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Category Archives: Divorce


Bird’s Nest Parenting — the New Divorce Standard?

When parents divorce they usually establish two homes — one for each parent — and the children move between them. This is the best arrangement for parents, but it may not be the best thing for children. A new trend toward bird’s nest parenting — in which children stay put and the parents take turns […]

How to Get Divorced in Florida

Florida has a number of ways for a couple to dissolve their marriage. The method the couple successfully employs depends largely on their ability to tackle the issues involved in separating their lives from one another.  If you are considering divorce and are uncertain which method is right for you and your spouse, speak with […]

Seven Tips for Establishing Financial Security After Divorce

You’re getting divorced, and you have never had to support yourself. There is no time like the present to start figuring it out. The decisions you make now regarding your financial situation can make or break your future security. Take a proactive approach with your finances so you feel in control and know exactly where […]

How Do I Keep My Assets Separate in a Divorce?

Florida is an equitable distribution state, which means that during a divorce all the couple’s assets are divided in a fair manner. Division of assets only applies to shared assets (marital property). Some couples own property or maintain accounts separately that are not subject to division in a divorce. If you own assets that you […]

Division of Assets in Florida

During a divorce, all the property and assets are divided into two categories: separate assets and marital assets. Florida is an equitable distribution state, which means that marital assets, i.e., those assets acquired during the marriage, are divided in a way that the court deems to be fair. This does not necessarily mean that everything […]

Making Changes After Divorce

There is an old saying: if you want to change your fate, change your name, your profession and your location. If you are going through a divorce your fate has already begun to change.  As long as change is in the air, here are a few other things you can change in the process: Your […]

Dating After Divorce

Once your divorce is final, you might want to start dating. There is an abundance of advice available on this topic, often less than useful, so be wary. Most divorce attorneys would agree that it is inadvisable to date until your divorce has been finalized, at the very minimum. After that, you’ll know when you’re […]

What Happens in a High-Net-Worth Divorce?

The ongoing public divorce between Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher highlights both the unique and typical issues that divorcing high-net-worth individuals face. The considerations of divorcing celebrities are unusual because of the amount of money at stake and the publicity. They are similar in that the adversarial divorce process can encourage vindictive behavior by spouses […]

Divorce — Collaborative Style?

This past May, actors Courteney Cox and David Arquette finalized their divorce in a Los Angeles court. According to reports, they had no prenuptial agreement. In 2010, they separated after being married for more than 10 years. The couple officially filed for divorce two years later, initially both without lawyers. They requested joint custody over their […]

How Do You Avoid Tax Problems After a Divorce?

Divorce can deplete many of the assets you worked hard to acquire. Among the trickiest financial issues for people getting divorced are the tax implications — which almost always requires a consultation with an experienced lawyer and accountant. Those facing divorce have the following basic issues to consider: How to file. If you are still […]


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