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October 2018 Archives

Will I get half of everything during property division?

Most people tend to view splitting up property in a divorce as a 50/50 practice. While a couple's division of marital property might end up coming out to something that resembles a 50 percent split, this will not be the case for everyone. In Florida, property division falls under equitable distribution, which does not necessarily translate to equal. 

You can protect your interests in a gray divorce

When heading for divorce, Florida couples understand the importance of seeking final resolutions that allow them to have financial stability in the future. This may be particularly important for older couples who are closer to retirement. If you are facing the prospect of a gray divorce, it may be beneficial to learn more about how you can protect your financial interests.

Are you prepared for a military divorce?

As an active duty member of the military you already have enough to worry about without adding family law issues into the mix. However, if you are going through a divorce, you probably have some serious concerns that need to be addressed. Will your military benefits be affected? What will you do about child custody? With the right help, you can come out on the other side of a divorce with an agreeable solution to these issues and more. 

Is alimony always paid on a monthly basis?

Most people in Florida are familiar with spousal support in the form of monthly payments. Few realize that there is another approach to dealing with alimony. For those who feel uncomfortable signing a check to their ex-spouse every month, a lump sum payment could be a good option. 

Are millennials better prepared for divorce?

Asking for a prenuptial agreement is not exactly the most romantic thing in the world, but the negative stigma attached to these documents appears to be fading. More and more young couples in Florida are saying "I do" to the prenup. Although it does not appear as if millennials are going into marriage with the intention of getting divorced, it does indicate that they have more worth protecting. 

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