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3 mistakes to avoid during divorce

When it is time to divorce, you and your spouse may find it is not as easy as it looks on television and in the movies. Mixing finances and lifestyles are much more enjoyable and easy to accomplish than separating them. Going through divorce in Orlando can become an emotionally scarring process that erupts into conflict. 

3 types of spousal support you should know about

If you are contemplating divorce in Florida, it is important for you to consider all possibilities to plan for a better outcome. One issue that you may encounter if you are the higher earning spouse is alimony. On the surface, it involves the lower-earning or nonworking spouse to receive financial support from the other. Upon deeper inspection, you may soon find out there are different levels of alimony that can have a significant impact on your finances. 

Do you know the 50-mile rule relative to child custody?

When you and your spouse divorced and established your child custody agreement, you could not look very far into the future. However, circumstances change, and now you have the opportunity to take a new job with more pay and better benefits. The only problem is that you will have to relocate from Orlando to Miami. This is a long distance and exceeds the 50-mile rule.

How alimony works in Florida

Alimony, or spousal maintenance, often numbers among top areas of concern for Florida couples starting the divorce process. People want to know how much they can expect, how long payments will continue and how courts determine appropriate amounts.

3 driving offenses that can be felonies

Drivers should never underestimate the importance of safe driving techniques. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, over 35,000 people die in a given year in motor vehicle accidents. To imagine that many of these fatalities were avoidable only highlights the tragedy. It is no wonder, then, that courts often regard people charged with driving-related offenses harshly.

Will my children’s child support end when they turn 18?

Child support payments are necessary for many parents in Florida. The money helps pay for youngsters’ food, clothing and housing, to name a few essentials. One concern parents may have is whether the payments stop when their child turns 18. After all, the child might still be in high school and living at home, or have college plans.

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