What Can I Ask For In A Settlement Agreement? Florida is a no-fault divorce state, but no one expects your best friend for life, until death do you part, to give up without putting up a fight. Divorce is the time to plan for your future and your children’s future. Though equitable distribution of property…

What Can I Ask For In A Settlement Agreement? What happens during the mediation process is that the two parties involved agree on a settlement about topics such as child custody or the division of assets during a divorce. Some of the things that you are allowed to ask for during your mediation process are…

Is My Mediator Also My Attorney? When going through a divorce via mediation, it is important to know that you do not need to hire an attorney. A lot of people find themselves confused as to whether or not they actually need to hire an attorney for a mediation. You technically don’t need anyone other…

Does My Spouse Have To Attend My Mediation Sessions? When a couple decides to get a divorce through mediation, there are options for them to choose from. Mediators understand that a divorce is a very emotional time for those involved and it might be difficult to be in the same room as the spouse you are…

Just as a marriage brings serious change in a person’s life, divorce does as well. So much of your life revolves around your marriage and when that is no longer a factor, things are a lot different and therefore, you will be forced to adapt. Divorce can bring about financial changes, emotional changes, changes in…

The decision to get divorced is rarely an easy one for a couple to make, but sometimes it is the best option because the marriage simply does not work anymore. Once you’ve decided it’s time to get divorced, you will have to go through a number of steps in order to finalize this dissolution. You…

When a custody agreement is made, most of the time the parents are permitted to share custody of the children. However, in some situations, one parent is not given custodial rights and is instead only given visitation rights. In Florida, visitation is known as time sharing. Florida courts generally agree that parents should have the…

One of the biggest concerns that many people have about getting divorced is that the process will take too long. They want the marriage to end as soon as possible. However, this is not the case in many instances. Florida has a simplified divorce process but only certain couples are eligible to participate in this…

When a couple in Florida has decided that it is time to dissolve their marriage, there are a number of factors that must be taken into consideration. One of these factors is alimony, which requires one spouse to financially support the other spouse after the divorce has been finalized for a certain period of time. There…

Florida wants to ensure healthcare for all children. Health insurance, or lack thereof, is a major source of concern for many parents. Florida KidCare is available for children aged 19 and under and serves as a Medicaid program. Aside from the age requirement, there are a number of other various requirements that your children must meet…

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