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October 2013 Archives

A house divided: Splitting real estate in a Florida divorce

Property division is one of the most complex aspects of divorce for many Florida residents, especially when high assets and real estate are involved. For example, if you intend to keep, sell or leave behind the marital home, you'll want to plan sufficiently to protect your future financial stability. What at first seems like a good deal may turn out to be headache down the road.

Prosecutors slam illegal scheme in high-asset divorce

For Fort Lauderdale residents facing the prospect of a high-asset divorce, one of the biggest concerns is ensuring protection of financial assets. There are a number of legal processes available to help husbands or wives protect the property they've acquired through hard work.

What assets, property will be divided during the divorce?

Many people getting divorced struggle with the complex and often complicated process of dividing property and assets. While it may seem difficult to negotiate and decide how to divide marital property and assets, it doesn't have to be. 

Experts urge millennials to have a frank financial discussion

In a previous post, our blog discussed some of the benefits of a couple executing a prenuptial agreement before taking a trip down the aisle. However, it's important to understand that not every couple will be open to executing a prenup -- or even discussing the issue -- as they perhaps don't find it relevant to their unique situation.

Up next for rapper Big Boi: divorce

When a couple that has built up a substantial amount of assets decides to get divorced, there is often a lot of negotiating when it comes to property division. Oftentimes, one spouse feels entitled to certain assets or accounts while the other spouse wants the same things for him or herself. While these disputes can arise among Fort Lauderdale couples, we hear about them most frequently in celebrity divorces.

Adjusting your parenting after divorce

A few weeks ago we discussed the challenges of interacting face-to-face with your ex after your divorce. For most parents in Fort Lauderdale, these interactions occur during their children's events. Negative feelings toward your ex can make the times when you have to be in the same room very difficult. The same negative feelings, however, can also influence the way you parent your children -- and you may not even realize it.

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