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How the Court Decides Child Support and Alimony

How the Court Decides Child Support and Alimony

Child support and alimony are two common financial obligations ordered by the courts following a divorce. Knowing how the court decides the amount and who receives it can prove beneficial in any case. Get the facts about what is owed to you following a legal separation. What is Child Support and How the Court Decides […]

What To Do If You Slip And Fall at a Grocery Store

What To Do If You Slip And Fall at a Grocery Store

When you are out running your daily errands, the last thing you expect is to be injured. A slip and fall due to someone’s else negligence can cause severe and lasting pain and possible financial hardship. Most falls occur because the business has not taken the proper measurements to ensure the safety of its patrons. […]

Restraining Order Facts

Restraining Order Facts

Dealing with an abusive or threatening individual can be stressful but you can take control by obtaining a restraining order. A restraining order will give you the added protection you need against a violent person. Before securing an order, it is important to first understand the facts. What is a Restraining Order? In Florida, a […]

Social Media Do’s and Don’ts During a Divorce

Social Media Do’s and Don’ts During a Divorce

While social media is great for connecting with friends and family, some issues shouldn’t be posted for Facebook friends to see. Social media is a part of most people’s everyday life, but it doesn’t mean you should post everything about your life or what you may be going through. For those who are going through […]

Re-evaluate The Alimony You Are Paying

Re-evaluate The Alimony You Are Paying

Have you been considering taking a look at the alimony you have been paying a former spouse? Maybe your financial circumstances have changed and you now have a significant reduction in your income. Or, perhaps you just found out that your ex-spouse has gotten a considerable raise. These situations are common and can often lead […]

What to do if your child support payments are not being used appropriately

What to do if your child support payments are not being used appropriately

Typically, following a divorce one of the parents receives monthly child support payments. The parent who usually receives these payments is known as the custodial parent. Or, the parent the children lives with most of the time. It is common for arguments to occur regarding the usage of child support payments. Most of the time, […]

How to Avoid an 18-Wheeler Accident

How to Avoid an 18-Wheeler Accident

While 18-wheelers are great for moving food and other goods across the country, they also have a high record of being involved in accidents. Due to their size and the force of impact they can cause, serious injuries and loss of life are common in 18-wheeler accidents. In order to avoid an 18-wheeler accident, follow […]

How to Handle Post-Custody Arrangements if Your Job Relocates You

How to Handle Post-Custody Arrangements if Your Job Relocates You

You know the dream job that you applied for in that awesome city with incredible benefits? Would you want to turn that down? Probably not! While Pensacola is a great place to live and raise a family, we understand that sometimes life takes you to new places or offers opportunities elsewhere! Now, let’s imagine having […]

Tactics Insurance Companies Use to Lower Your Car Accident or Personal Injury Claim

Tactics Insurance Companies Use to Lower Your Car Accident or Personal Injury Claim

If you have ever found yourself in a situation where you have been injured in a car accident or personal injury, there’s a pretty good chance that you have heard from the individual who was at-fault’s insurance company. However, their interests are opposite from yours considering the at-fault party is someone they insured. You deserve […]

How Deployment Affects Military Divorce Rate

How Deployment Affects Military Divorce Rate

Nobody thinks about divorce as they’re getting ready to walk down the aisle and say, "I Do", but unfortunately this is becoming a recurring theme in couples where one of them is actively serving in the military and serving multiple deployments at that. It seems as though longer and more frequent deployments are happening to […]