CHILD TESTIMONY IN FLORIDA CUSTODY AND DIVORCE CASES It is not uncommon for a party in a Florida divorce or family law case to seek testimony from a child, particularly when time-sharing (a.k.a. "custody") is at issue. On occasion, a self-represented party will show up to court in one of my ... » Learn More about CAN A CHILD TESTIFY IN FLORIDA DIVORCE & CHILD CUSTODY CASES?
5 Tips to Consider When Going Through a Divorce #1 Take Care of Yourself This may seem like a “no brainer”, but many people underestimate the stress of the divorce process. Taking care of yourself includes, getting enough sleep, regular exercise and eating right. Keeping your body healthy will ... » Learn More about 5 Tips When Going Through a Divorce
Florida law allows a court to impute income to a non-working spouse for purposes of determining whether to award alimony and the amount of alimony to award. Here are factors Florida courts consider when imputing income to voluntarily unemployed spouses: 1) Is the unemployment ... » Learn More about Imputing Income in Florida when an Unemployed Spouse Demands Alimony