Monthly Archives: April 2019
The criminal justice reform bill that was recently passed into law received widespread media attention, and for good reason: the bill significantly changes criminal charges and life-altering convictions for those charged with crimes, including those faced here in Florida. Perhaps most importantly, the law reduces mandatory minimum sentencing requirements, especially when it comes to… Read More »
What Is “Grey Divorce” and What Considerations Should I Take Into Account If I’m Divorcing Later In Life?
The “grey divorce” is on the rise, and by that term, we mean the separation and dissolution of marriage that occurs between older couples; usually after the age of 50. According to statistics, just over the past quarter-century, the divorce rate among adults 50 and older has increased by 109 percent. Even while the… Read More »