While divorce means the end of marriage, it is often far from the end of parenting responsibilities and the concerns that you may have for your children and their future. There are a myriad of decisions (and expenditures) related to your children that need to be considered for the years that follow divorce.
While dividing up what you own during a divorce can be cumbersome, so can dividing up what you owe. Your new, separate lives mean all debt obligations must be assigned. Learn what happens to your existing debt when you divorce in Florida.
Parental alienation is a circumstance or dynamic in which a child allies himself or herself strongly and completely with an alienating parent, and rejects a relationship with the "target" parent without legitimate justification.
Whether you are divorced, a single parent or married, raising a teen can, at times, be rather difficult.
In bitter divorces, the struggle for timesharing/custody can often turn ugly. When arming yourself for a contentious timesharing/custody battle, there are a number of things you can do to improve your chances of success on the battlefield.
What is alimony? There are six different types of alimony in Florida, determined by various conditions within the marriage. Learn about each kind and what it provides divorced parties.
Getting divorced after the age of 50 presents its own unique set of challenges and issues. Understanding what these issues are and how they can ultimately impact you will help ensure that you are on the right post-divorce path both financially and emotionally.
Living along the beautiful southeast coast of Florida from Stuart to Boca Raton doesn't shield a divorcing couple from the often painful proceedings involved in a litigated divorce. Lawyers are hired to get all they can for their client. The nature of the emotions involved, the public way the courts are handled, the methods attorneys use to achieve their results along with the time, energy and expense it takes to settle a case frequently creates a toxic environment that creeps into the home like a gloomy fog. It sounds like a "lose, lose" situation.
While many people have a negative connotation when it comes to prenuptial agreements, the truth is that prenuptials can be beneficial to more than just the wealthy. Learn why you should consider creating this legal document before saying, “I do”.
A prenuptial agreement is particularly important in these situations:
Collaborative divorce is a less expensive, less adversarial, more confidential and a quicker way for parties to successfully dissolve their marriage than the traditional litigation model for a divorce. Nevertheless, some misinformed family law attorneys have criticized collaborative divorce as a useful and viable way for parties to end their marriage. Here are four of the most common myths and why they are incorrect.