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Four Financial Mistakes To Avoid During And After Your Divorce

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Getting divorced can send every part of your life into a tailspin. It can be easy to feel like things are spiraling out of control as you work with your lawyer, your spouse, and the court to dismantle the life you built with your partner. Amid all the changes, though, it is important that… Read More »

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How Marital Debt Is Divided In A Divorce

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When a couple divorces, their marital assets are divided between them. Their debts, too, are divided. Property and debt distribution is part of any divorce, regardless of the length of the couple’s marriage. Couples can make this portion of their divorce easier for themselves by working to eliminate their shared debt before filing for… Read More »

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Do We Qualify For An Uncontested Divorce?

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You might. An uncontested divorce is a streamlined, simplified version of the divorce process that makes it possible for a couple to end their marriage in a little more than a month. This does not mean it should not be taken seriously – divorce is a serious subject and every divorce should be considered… Read More »

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How The Millennial Divorce Differs From The Divorces Of Earlier Generations

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Millennials, Americans born between the mid-1980s and the early 2000s, are changing many of our society’s cultural norms. One area where millennials’ behavior is significantly different from that of earlier generations is marriage and divorce. There are many unique ways millennials approach marriage and divorce and many reasons for these differences, like the economic… Read More »

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Complex Property Division in High Conflict Divorce Cases

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Divorce almost always has one unanswered issue in which both parties have a vested interest. Child custody/support is likely the most frequently contested issue, but property division can be even more contentious, especially if a couple collectively holds a large variety of valuable assets. Property division in the average divorce is typically limited to… Read More »

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Dividing Retirement Assets in Divorce

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When people get married, the plan is for a long-term collaboration that ideally ends with a comfortable retirement. Typically, couples work and sacrifice to make this plan a possibility by putting money aside in hopes of reaching that long-awaited day. Divorce necessitates the abandonment of these plans, but are the mutual efforts of both… Read More »

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What to Do with the Marital Home in Divorce

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When couples getting divorced start to think about dividing property, the first thought that usually comes up is what to do with the family, or marital, home. The home is usually the largest asset the couple owns, and likely required sacrifice and hard work from both parties to purchase. In addition to the monetary… Read More »

How Florida Law and the Courts Divide Property in a Divorce

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When couples first marry, they are often extremely eager to combine every aspect of their lives – emotional, physical, and financial. Merging financial affairs as a newly-married couple typically makes sense, because it aids in tracking and paying expenses and generally makes it easier to see the couple’s whole financial picture. This mingling becomes… Read More »

Make Sure to Get What You Want in Prenuptial Agreements

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Making the decision to get married is usually followed by a happy time free of worries about the future. Thoughts of what you might want or feel entitled to if the marriage does not work out at a later date is typically a topic most engaged couples want to avoid, but entering into a… Read More »

The Basics of Florida Divorce Law

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Deciding whether to file for dissolution of marriage, or a divorce, is sometimes a difficult process. This article is designed to provide you with the basics toward understanding divorce law in Florida. Residency Requirement/Jurisdiction Any person who wants to file for dissolution of marriage in Florida has to be able to prove that at… Read More »

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