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Florida Divides Assets Equally in Divorce – But Not Always
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Category: Divorce | Marital Assets

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When you’re going through a divorce, you have to deal with all kinds of issues. If there are children, you need to worry about child support and time sharing. You might have to plan on giving or receiving alimony.
 
Then, there’s the division of assets.
 
None of these issues are easy to confront, and the longer you’ve been married, the more complicated the process can be. Because… Read More [+]


3 Things Not to Do When Talking to Your Spouse about Divorce
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Divorce can be overwhelmingly tense, and the mere mention of getting a divorce can send some into a downward spiral.
 
When Binh Ngo – a 46-year-old Sebastian, Florida, man – and his wife were arguing about divorce on the Fourth of July, he said, “I am going to kill you,” before pulling out a hunting knife and stabbing her in the chest.
 
Ngo’s wife insisted that her… Read More [+]


Collaborative Divorce – and Why You Might Want to Consider It
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A divorce can be an especially stressful and emotional time, even if it’s an amicable parting of ways. When it’s not amicable, the stress and emotions can increase tenfold. Fighting in court leads to fighting outside of court and, eventually, it will affect all aspects of your life.
 
What if there was another way, though? What if you could get a divorce without all of the fighting? Without having… Read More [+]


The Right Way to Tell Your Spouse You Want a Divorce
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The road to divorce is a long one, littered with tough decisions, sensitive conversations, and paperwork.
 
One of the first and most challenging steps in divorce is revealing your decision to your partner. Telling your spouse you want a divorce may be an emotional, scary, and exhausting experience, and the task should be approached with sensitivity and forethought.
 
If you are ready to discuss divorce with your husband… Read More [+]


How Does Leaving Florida Affect Divorce Proceedings?
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Category: Divorce | Uncategorized

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After a divorce, it is normal to want to move far away from your ex. If you are leaving your home, you may want to relocate to another county – or even another state.
 
Unfortunately, the divorce process can take many months, and having shared assets or children can make the process very complicated. What are your options? Can you move during divorce proceedings? Can you take your children?… Read More [+]