How to Talk About a Prenup Without Getting Dumped

It may come as a surprise when you find out this fact: Prenups are on the rise. According to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, more than half of attorneys have seen an increase in the number of prenuptial agreements being sought. Those looking to have them written? Millennials. Just because prenups are becoming more READ MORE

By | 2018-03-22T11:06:37+00:00 March 19, 2018|Family Law|

New Tax Laws May Make Divorce More Difficult

Divorce is incredibly stressful, and it may be made more so by the new tax laws. We've discussed the changes to alimony laws in past articles, and now divorce attorneys are predicting that divorce may be even more stressful thanks to the tax plan that passed earlier this year. Over the last seven decades, the READ MORE

By | 2018-03-21T17:41:49+00:00 March 16, 2018|In the News|

Caring for Yourself During a Divorce

If you are going through a divorce, you know how difficult it is. Unfortunately, the more stressed out and anxious you become, the more likely you are to make a mistake that could have a lasting impact. People who experience high levels of stress during their divorce are more likely to opt for settlements that READ MORE

By | 2018-03-16T10:04:12+00:00 March 12, 2018|Divorce|

Divorce Considered Adverse Childhood Event

A new report titled "The Prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences, Nationally, by State, and by Race or Ethnicity" names divorce as a childhood event that can have adverse effects on young people. There are several events that can add up in such a way that childhood development and adult behaviors are negatively impacted --- divorce READ MORE

By | 2018-03-15T14:05:39+00:00 March 9, 2018|In the News|

How Losing Your Job Affects Child Support

You've been ordered to pay child support based on your income. That income is based on your continued employment. So what happens when you lose your job? Your child support payments don't disappear. Even if you can't pay your child support, ignoring it is one of the worst things you can do. Your payments will READ MORE

By | 2018-03-10T09:01:01+00:00 March 5, 2018|Child Support|

Man Served Child Support Papers for Another’s Child

A man in Florida received a letter from police demanding that he pay back child support. The man questioned why he needed to pay support as the child in question wasn't his own. The Florida Department of Revenue is claiming that they are unsure why the man was served with paperwork. The man was initially READ MORE

By | 2018-03-08T10:33:41+00:00 March 2, 2018|In the News|

Avoid These Common Divorce Mistakes

A divorce is not only emotional, it's complicated. You are trying to change your life to one that is lived as a single person, determine your new financial situation, help your children adjust and maybe even looking for a new place to live. With all that you have going on, it can be easy to READ MORE

By | 2018-02-28T08:54:30+00:00 February 26, 2018|Divorce|

Rawlins Doesn’t Let Divorce Dampen Her Love for Orlando

Chances are that if you live in Orlando, you've at least heard of Phil and Kay Rawlins, if not met them in person. Phil has become known as the face of the city. If Phil is the face, people say that Kay is the heart. After what turned into a bitter divorce, many thought that READ MORE

By | 2018-02-27T10:50:07+00:00 February 23, 2018|In the News|

Florida Lawmakers Want Exceptions for Some Child Marriages

The Senate voted to ban the issuance of marriage licenses to minors, but the House is prepared to make a change that would allow some teens to marry, despite their age. Marriage in the case of teen pregnancies may be permissible in the state if some lawmakers have their way. The Senate approved a ban READ MORE

By | 2018-02-19T11:06:13+00:00 February 16, 2018|In the News|