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When can you seek to lower or eliminate alimony payments?

Since your divorce, you have been paying alimony to your ex. Maybe you reached a spousal support agreement yourselves, with the help of your attorneys. Maybe you couldn't agree on an amount, so a judge had to get involved to make the decision. However it was done, your spousal support payments were likely based in large part on your financial situation and that of your soon-to-be ex.

What causes divorce? According to some, these issues might

Whether you've been married for 30 years or are one of many newlyweds in Florida, if you're married, you've likely learned that there are good days, bad days and some in between. Like life, marriage is more of a journey than a single event. Various circumstances, people and issues can impact your marital relationships.

Tracking and reimbursing shared child-related expenses

If you and your co-parent are sharing custody of your children and you have roughly the same income, you may have decided to share child-related expenses rather than put a child support order in place. You may both have every intention of paying your fair share of things like school fees, clothes, medical expenses and more. However, sometimes the everyday realities of sharing expenses can get messy.

What if your co-parent or child resists the visitation schedule?

Recently, we discussed the issue of people who withhold visitation from their co-parents because they aren't meeting their child support obligations. As we noted, support and visitation are two different matters. They're decided separately by courts, with children's best interests in mind. That means one parent can't keep the other parent from court-ordered access to a child because they're behind on child support.

Divorcing parents of toddlers have unique challenges

Parenting toddlers can be exhausting and frustrating, but also extremely rewarding. They seem to be learning new things every day. They're beginning to comprehend more about the world around them and to explore it within the boundaries set by their parents and other caretakers.

Why you can't deny visitation if your ex won't pay child support

You received primary custody of your children in the divorce, and your co-parent has generous visitation rights. He was ordered to pay child support. However, some months he doesn't pay the full amount or doesn't get around to making a payment until weeks after it was due. He's always got some reason, but you know that he could make the payments if he really wanted to do.

What exactly is an uncontested divorce?

If you and your spouse want to end your marriage and move on, but you do not want to hash things out in court, the good news for you is that you do not have to. There are options for couples who wish to handle the situation quickly, quietly and without all the drama going to court can bring. One option available to Florida residents is the uncontested divorce.

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