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Marital Misconduct in Your Divorce

Divorces occur for many different reasons.  Since Florida is a “no fault” divorce state, your reasons for divorce aren’t legally important. The only requirement is that your marriage is “irretrievably broken.”  But, don’t be misled by the phrase “no fault.” Even though fault (marital misconduct) is not a legally required basis for divorce, it can...

Florida Alimony – What’s on the Menu?

Alimony remains a hot topic in Florida divorce law. Florida law currently offers divorcing couples a smorgasbord of alimony possibilities, so long as one spouse can prove both a need for alimony and the other spouse’s ability to pay alimony. Currently on the legal menu are temporary alimony, bridge the gap alimony, rehabilitative alimony, durational...

Voiding the Florida Homestead Exemption To Collect Support Arrearages

Florida has a well-deserved reputation as a haven for debtors. One of the state’s most attractive offerings is Florida’s constitutional exemption of homestead property from forced sale by creditors. Residents of other states who find themselves unable to pay their debts often decide that Florida offers an unbeatable combination of sunshine, beaches and protection from...

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