Can I Maintain My Living Standards If My Divorce Is Handled Properly?
Maintaining the same standard of living, even if a divorce is handled correctly, might not be possible. People who live together as a financial unit usually do not continue to live at the same level when they split up unless they are wealthy. For instance, two people living in the same home share the electric bill, the rent or mortgage payment, food expenses, and other utilities, and as soon as they separate, so do those bills, costs, and expenses. There will be two separate utility bills, rents or mortgages, food costs, and so on.
However, over time, if the spouses start to earn more money, they can again achieve their desired standard of living in the future. But early on in the breakup, when all of the expenses become doubled, it’s just not feasible for the two spouses to continue to live at the same level.
Will A Judge Or Court Ever Deny A Divorce?
As long as both parties agree on the divorce and all the documents have been properly filed with the court, a judge cannot deny a divorce. If a spouse goes to court and declares irreconcilable differences, regardless of whether the other spouse agrees, the divorce will be granted. The judge is going to make sure that all legal requirements have been followed. If there are children involved, a parenting plan is required.
Do I Have To Return To The State I Got Married In To Get A Divorce?
You do not have to return to the state you got married in to get a divorce. Florida’s jurisdictional requirement states that a person is required to have lived in the state for six months prior to filing for divorce. Anyone who has lived in Florida for six months can get divorced in Florida regardless of where their spouse lives. For example, if a couple is married in another state and only one of them moves to Florida, as soon as that person has lived in Florida for six months, they can file for divorce in Florida, serve the other spouse in the other state and proceed with the dissolution of marriage.
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