Decades ago, the role of each spouse in a home was far different in many households in Florida and nationwide than it is today. Years ago, it was presumed that the female of a home would take on the role as caretaker of the home, and would care for children if applicable, while the husband would work.
If you are involved in an unhappy marriage, whatever the reason, the first thing you may consider is divorce. Many couples in Florida believe that the only options when a marriage is failing is to divorce. For couples who are unable to resolve their issues or differences, divorce may ultimately prove to be the best decision, but there may be other options to consider, including a legal separation.
After getting arrested for DUI, a common question people have is, "How did this happen?" You may be asking yourself this if you're relatively new to drinking alcohol or even if you are an experienced drinker.
One of the most satisfying and generous decisions a couple in Florida could make is the decision to adopt a child. Some spouses may choose to legally adopt a stepchild, some spouses are unable to have children together for health or other reasons and other couples may wish to help a child in need to welcome into their family.
The Hollywood world was taken by surprise by the duel announcement last week of the separation of television and film stars Chris Pratt and Anna Faris. Pratt is well known as the star in the most recent "Jurassic Park" film and hit "Guardians of the Galaxy" film series; Faris is currently starring in the television sitcom "Mom." The announcement comes as a surprise to many as the couple have been very outgoing in the support of each other during their eight-year marriage.
A divorce is difficult for everyone involved, even if it is the result of a mutual agreement. It's emotional, and even though you know what has to happen, you may be sad or angry.
Military families are subject to the same family law issues as civilian families. However, the way to go about resolving these issues is often different. When a service member seeks to end a marriage, he or she needs to consider the military laws that might apply. These laws were put in place to protect a military member throughout the process, even delaying it if necessary because of deployment or training. Thus, if you are going through a military divorce or are seeking to resolve child custody or support issues during or after dissolution, it is important to understand the rights afforded to everyone involved.