It's that time of year when people are reflecting back on the year, so I thought I'd take a look at the most popular posts from the DIY Divorce in Florida blog.
The top post comes with little surprise - Florida Child Support & Unemployment was the most-viewed post in the past 12 months. With the Florida economy still flat-lined, we will be bringing you a course on child support modification in 2010. Stay tuned, we've been putting together the outline over the holidays.
The next most popular topic in 2009 was 8 Changes to the Florida Child Relocation Law in 2009. When the Florida Legislature passed the relocation procedure back in 2005, nobody understood how complicated it would make moving more than 50 miles away. The procedure is now streamlined and has time frames for hearings.
The surprise Top 3 Post was Florida Alimony - This Time the Judge Wins. Judge French finally had a win in his quest to end his alimony payments. Yes, the former Mrs. French has been living in a supportive relationship and yes, the fact that she is in a better financial position after all these years is a consideration the courts should pay attention to. The fact that he didn't have a full-out win shows just how complicated modifying alimony based on a supportive relationship is under Florida divorce law.
So look for some new DIY classes in 2010. If you want to be sure you know about all the changes at DIY Divorce, subscribe to our RSS feed (the orange button) or, even better, sign up for our Special Report and you will be on the announcement list. See that box over on your right? Go ahead, sign up.
I also want to thank the DIY Divorce readers. I'm honored that readership has tripled in 2009 and truly grateful for you all. Without you and your comments, none of this would happen. Thanks for reading DIY Divorce in Florida.