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How retirement assets get divided in a divorce

When you get divorced, you will undergo a division of marital property. Marital property includes any part of your retirement accounts accumulated during the marriage. Florida is an equitable property state, so the court can decide how the retirement assets will be...

Different ways to pay child support in Florida

When it comes to making child support payments, you have a number of options. For starters, it is pivotal for you to stay current, especially since falling behind can affect your life in so many ways. Whether you are getting ready to file for divorce as a parent and...

Optimizing your finances after divorce

Divorce can dilute your finances and leave you scrambling for ways to pay your bills. However, contrary to what people may say, your divorce does not have to be the reason you endure a lifetime of financial hardship. Knowing how to optimize your money and protect what...

Reviewing the consequences of back child support

If you owe child support, it is essential to stay current in order to avoid serious consequences. If you become delinquent, your life could change in many different ways. In addition to struggling with high levels of stress, you could face a number of penalties...

How is marital property divided in Florida?

Florida follows the law of equitable division of property in the event of a divorce. However, an even split of assets is not necessarily always fair. Depending on the circumstances, a judge may divide property differently. Most assets fall into the categories of...

What are common signs of parental alienation?

Talking with a co-parent who lies or manipulates others can leave you feeling overwhelmed and frustrated. This can be especially frustrating if you have to deal with alienation while sharing child custody. Learning about how to tell when this is happening to your...

What types of alimony does Florida recognize?

When your marriage comes to an end and you live in Florida, you may wonder what the chances are of you securing alimony. You may also wonder what types of alimony the state recognizes and how long you might expect to receive it, if awarded. According to the Florida...

Important financial considerations of a divorce

For most people contemplating divorcing in Florida, the financial implications rank fairly high, though perhaps not always at the top of the list. Emotional considerations often tip the balance when couples decide to end a marriage. Still, preparing for a bright...

Should you consider parallel parenting?

When parents divorce, they must consider their child's best interests above all else. What will keep them stable? What will provide them with the best future? How can they ensure the divorce does as little damage to them as possible? When considering ways to co-parent...