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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 »


Using Financial Advisors In Your Divorce

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Separating finances in the wake of divorce is one of the most difficult and complex aspects of this transition. It can be tempting to try to handle property distribution matters on one’s own, but this approach is not necessarily practical or advisable. The distribution of property is a central issue in many divorce proceedings,… Read More »


Do Affairs Affect the Outcome of Divorce?

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Certain hot-button issues are some of the leading and more well-known causes of divorce – financial strain, the pressures of raising a family, and growing apart over time. But, one catalyst that is synonymous with divorce is having an extramarital affair. Historically, adultery was grounds for petitioning for divorce, but with most states now… Read More »

When Guardianship and Divorce Intersect

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Few people would characterize getting divorced as a happy time in their life. Divorce brings a lot of large and difficult changes to the couple, their children, extended family, and friends. It is common for emotions to run high as the parties work to settle issues necessary to divorce and learn how to navigate… Read More »

Enforcing Out-of-State Child Support Orders

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Moving to a new place often produces a mixture of excitement and anxiety as one gets used to a new house, a new street, maybe a new job. When the move is to another state or country the stakes are even higher as the transition makes it much harder to return. As society becomes… Read More »

Alimony Reform Bill Vetoed – Where Does that Leave Divorcing Couples?

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There are typically two issues in divorce that raise the largest amount of emotion and contention – child custody and alimony. Each parent commonly views themselves as the better choice to care for a child and bristles at requests for alimony because it requires continued support of a spouse they no longer want in… Read More »

Governor Signs a New Law that Will Give Divorcing Couples an Alternative to Court

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When many people think about divorce, they usually conjure up a process that is full of animosity and disagreement, with both sides unwilling to concede an inch towards resolution. While there are certainly some divorces that meet this stereotypical image, more and more divorcing couples, especially those part of Generation X, are trying to… 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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