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State Representative Seeks to Curb High Divorce Rates in Florida

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

The divorce rate in Florida is too darn high, says state Representative Clay Yarborough. Although his attempt to pass a similar bill fell through during the last legislative session, Yarborough is trying his luck again. The bill, called the “Guide to a Healthy Marriage Act,” would require those applying for a marriage in Florida… Read More »

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What Can You Do if Your Spouse Refuses to Sign Divorce Papers?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

It’s not uncommon for one spouse to have reservations about signing divorce papers, even when the other spouse is completely through with them and no longer wants to be involved in the marriage. This affords them a tiny bit of leverage insofar as they can make the divorce take longer before the court dissolves… Read More »

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Is Child Support Just for the Child?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

There are a lot of myths surrounding child support in the State of Florida. These include the belief that child support payments must entirely be spent on things relating to the children and that child support “automatically stops” once the child turns 18. Indeed, there are many folks out there that have a huge… Read More »

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