What are the Different Types of Alimony in Florida?

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.

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Confronting the Challenges of Divorce After 50

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.

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Long-Term Benefits of Collaborative Divorce


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.

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Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement to Protect Me In a Divorce?

 

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:

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4 Myths Regarding Collaborative Divorce

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.

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Six Ways a Spouse Can Hide Assets During a Divorce

Hiding assets during a divorce is sneaky and illegal, but it does happen. Spouses will attempt to hide assets in similar fashion, whether your marriage financial situation is complex or simple.

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3 TIPS WHEN TRAVELING WITH KIDS AFTER DIVORCE

 

You’re checking off all the items necessary to create an unforgettable vacation for you and your children. While this trip provides you the opportunity to create new memories post-divorce, it is important that the divorce itself is still part of your planning consideration. 

Your timesharing, or child custody/visitation order may have specific guidelines and details related to what you can and cannot do when traveling with your children. Understanding these in advance will help you plan and enjoy a stress-free trip. Also, how you communicate with your ex-spouse regarding the vacation may have an impact on your ongoing post-divorce relationship. 

So before you throw sunscreen in a bag and run out the door, consider these three items related to traveling with kids after divorce:  

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5 Common Misconceptions About Parental Alienation

While the subject of parental alienation is getting more and more attention due to the detrimental impact it can have on children of divorce or separation, there are still misconceptions about the topic. Understanding the facts (and inaccuracies) about parental alienation can help parents correctly identify its signs and take steps to address the issue expediently and effectively.

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IS COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE A FIT FOR YOUR CASE?

 

Collaborative divorce is a non-adversarial alternative to the expensive adversarial litigation that often occurs in divorce cases and other family law matters. Collaborative divorce may be a fit for you and the circumstances of your case if you're interested in a divorce that:

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I’m An Alienated Parent- Now What?

Parental Alienation can be one of the most serious issues of divorce.

If you believe you are an alienated parented, it is important to take steps immediately to address the situation. Do not assume that the problem will go away on its own. In some cases, the alienation can gradually worsen until the child is completely out of the parent’s life. To prevent this from happening, consider the following recommendations:

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What to do when your ex begins badmouthing you to your kids