Is one attorney for both parties a good idea?
Providing child support for adult children with special needs
Why can I only recover two years of retroactive child support?
In part 1 of this post, we talked about college and professional degrees that spouses earned during marriage and how Florida courts handle those degrees in divorce. As we described, our courts have said that a degree is not an asset to divide in divorce like real estate, personal property or a bank account. It is also not proper to use a degree as a basis for a lump sum (one time) alimony payment.
Choosing the right county in which to file your Florida divorce
The concept of “innocent spouse” status
Conflict of interest in attorney-client representation
Service of process in Florida Department of Revenue administrative proceedings
Don’t forget your will and life insurance policies!
Protective orders against cyberstalking