Commentators say that the number of mature Americans seeking divorce is on the rise. Many call it the “graying” of family court (including a sociologist who conducted a study on the subject). As the Baby Boom generation continues to advance, the number of people over 50 filing for divorce has been on the rise.
When a member of the military, or the spouse of a service member, decides that a divorce is necessary, there may be any of the usual issues to resolve in the divorce. But, a military divorce in Florida also has its own types of issues. While a civilian divorce is generally governed by Florida law, a military divorce also involves legal issues that pertain to members of the military under federal law.
Parents who go through the adoption process are making a serious commitment. After completing background checks and all the paperwork necessary to complete an adoption, it's typically clear that the couple is committed to being attentive and loving parents. Unfortunately, certain legal troubles can complicate the adoption process.