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Divorce

5 common mistakes in a Florida divorce

Divorcing a spouse can be demanding even when uncontested. However, couples often become complacent and neglect to consider things that can go wrong. Even if you anticipate a relatively smooth divorce process, it is beneficial to know some of the most common errors...

When can alimony be modified in Florida?

Alimony (also called “spousal support”) can be a hot topic in a divorce, and it’s never really surprising when a couple at war with each other can’t agree on what’s fair. Even once alimony issues are settled (whether by agreement or an order of the court), they can...

Making sense of post-divorce credit card debt

Even if you and your spouse have agreed to an amicable divorce in Florida, divorcing your debt may not be as easy. You will remain responsible for your ex-spouse's debt if it was acquired on a credit card if that card was in your name. Division of debt is less than...

Did you know that gray divorce is on the rise?

Though it is not a technical term, “gray divorce” is often used when people who are 50 years old or older decide to get divorced. It is something that used to be rather uncommon, and may even now come as a surprise. If a couple has been together for decades, friends...

Dividing retirement accounts during a divorce

One of the most challenging aspects of any divorce in Florida is dividing assets. For many couples, that's difficult. It involves not just cash but also things like the family home. Even retirement accounts and pensions are affected. In some cases, this becomes very...

Dealing with debts during a divorce

When couples in Florida go through a divorce, they divide both the assets they acquired and the debts they took on during their marriages. However, lenders are not bound by the terms of divorce agreements. This means that estranged spouses are sometimes pursued for...

Tips to help your child through a divorce

If you and your spouse have decided that it is time for a divorce, you need to think about your children. Taking them into consideration should be at the top of your list. While co-parenting in Florida can be complicated, the more you can work together, the better...

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