Giving Men An Equal Voice In Divorce

Clearwater, Florida, Divorce And Family Law Blog

After a gray divorce

Older persons might find their marriage is no longer working, so they file for divorce. The term gray divorce refers to such older persons in Florida and elsewhere choosing to end their marriage. Resources about gray divorce may discuss the reasons behind older...

What to consider before ending your marriage

Florida law treats men and women the same as it relates to property division, child custody or other divorce matters. Therefore, if you are a man contemplating a divorce, it may be possible to get your fair share of assets or financial support from your spouse. Of...

Making your business divorce-proof

Thousands of marriages in Florida end in divorce every year. Divorce always has financial implications, and for the owner of a business, these can be severe. But there are steps that you can take to ensure that your business survives and is in good hands if you end up...

Examining the “eight-year itch” in marriage.

Many Florida couples reach a point known as the “eight-year itch.” At this point in the marriage, spouses’ needs change, and couples often face irreconcilable differences that lead to divorce. Plateaus occur in marriage and usually resolve when couples work together;...

What are some reasons for divorce in Florida?

As of August 2023, data from Divorce.com puts the Florida divorce rate at 13%. This divorce rate is the sixth highest in the United States. Infidelity is a common conflict that causes divorce. However, a survey of divorced people revealed other conflicts that cause...

Co-parenting issues with a narcissist

Co-parenting has complexities, and reasonable divorced spouses might devise a plan that considers the child's best interests. Unfortunately, not every ex-spouse is reasonable, creating problems that might bring the former partners back into a Florida family court. One...

Unmarried fathers’ parenting rights

In the past, Florida unmarried fathers' rights in child custody matters were often overshadowed by the prevailing assumption that mothers were the primary caregivers. However, societal attitudes are evolving, and the legal system is adapting to recognize the essential...