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Friday,
October 07, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Handling Financial Details After A Divorce

Many Florida residents would like to believe that once the dust has settled and the ink has dried, they will be able to close the book at the end of their marriage. In reality, however, there are several financial matters that might need to be addressed in the months that follow a divorce. Taking care...

Wednesday,
October 05, 2016.
posted in Divorce

The Sticky Situation of Changing A Divorce Agreement in Florida

By the end of a divorce everyone just wants it to be over. The process can be drawn out when both sides cannot agree. That means that sometimes people sign themselves into agreements that they later regret. Did you get pressured into leaving an asset behind? Did you get stuck with a parenting plan that...

Friday,
September 23, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Ben Vereen May Have Failed To Divorce Before Remarrying

Many Florida readers are familiar with the career of entertainer Ben Vereen. The singer and dancer have had a long and successful career, but is currently in the headlines for a different matter. It appears that Vereen may have accidentally committed bigamy when he married his second wife. He is now faced with a divorce case,...

Thursday,
September 08, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Don’t Forget College Savings During Divorce Negotiations

Setting aside funding for a child’s education is a top priority for many Florida parents. However, when divorce changes the structure of a family, college savings accounts are often overlooked during the negotiation process. It is important to address these matters before a settlement is reached so that children are able to access the money that has...

Thursday,
August 25, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Why Spouses Should Not Share A Divorce Attorney

For many Florida spouses, the end of their marriage is not expected to be a bitter or highly contentious affair. Plenty of couples are content to simply go their separate ways and want to process their divorce with as little acrimony and stress as possible. To that end, some will consider using one attorney to complete...

Friday,
August 19, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Addressing Retirement Division During A Florida Divorce

For those in Florida who are faced with the need to divide their retirement savings, the sheer volume of available choices can be overwhelming. There are many different ways to approach this common divorce topic, all with a unique set of pros and cons. When handling the division of retirement assets, spouses must take care to...

Friday,
August 12, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Arson Charges Follow Couple’s Heated Divorce

As a Florida marriage is coming to an end, it is not uncommon for one or both spouses to become incredibly angry. Negotiations can be difficult, and couples who share children often cannot see eye-to-eye how to divide parenting time. In some cases, spouses lash out from places of anger rather than reason. When those...

Friday,
August 05, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Preparing For A New School Year After Divorce

Summer is almost over, and for many Florida parents, this year’s back-to-school routine will be a bit different from those of the past. For parents who have gone through a divorce, the well-being of their children is a top priority. For many, ensuring the well-being of their children means making the transitions into new school...

Thursday,
July 28, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Inventory Assets Early On In The Divorce Process

One of the primary focal points at the end of a marriage is the division of marital assets. In fact, except for issues of child custody, property division is the center of most divorce cases. One of the most important ways to achieve a successful division of property is, to begin with, a firm understanding of...

Friday,
July 22, 2016.
posted in Divorce

Insurance Coverage Is An Important Divorce Topic

When making the transition from married to single, many Florida residents fail to include insurance coverage in their planning. For most people, however, their insurance coverage is bundled with that of their spouse. When a divorce takes place, each party will have to find his or her own coverage, which can be an unexpected expense. It takes...

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