Should You Move Out Of the House during a Divorce?

Should You Move Out Of the House during a Divorce?

A house is often considered a couple’s most valuable asset. People become emotionally connected to their home, as well. For these reasons, spouses have to make tough decisions when deciding if they are going to move out when they are going through a divorce. In...
Dividing Property after a Divorce in Florida

Dividing Property after a Divorce in Florida

Individuals who are going through a divorce or a separation, in the state of Florida have plenty of questions when it comes to the division of assets and liabilities. Like most things related to divorce, it’s possible that the people involved can agree in...
Retirement Assets and Divorce

Retirement Assets and Divorce

Whether you have been married for 30 years or 3 years, divorce is never an easy process to deal with. While going through this hardship in your life, you will still need to inform yourself of the financial decisions that will need to be made regarding the assets you...
The Effects of Divorce on Children

The Effects of Divorce on Children

In today’s society, people take marriage and divorce so lightly without understanding the severity and impact these events can have on their children. In the United States, about 50 percent of marriages end up in divorce. Having to go through a divorce is a very...

What is Equitable Distribution?

Equitable distribution is a legal term that refers to the division of a couple’s assets and liabilities during a divorce. Equitable vs. Equal One of the more contentious issues facing a divorce court is the meaning of the word “equitable.” In...

The Reality Of Alimony In Florida

Alimony is when one spouse is awarded to pay financial compensation to the other spouse. The purpose is to give the alimony recipient time to be able to take care of their personal expenses without financial assistance. Many Florida residents may think alimony is...
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