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How to properly discuss alimony problems with your former spouse

Alimony might not be an easy subject for you and your former spouse. It's possible that the two of you do not agree on the amount being paid, even though it was determined by the court. You might think it's too low and your former spouse, who is making the payments, might think it is too high. Either way, you need to know how to properly discuss alimony problems with your former spouse.

Exploring parental kidnapping

Parental kidnapping is a serious crime not only in Florida, but also throughout the country. It is possible for a parent to kidnap their child. This often happens in families where there is a child custody agreement in place. It also occurs when one parent decides to leave the home with their child, doesn't tell the other parent and does not return.

Reviewing child support statistics

Child support is an important part of life for millions of parents and children. These payments are ordered by the court and help custodial parents care for their children whether or not they have a job. These payments might not always be made by the person ordered to make them, which often leads to serious problems between both parents. Let's look at some child support statistics in today's post.

Emotion is not the only factor when remarrying your ex

A lot can happen in a short amount of time. For example, you may have been surprised at how quickly your marriage unraveled and you found yourself heading for a divorce. Whether your divorce was amicable and easily settled or you and your spouse fought for every decision, you probably had many mixed emotions when it was over.

Protecting a collection using a prenuptial agreement

Deciding that it is time to get married is exciting. It is also stressful and worrisome. Do you really know the person you are exchanging vows with? We truly don't can't know anyone and their past. That's why signing a prenuptial agreement is an important step to take prior to getting married. Here's how you can protect a beloved collection using a prenuptial agreement.

When to request for an increase in alimony payments

As you likely already know, alimony payments will not last forever. Alimony is considered rehabilitative for one of the spouses from a marriage that has ended in divorce. The payments will only last until the recipient obtains a job or earns a degree or learns a new skill. Today, we will examine the times when you can request a change in alimony payments.

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