Blog Posts in 2014

Are My Social Security Benefits Used for Child Support Calculations?

Child support is confusing enough on its own, let alone when you get social security benefits involved. Do benefits count as income? If so, will I be required to pay more support than I am already? If ...
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What is a 730 Evaluation?

A 730 evaluation, also known as a Child Custody evaluation, is an examination into the mental health and parenting styles of one or both of the parents in a custody case. While a judge is the one that ...
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Can My Children Choose Which Parent to Live With?

When parents of a child are not living with one another, they will have to come up with a parenting schedule that provides the child significant time with each parent. Parents must determine what ...
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Can The Judge Make My Lender Take My Name Off The House?

Dividing property in a divorce can become very difficult particularly when both you and your spouse are listed as joint owners on your house. If one person is to take over possession of the house, it ...
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Do I Have To Pay For Private School?

One of the questions that parents sometimes ask when we are working with them to determine child support or to negotiate a modification of a child support agreement, is whether or not they will be ...
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How is Child Support Calculated in a Florida Divorce?

When a married couple with children gets divorced, child custody and child support are two very important issues which must be resolved prior to the divorce being finalized. State laws govern how ...
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What Will Happen In My Divorce If I Saved All The Money And My Spouse Did Not Work?

Our state is what is known as an equitable distribution state. This means that all marital assets and debts will be divided as close to 50/50 as possible between the two parties, providing that ...
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What If My Spouse Had An Affair?

When one spouse has an extramarital affair it can leave the other spouse feeling betrayed and wondering what the future holds. If you are considering filing for divorce, due to the fact that your ...
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Can The Judge Make Us Go To Counseling?

There are two primary reasons a married couple can list when filing a petition for divorce in our state. The first is when one party has been declared legally incompetent for a period lasting more ...
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What If They Do Not Answer A Divorce Petition?

Even with the best intentions, not all marriages last. When a married couple comes to the joint decision that their marriage is irretrievably broken they will need to file a Petition for Dissolution ...
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