If you are court ordered to pay child support and lost your job due to COVID-19, business closure, layoff, natural disaster or other event not caused by you, your court ordered child support obligation does not automatically change or terminate.
Odds are – you hear the word divorce and cringe. Why is that? With half of all marriages ending in divorce, we all know someone who is divorced, has been divorced or who is going through a divorce. In fact, many adults are divorced. Of all the people we just identified, would any one of them wish they were remarried ...
In the last article, I broadly outlined the factors considered in determining whether to award alimony. In this article, I am going to briefly discuss was the six (6) types of alimony available under Florida law.
When married, the parties make various life decisions jointly through discussions, actions, or conduct. When the marriage ends, the income-earning spouse, who no longer enjoys the relationship benefits of marriage, is expected to continue to benefit the former spouse and pay for the other spouse’s financial support.
What does that even mean? Common questions you may never think to ask. What is family law? Family law is an area of the law referring to matters arising from a dissolution of marriage, annulment, an action for support unconnected with a dissolution of marriage.
Section 61.13, Florida Statutes, Florida has determined that both parents owe a duty of support to a child or children. Section 61.30, Florida Statutes provides the manner in which the amount owed by each parent is determined.
May 18, 2018 – 11:30 to 1:30 I am opening up a two-hour slot, at a reduced rate, for a few individuals who want to come in and ask some of those questions. You can stay for a minute or the whole two hours.
1. Obtain a copy of all of your joint financial records: bank statements, credit card statements, tax returns, insurance records, stock accounts, retirement accounts, mortgage statements, business records, trust records... everything.