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February 2014 Archives

First comes divorce, then comes a tax audit

When it comes to a divorce that includes a lot of assets, it’s understandable that divorcees may feel overwhelmed. Step back, take a breath, and confide in your lawyer. Attorneys who specialize in high-asset divorces work with forensic accountants, business evaluation experts and tax professionals to get you through the process.

Looking forward to the positive side of divorce

When people hear the word 'divorce,' there are often negative emotions tied to it. But there are plenty of Florida divorcees that can honestly say it was the best decision they ever made. It may not have been an easy decision, but in the end it brought them to a better place.

More states consider equal custody laws

Although a shared parenting bill was vetoed last year in Florida by Gov. Rick Scott, there is no doubt that times are changing when it comes to child custody. Many states are looking at the benefits of custody arrangements that move parents closer to a 50-50 time split.

Social media and divorce: a mix to avoid

In a lot of ways, social media has had a positive effect on the lives of Florida residents. It can help people reunite with long-lost friends and relatives. It can even help people find a job by connecting with potential employers. But all things have their pros and cons and it seems social media can bring with it a negative impact on marriage and divorce.

Is your marriage headed for divorce? Watch for these signs

Marriage rarely comes without its share of fights and rough spots. Some Florida couples are able to navigate out of those rough patches, while others ultimately choose the route of divorce. While some marriages go straight for divorce after a serious event such as infidelity, many marriages slowly fall apart. It's not always possible to pinpoint the exact start of that detachment, but some people believe there are clear signs to watch for that may mean divorce is on the horizon.

Communication is key in long-distance parenting arrangements

In our last post we talked about managing schedules when it comes to parenting, but what happens if one parent lives far away from the child? This can seem like an impossible arrangement, but there are things parents can do to keep a healthy relationship with their children while being physically away from them.

Managing schedules and payments can be tricky after divorce

There is one thing that's hard to deny about divorce: it is complicated. That is not to say it's not worth it, but it can undoubtedly be complex and stressful, especially when kids are involved. It's not always as simple as making the decision, getting a lawyer, filling out paperwork and settling into a new home as a single person. When children are part of the process, even when all the lines have been signed and property has been separated, there will be ongoing "maintenance."

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