May 2019 Archives

How examinations can prove beneficial in child custody disputes

Getting divorced can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. While property division and alimony can present challenges that can be difficult to overcome, Floridians who have children may find that their divorce is even more emotionally trying. After all, the outcome of a child support and/or visitation dispute can shape the relationship an individual will have with his or her child. This is why these parents need to do everything they can to protect what they believe is in their child's best interests. This will be the standard that the judge handling one's case will use to base his or her decision.

Help supporting your kids through divorce

While getting a divorce might be emotionally and mentally draining for you, you might be even more worried about how it affects your children. Your kids are the most important part of your life and you want to make sure this process does not cause the too much stress.

Ways to handle a business during a Florida divorce

Many Florida divorces see relatively straightforward property division. Oftentimes the number of marital assets in play is limited and therefore easy to divide, and sometimes the parties involved are able to amicably settle the legal issues that divorce presents to them. There are still a significant number of divorces, though, that require quite complex property division. This is often especially true when a business is involved.

Florida's requirements for divorce

Floridians who find their marriages deteriorating often turn to divorce to bring their relationships to an end and to secure a fresh start. This process often involves blame, with each party accusing the other of causing marital strife. Before proceeding with marriage dissolution though, individuals need to fully understand the requirements that must be met before a court will grant a dissolution petition.

We know how to utilize prenuptial & postnuptial agreements

Recently, the blog discussed how Millennials are spurring an uptick in the use of prenuptial agreements. This is no small thing. After all, these agreements are under utilized in today's society. Yet, they have numerous benefits that can be obtained by all. Although it may seem like an uncomfortable discussion to have with a soon-to-be-spouse, when handled correctly both parties can see the true value of a prenuptial or a postnuptial agreement.

Adele's divorce highlights importance of property division

Anyone can be affected by divorce, regardless of their financial status, length of relationship, or number of children. As such, many Floridians find themselves facing challenging legal situations related to their marriage dissolutions. Sometimes these matters pertain to child custody and co-parenting, but even couples without children have to deal with property division. The outcome of this issue can have serious consequences, too, oftentimes setting the financial bounds within which an individual must remain after his or her divorce is finalized.

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