A great deal of social science research focuses on family structure. In terms of marriage and divorce, researchers have compiled an astounding amount of data on how Americans both create and deconstruct their family units. For those in Florida who are preparing to...
Tips for Florida parents on how to talk to kids about divorce
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Oct 14, 2016 | Divorce
For parents, one of the worst aspects of a failed marriage is having to sit down with their kids and explain that their lives are about to change. However, Florida parents should know that with the right degree of preparation and effort, it is possible to have those...
Remaining business partners after divorce
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Oct 7, 2016 | Divorce
For many Florida families, personal lives and professional undertakings are entwined in the form of a family business. When a divorce is underway, many spouses are concerned about how to maintain their business connections while unraveling their family bonds. It's...
Signs that divorce may be on the horizon
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Sep 30, 2016 | Divorce
Most relationships go through periods of ups and downs, which is a perfectly normal thing. However, there are some relationship issues that point to deeper problems, and can be signs of a looming divorce. Knowing how to recognize these signs can help Florida spouses...
Fighting the state for child custody rights
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Sep 23, 2016 | Child Custody
When a family member is accused of mistreating his or her child in Florida or elsewhere, the reaction is often to take a defensive stance and fight against those claims. However, there are many child custody cases in which parents are unable to overcome the assertions...
Same-sex couple embroiled in child custody battle
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Sep 16, 2016 | Child Custody
When the Supreme Court acted to legalize same-sex marriage last year, many believed that the move would change the lives of many Florida residents. Unfortunately, same-sex couples still face an uphill battle when seeking divorce and addressing matters of child...
Understand how jurisdiction factors into divorce
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Sep 9, 2016 | Divorce
When a Florida marriage is in trouble, spouses need to make every effort to set aside their emotions and make decisions that are rational and practical. If divorce is on the horizon, there are a multitude of factors that can have significant impact on the final...
Looking for ways to ease the property division process?
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Sep 1, 2016 | Divorce
For some Florida spouses, the prospect of dividing marital assets is a source of dread. In fact, many couples remain married for years after it has become clear that their marriage is doomed, simply to avoid the property division process. One European entrepreneur has...
Working youth athletics into the parenting schedule
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Aug 25, 2016 | Child Custody
During the course of a Florida divorce, there is a seemingly endless list of topics that parents must address. It can be easy to overlook important items, especially those that do not specifically revolve around child support or the division of parenting time. Youth...
Handling retirement savings during a Florida divorce
On Behalf of Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. | Aug 19, 2016 | Divorce
For those Florida residents who are fortunate enough to have set money aside for retirement, handling the division of those assets could be a primary focus when their marriage comes to an end. Retirement investments are a complex topic within a divorce and require a...
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