A great deal of social science is focused on interpersonal relationships, especially matters of marriage and divorce. Researchers in Florida and elsewhere have conducted numerous studies concerning how one's marital status can affect the rest of an individual's life,...
Millionaire couple fighting over divorce venue
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Dec 24, 2015 | Divorce
For most Florida residents, the venue in which their divorce will take place is not an issue of contention. That said, there are cases in which a couple's residence is not so cut and dried. In these instances, there is often a choice of jurisdiction, and one venue may...
Pet support case has interesting family law question
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Dec 17, 2015 | Family Law
Virtually all Florida residents are familiar with spousal support, where one spouse makes payments to the other spouse to provide financial assistance after a divorce. Formerly known as alimony, spousal support has become far less common than in years past. Today's...
The fastest way to complicate a Florida divorce
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Dec 10, 2015 | Divorce
People who are placed under a great deal of stress will react in unusual and unpredictable ways. Divorce has been likened to death in regard to the impact that it can have on a spouse. In some cases, Florida residents who are faced with divorce will make choices that...
Is it wise to postpone divorce until after the holidays?
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Dec 4, 2015 | Divorce
As Christmas approaches, many Florida spouses are certain that the coming year will bring the formal end of their marriage. Even so, few will broach the subject with their partner over the holidays, choosing instead to postpone the matter until after the decorations...
Man will not be forced into child custody battle
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Nov 26, 2015 | Child Custody
In a recent landmark ruling, a West Coast judge has ordered that the embryos created by a couple who are now divorced will be destroyed. The decision is one that has been anticipated for some time, as the issue has arisen in states across the nation. When a couple...
How to prepare for post-divorce grief
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Nov 20, 2015 | Divorce
No one enters into a marriage with the ability to see whether that union will end in divorce or with the death of one spouse after decades of happiness. In the same manner, no spouses are able to predict how they will react to divorce once the ink has dried and...
Addressing the family home during property division
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Nov 13, 2015 | Divorce
When a Florida couple begins the divorce process, one of the primary areas of focus is how to divide marital wealth. For spouses who own a home, that investment is often the most significant asset at play during the property division process. Handling the family...
Social media can lead to family law issues
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Nov 5, 2015 | Family Law
The impact that social media now has on interpersonal relationships is nothing short of astounding. People can now keep in touch with extended family, catch up with old friends, and even track down an old high school love interest; all from the comfort of...
Child custody dispute leads to mother’s arrest
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Oct 29, 2015 | Child Custody
A lengthy and bitter custody battle has left one mother in police custody in Florida while her two teenage girls remain missing. The child custody case centers on an accusation of parental alienation, which has become a highly contested term in several recent court...
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