Military Divorce

Military Divorce Laws in Florida

Florida military divorce is complicated and stressful. From filing the military divorce proceedings to spousal retirement benefits, the process involved requires a lot of time and effort to completely close the divorce case successfully. Though military divorce is not so different from civilian divorce, there are several unique rules and requirements for U.S service members…

Divorce Couple

Modification After A Divorce

Unknowingly for most Floridian divorce couples, they have the notion that after the finalization of divorce ruling there is nothing more to do, say or change with arrangements, which applies to the future situation. Under the Florida divorce decree, there are circumstantial events or situations that a need for modification can still be requested and…

Divorce journal

I Kept a Jоurnаl Dосumеntіng our Turbulent Mаrrіаgе and I Plan tо Fіle Fоr Dіvоrсе. Cоuld it be Uѕеd Against Me?

A kept journal is beneficial during the petition of divorce proceedings. Divorce is a tedious process involving perplexing proceedings especially if the petition incorporates an adversarial dispute. If marriage no longer works, most Americans resort to the filing of a Petition for Divorce. This proceeding adversely affects not only the bond of the marriage but…

Dating While Going Through a Divorce

Can I Date Other People While Going Through A Divorce? Will This Impact Custody For My Children?

Dating in the midst of a divorce may impact your ability to spend time with your children. Florida Law does not prohibit dating during an on-going Petition for Divorce. However, dating may aggravate and may eventually impact one’s ability to obtain time-share with children. Dating may result in additional felonies including adultery and other similar…