There’s an App for That: Child Support

In today’s world, we rely on our phones and computers for just about everything. We utilize alerts on our phones to remind us of things at the appropriate time, automatic bill pay is available for many monthly bills, and countless apps are available to make life easier. If there is a need, someone will create… Read more

Can Good Money Habits Turn a Marriage Around?

Bypassing a potential divorce could be directly related to how you and your spouse choose to tackle your finances. Statistics show that typically January can be a brutal month for divorces, with rates tripling during the first month of the year, once the holiday rush has settled and real life resumes. In many cases, divorces… Read more

Four Predictors of Divorce, and What You Can Do

According to an extensive study done by researchers over a 14 year span, data suggests that nearly 100 percent of the time, there are four behavioral tendencies among couples that can almost surely be harbingers of divorce. Thankfully, Robert Levenson and John Gottman, psychologists at the University of California-Berkely and the University of Washington respectively,… Read more

Why Parenting Plans are Important in Divorce

The children come first. That’s a saying that we hear scattered throughout news articles, commercials, pop culture, public service announcements, and in discussions with friends and family. What does it really mean, though? Well, in the context of recent legislation passed in Florida, it means that parenting plans can be decided by the court if… Read more