Retirement is usually the result of hard work and planning. Even then, things may not necessarily work out as everyone intended. One of the biggest roadblocks to a retirement starting and continuing as intended is the prospect of the end of a marriage.
Divorcing couples are typically concerned with dividing assets in the fairest manner. Reaching a successful compromise can be challenging depending on various factors centered on the financial history of the marriage and the marital assets acquired over the duration. In recent years, however, couples have started to recognize the importance of carefully navigating a compromise focused strictly on determining who takes over which marital debts.
Most divorcing spouses in Miami and across Florida certainly don’t think of marital dissolution in terms of a sink-or-swim analogy, of course.
If you live in South Florida, you almost certainly know that June is Pride Month (and this year is especially momentous in light of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots). There are many things to celebrate during Pride Month each year, including the 2015 Supreme Court ruling that made same-sex marriage legal nationwide. Prior to that ruling, the practice was legal in some states, illegal in some states and constitutionally banned in others.