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How Long After Alimony Is Awarded Before I Start Receiving Payments

How Long After Alimony Is Awarded Before I Start Receiving Payments?

If you are seeking alimony in a divorce, you may have many questions about the process and what to expect. One common question that arises is, "How long after alimony is awarded before I start receiving payments?" This is a crucial question, as alimony can provide important financial support during and after divorce proceedings. Below, we provi [...]

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What Do Common Time Sharing Arrangements Look Like?

When parents divorce or unmarried parents do not live together, they must address child-related legal matters, including custody and child support. Child support is often a standardized calculation under state laws, so the issue can be relatively straightforward. Parents, on the other hand, can make custody a contested and complex matter. Child [...]

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Dividing Assets in a Divorce KLG Florida

How Are Assets Divided during Divorce?

Each divorce is unique, and each state has its own laws governing the divorce process. However, one requirement is present in nearly every U.S. divorce case: spouses must determine how to divide their shared property, assets, and debts.  Whether a couple has minimal assets or massive wealth, this can be a contentious sticking point in many [...]

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Upset child caught in the midst of her parents' dispute over child custody following a divorce, experiencing the emotional strain of the situation.

What Do I Do if I Suspect or Have Proof My Ex Is Putting My Child at Risk?

When you share custody of your child, you may worry when their other parent has them. People take different approaches toward parenting and do not always agree on how to co-parent healthily. Some situations escalate and create a serious cause for concern over your child’s safety and well-being.  If you believe your ex is putting your chi [...]

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How Much Alimony Can I Expect to Receive?

Alimony, also known as spousal support or maintenance, is financial support paid by one spouse to the other after a divorce or separation. Alimony assists the lower-earning spouse in maintaining a similar standard of living post-divorce. The amount of alimony a spouse may receive depends on various factors and can vary significantly from case to c [...]

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Can I Get Alimony While Still Married

Can I Get Alimony While Still Married?

When you hear the term alimony, you might picture a divorced couple, with one party providing financial support to the other. But in some circumstances, a married person can receive alimony. Reach out a St. Petersburg spousal support and alimony lawyer for legal assistance and help. Schedule a Free Initial Consultation a.onsite-btn { c [...]

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What Factors Are Considered When Determining Child Custody

What Factors Are Considered When Determining Child Custody?

Child custody determinations are a highly emotional aspect of the divorce process. The decisions made during these proceedings influence parents' relationships with their children and the child's well-being. Parents, caregivers, and legal practitioners can explain the factors that courts often consider when determining child custody, which Florida [...]

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Can I Pay My Alimony Directly to My Ex

Can I Pay My Alimony Directly to My Ex?

Navigating the complexities of divorce can be challenging, and alimony adds another layer of complication to the process. Alimony—financial support that one spouse pays to another after a divorce—is an obligation that may have significant effects on both parties' lives. "Can I pay my alimony directly to my ex?" is a common question. While i [...]

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Florida Senate Bill 1416: What You Need to Know

In the arena of family law, changes often come with mixed feelings and far-reaching implications, especially when these changes affect matters dear to us, such as our children and financial stability. One such example is Florida Senate Bill 1416 (2023). This bill, which Senator Joe Gruters initiated, introduces significant changes to divorce, a [...]

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Changes to Floridas Child Custody and Time Sharing Laws

Understanding CS/HB 1301: Changes to Florida’s Child Custody and Time-Sharing Laws

The intricate world of family law can fluctuate and change, often leaving parents and guardians confused. One recently passed Florida law aims to simplify and streamline parenting decisions. It is CS/HB 1301, also known as the Parenting and Time-sharing of Minor Children Bill. This crucial legislation modifies child custody and time-sharing law [...]

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