Your marriage has been on the rocks for a while, but you just didn't want to go through the pain of divorce. You've waited so long that now things are particularly bad between you and your spouse. You are fighting about everything, and you are just ready to call it quits. Before starting the divorce process, make sure all your assets are accounted for.
Many individuals may accuse someone they know of narcissism in a joking capacity. Unfortunately, you may know all too well that true narcissism can cause serious issues, especially during a marriage. If your marriage took a turn for the worst after discovering that you had married a narcissist, you may have wondered how you ended up in such a difficult situation in the first place.
A lot of people lurk on social media. You may even jokingly admit to stalking someone by scrolling through Facebook posts or looking up friends of friends. Maybe you went on a date and returned home to check out the person's Twitter account. It's harmless, right?
Many people find themselves in relationships that turn dangerous. Domestic violence and other forms of abuse may affect you or someone you know, and as a result, filing for divorce may seem like the only option of keeping yourself safe from your spouse. However, you may worry about what type of repercussions the decision may cause.
The process of getting divorced can be complicated whether you have been married for a couple years or 50 years. However, the more you and your spouse have accumulated together over the years, the trickier it is to decide how to split it all as part of the divorce process.
Parenting after divorce is not an easy process, but the decisions that you make during divorce can make it easier for every member of the family. Florida parents often choose to parent cooperatively through a joint custody agreement, and while this will not work well for every family, it could be a positive decision for yours.
No one gets married with the expectation that their marriage will fail, but some Florida couples will find it greatly beneficial to put certain legal protections in place before saying I do. Marriage is an exciting step, but before you walk down the aisle, you may want to consider the benefits of drafting a prenuptial agreement.
Owning your own business can be a trying yet wonderful thing. There is a lot of pride in building something from nothing. However, if you started your business after getting married, or if the majority of your company's growth occurred during your marriage, did you know that if you get a divorce, your spouse may have rights to a portion of your business?