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How is Alimony Determined in a Florida Divorce?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Alimony is currently a very hot topic in Florida, so what’s true today may not be true tomorrow. Nonetheless, it’s always an issue when a couple unties the knot. In terms of pure economic questions, there are a few things to consider in a Florida divorce. Alimony is one of those things. Others include… Read More »

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Martha Suglaski and Robert Reich Begin High-Profile Divorce

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Robert Reich has filed papers to petition the court for a divorce from his wife who happens to be high-profile media personality, Martha Sugalski. The two spoke at length about their difficulty conceiving children after a number of failed attempts and at least one miscarriage. They also spoke openly about the joy of having… Read More »

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How Courts Decide Child Custody in Florida

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

You can come to the table ready to decide every aspect of your divorce, but child custody and arrangements are the one thing that the court must approve regardless of yours or your spouse’s wishes. However, in 2008, the Florida legislature passed sweeping regulations that broadened child custody considerations and changed some of the… Read More »

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