Florida Alimony Reform: R.I.P.

Alimony reform in Florida will have to wait. With 35 days left in the Legislative session, the bills are not getting a hearing in either the House or the Senate, meaning the alimony reform bills will likely die in committee. Florida Alimony In Florida, alimony is...

Against All Odds: Voiding Prenups

What do prenups, and singer Phil Collins have in common? We will soon find out. Phil may be a witness in a divorce trial where Phil’s ex-wife is testing the validity of an agreement she signed with her new husband. As the Miami Herald reports, the five-day trial on...

Same Sex, Common Law Marriages

Florida deems common law marriages void. What about a common law marriage from another state? In many same-sex relationships, which were not legal until recently, that is now an issue. Groundbreaking New Case In South Carolina, Debra Parks wanted to be treated the...

No-Fault Divorce Around the World

A British woman who alleges she was “desperately unhappy” being married lost her divorce. Unlike Florida, many places require proving fault, you can lose your case, and have to stay married! As the BBC reports, Tini Owens, 66, asked the Court of Appeal to...

Alimony & Short Marriages

Married at First Sight’s Sonia Granados and Nick Pendergrast are filing for divorce “after almost a year of marriage.” The length of your marriage may impact the amount and length of alimony. Married at First Sight According to US Magazine, the could reports:...