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January 2015 Archives

Divorce Corp. is a documentary pushing for alimony reform

Alimony, sometimes referred to as spousal support, is money one individual is ordered to pay to his or her ex-spouse following a divorce. Last year, Florida lawmakers attempted to pass a bill to stop permanent alimony, but, due to a veto by the governor, the bill never became law. Florida residents who are struggling financially due to court-ordered alimony payments may be interested in Divorce Corp. and the growing push for reforms.

Stevie J. arrested for back child support, then fails drug test

Many fans may remember Stevie J. from the role he played in a popular reality TV show, "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta". Florida residents who are not fans may also be interested in his story as he is now in legal hot water after a recent arrest for failure to pay child support. He is scheduled to appear for a child support arraignment in February.

Does a raise in income mean higher alimony payments?

Many former spouses are ordered to pay alimony on a monthly basis. Alimony in Florida is a certain amount of money paid out to ex-spouses following a divorce.  Sometimes, spousal support is increased for certain reasons. In one case, a man's income increased, and the ex-wife filed for modification.

Why prenuptial agreements are important

Anyone could be at risk for divorce, and it is important for assets to be protected. Of course, many Florida couples do not feel comfortable having discussions about finances prior to getting married, but it is beneficial for both parties to be on the same page. Most people are under the assumption that prenuptial agreements are only for the wealthy, but that is untrue, and even individuals with little to no assets could benefit from having these agreements.

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