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What is permanent alimony?

During a divorce, the court can award spousal support. One spouse will pay the other money to help him or her financially. It may occur during or after the divorce process as there are a few different alimony options in Florida. One specific way the court may set...

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What to know about your high net worth divorce

In theory, divorces are all the same. However, high-net-worth divorces can be more complicated. The rules about divorces are situation-specific. That said, all situations tend to have similar answers to common questions. So here is some general information about...

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Parenting plan violations in Florida

Getting a divorce can lead to various challenges if you have kids. Aside from child support, you could experience serious problems due to parenting plan violations. Whether your ex accuses you of violating your time-sharing schedule or you cannot spend time with your...

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What is birdnesting?

One of the most challenging aspects of divorce with children, after breaking the news, is figuring out living situations. If you are at the beginning of your divorce process, you likely need some space from your ex in order to plan for your next steps. However, you...

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What influences child support calculations?

Divorce when you share children with your spouse often means a requirement to pay child support in Florida. For the duration of a custody agreement, you will need to consistently contribute to the financial needs of your children. As you prepare to face this new...

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Why do wealthier couples have more amiable divorces?

Assets have an unquestionable impact on divorce in many ways. It is one of the main reasons that people decide to get divorced in the first place. But do more assets equal bigger problems during the divorce process itself? The impact of wealth on arguments According...

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How Florida determines alimony payments

Alimony is not calculated using objective measurements. According to Florida Statutes, the court considers adultery, length of the marriage, contributions to the marriage, sources of income, earning capacities and the standard of living for each spouse. Any other...

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