining to child and spousal support. If a party disobeys such a court order, the other party may file a motion for contempt that can lead to fines or […]
As you begin to count your blessings this November, your divorce likely won’t be at the top of your list. However, there’s actually a surprising number of reasons to be grateful for your divorce. Here’s a few to consider: 1. You are able to be a stronger, more independent person. Divorce is challenging in many […]
Florida law surrounding common law marriage.
How to avoid the most frequent slips in Prenuptial agreements
If infidelity is the cause of a divorce, the court may still take that into consideration.
If you called off your engagement, you may want to be prepared to turnover your ring.
Prenuptial agreements can be created at any age.
Spying on your spouse’s behavior should not be your method of obtaining evidence.