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November 2018 Archives

Will I get a license suspension for not paying child support?

When the court orders you to pay child support in Florida, it becomes a legal obligation. You do not have a choice about whether or not to pay it. If you fail to pay your support as ordered by the court, you could face penalties. These penalties do include the suspension of your license. However, according to the Florida Department of Revenue, you do get plenty of chances to correct the situation before your driver's license suspension.

Vigilance can keep a divorce from hurting a person's credit score

When a couple is going through a divorce in Florida, it is inevitable that there will be periods where they are so distracted by the drastic changes to their familial relationships that they risk missing important details. Because divorce is such a complicated process, it is imperative that couples stay vigilant throughout their separation to prevent prolonging the process or compromising their financial future. 

Goals for improving your relationship with your children in 2019

The great thing about being a parent is that it never changes. No matter what happens between you and your ex, you will still always be the parent of your children. That means, to a certain extent, there is always the opportunity to improve the relationship you have with your children.

Challenges of same-sex divorce

Same-sex couples in Florida are now able to enjoy the same benefits of marriage as their heterosexual counterparts. Unfortunately, with marriage there also comes the possibility of divorce. While gay couples are free to divorce as well as marry, there are some complications that couples may encounter once they start the process. 

Alex Rodriguez and ex-wife spar in media over alimony

Alimony and spousal maintenance may be only meant to serve as a temporary form of financial assistance to help a former spouse get back on their feet financially. Thus, one who is obliged to pay such support may feel frustrated is they feel as though their ex-spouse no longer needs it. A drastic change in one's financial circumstances may also make it difficult for one to meet an alimony obligation. This may prompt a petition to either modify or end such an obligation. It may without saying that such action may be met with contention. 

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