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How Can I Prepare for My Temporary Order Hearing?

Posted on : October 28, 2019
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In divorces involving child custody, spousal support, and other critical family legal matters, a temporary hearing may be scheduled. Usually, these are soon after the divorce is filed, leaving many families feeling unprepared. Here’s what to do to get ready for your temporary order hearing.  What Is a Temporary Order Hearing?  A divorce settlement often…

When Can I Stop Paying Spousal Maintenance in Florida?

Posted on : September 28, 2019
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Alimony, also called spousal maintenance, is a form of financial relief that courts grant some lesser earning spouses during and after a divorce. This monthly payment helps the lesser earning spouse get back on their feet, but can be challenging to pay. If you were ordered to pay spousal support, when can you legally stop? …

Will Temporary Child Custody Orders Become Permanent?

Posted on : August 18, 2019
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When a married couple who shares a child files for divorce, who the child will live with must be determined. However, Florida courts don’t take this decision lightly and spend time going over the various factors that go into making a custody determination. This often takes months or more; in the meantime, the child must…

Do You Need a Forensic Accountant If You’re Getting a Divorce?

Posted on : July 31, 2019
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Financial matters are one of the most crucial parts of a divorce, along with child custody matters. Alimony, property division, and child support are usually always present during divorces in some combination, and it can be difficult to navigate these very important issues. If you work with a forensic accountant, you can be sure that…

Is My Child Support Order Good Permanently?

Posted on : June 24, 2019
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A child support order is important for both parents in a Florida divorce. The receiving parent might come to depend on it for the child’s expenses and the other party could be concerned about continuing to make those payments on time. Florida Child Support Order Basics In the course of making temporary or permanent orders…

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