Video Transcript: No. A dependent spouse will not be forced to work in Florida. Typically, the courts will consider the age, employability and education of the spouse. However, a court may impute income to a spouse if it finds they are underemployed or voluntarily unemployed.

Video Transcript: In Florida, there’s no particular age that a child can decide where they want to live. The court does have the discretion to consider the wishes of the child, however that’s just one factor among many in determining a time sharing schedule and parenting plan. The court will typically consider the age and…

Video Transcript: Now, in Florida, there is no presumption in favor or against either parent in awarding time sharing. Typically, the courts will consider the best interest of the child. It is public policy for a child to have frequent and continuing contact with both parents.

Video Transcript: Yes, there are different types of alimony in Florida. Some of the types of alimony include Bridge the Gap, Rehabilitative, Durational, Permanent or any combination of these forms. In determining whether to award alimony, the court will consider whether there is an actual need for alimony and ability to pay. Once the court…

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