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How Is Debt Divided In A Florida Divorce?
If you are considering a divorce, you may be focused on how assets, such as your home, car, and valuables, will be divided. But have you considered how your debt will be? When you are married, you share debt with your spouse. This is generally true even if they took out loans and borrowed… Read More »
Can I Represent Myself In A Florida Divorce?
It’s never fun to think about divorce. If you are facing the prospect of divorce, you may be overwhelmed by the idea of deconstructing the life and marriage that you have worked so hard to build. Having to pay an attorney on top of that may be like adding salt to a wound. However,… Read More »
What Can I Do If My Ex Won’t Pay Child Support?
If you have been through a child support negotiation and hearing, you likely know the sigh of relief that comes when the child support order is officially (and finally) entered by the court. You may have felt like the process was finally over, and now you could return to some sense of routine or… Read More »
Protecting Heirlooms In A Divorce
Are you scared of losing everything in a divorce? If so, you’re not alone. Many people avoid or delay divorcing their spouse due to concerns over how their assets will be divided. The good news is that you will not lose everything, and if there are specific assets or items that are important to… Read More »
Annulment Vs. Divorce In Florida
Maybe you are familiar with the process of annulment. Annulment differs from divorce in that instead of dissolving a marriage, an annulment essentially disappears a marriage, making it as if the marriage never happened in the first place. You may be reading this wondering why everyone doesn’t simply get an annulment. The answer is… Read More »
Can My Ex Be Ordered To Pay College Tuition?
The effects of divorce don’t stop when the divorce agreement is signed. This is especially true if you have shared children with your ex. The average cost of a 4-year college degree in the United States is over $100,000, so this is not an expense that can be easily covered if left unprepared for…. Read More »
Who Keeps The Dog In A Divorce?
For many people, their pets are like their children or family members. The thought of losing “custody” of a beloved family pet can be such a deal-breaker for some that they may elect to not even move forward with a divorce so that they don’t have to risk losing their best friend or “dogchild.”… Read More »
Avoid These High-Asset Divorce Pitfalls
If you are going through a high-asset divorce, the pressure can feel overwhelming. In high asset divorces, there is a minimum of $1 million of shared liquidated assets on the line, so both parties can feel like there is an incredible amount at stake. In high-asset divorces it is especially important to consult with… Read More »
Do I Need A Postnuptial Agreement?
Most people are familiar with the concept of a prenuptial agreement, but may think that if they do not get such an agreement before they are married there are no options left on the table. However, a postnuptial agreement actually offers all the same benefits of a prenuptial agreement and can be obtained after… Read More »
Gray Divorces Increase In Florida
Many people assume that once they have been married for 25 or 30 years, that they are in it for the long-haul, however, that is increasingly not the case. In fact, more and more married couples are deciding to call it quits later in life. Whereas divorces over 50 used to be somewhat of… Read More »