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How long does alimony last after a Florida divorce?

In many families, one spouse may work part-time or even leave the workforce altogether to support the family, handle household matters or raise children. These adults sacrifice income and the opportunity to command a higher wage through experience on the job.  Alimony...

What financial paperwork should you prepare for a divorce?

You have decided you are going to divorce. The only problem is, you have not told your spouse yet because you are afraid of how they might react. If you fear your spouse will react badly to the news, you might want to start some financial preparation in secret. If you...

Why do we now use no-fault divorce?

No-fault divorce is now thought of as the norm, but it wasn’t always that way. The first example of no-fault laws was only in 1953. Before that, people had to cite a reason to leave, blaming one party -- a wife may say that a husband had an affair, for instance. ...

Holiday gifts and child support: What you need to know

Holiday lay-aways have already started, and smart parents are already putting a few dollars aside for their kids' gifts. This year, your child has already started dropping hints about something big they really want. You think you might be able to swing the price, but...

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