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Can I Modify My Alimony Payments?
Can I Modify My Alimony Payments?

Life does not stay the same forever and, therefore, neither should your alimony payments. The court understands this and provides a way for an ex-spouse to request a modification. The receiving ex-spouse can also make a request to increase these payments if the other party’s ...

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Blog posts in Divorce

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    Now that summer is finally here and the kids are out of school, you and your ex-spouse are likely looking forward to spending some time with them and ...

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  • How Financial Affidavits Work in Divorce

    A financial affidavit is a document which both spouses are required to fill out during a Florida divorce, painting a complete picture of the family’s ...

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  • Temporary Custody & Alimony Explained

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  • The Role of a Magistrate in Your Divorce Case

    Most judges’ dockets are quite congested. In an effort to expedite the resolutions of the thousands of cases filed each year, cases are often referred ...

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  • How the Tax Plan Will Affect Alimony

    Congress’ massive tax overhaul is poised to affect virtually every aspect of American life—even divorce . President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts ...

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  • Common Mistakes That Make Divorce More Costly

    Divorce can be a hotly-contested legal battle, especially when it has to go to court. Although court litigation is associated with several expenses, ...

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  • Relocating After Filing for a Divorce

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  • The Role of Adultery in Your Divorce

    Florida is a no-fault divorce state, which essentially means that it grants divorces based on the premise that, unfortunately, sometimes marriages ...

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