Money long has been known to lead to stresses between couples, then often to divorce. However, it isn't just relationships among people in lower income brackets who argue over money. In fact, people who are well-off often financially also can find themselves divorcing, too.
When you get engaged, everything is hearts and flowers and champagne toasts. Life is going to be great.
Tragedies and disasters that strike families often lead to divorce. Now, months after Hurricane Michael hit Florida, a spike in divorces is expected.
If you know you're headed toward divorce, it's easy to sweat the big stuff and forget the small stuff.
It's a new year with new laws. And when it comes to family law, there are some big changes for residents of Florida and throughout the United States.
Sometimes, when a couple divorces, the two parties assemble a team that includes an attorney, an accountant and maybe a counselor. Now, some Florida residents are adding another member to that team: a divorce coach.
Discussions about money between spouses don't end when they divorce.
Anyone who has been through a divorce knows just how long, tough and emotional a divorce can be in Florida and throughout the United States.
Divorce is a word that no one wants to hear their spouse utter at any point in a marriage. It doesn't matter if you've been married one month, one year or 50 years; hearing your spouse say he or she wants a divorce is demoralizing. You immediately begin to think about what went wrong and how you could have done things differently. Here are some potential signs that divorce could be in your future.
A woman from Indiana has been awarded some $2 million in back child support when it was discovered that her presumed-dead husband was alive and living in Florida. The woman's husband mysteriously disappeared back in 1993 from their home in Hamilton County, Indiana.