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May 2015 Archives

What will happen to my business after divorce? (PART 2)

In our last post we began a discussion about the worries business professionals have when it comes to dividing their assets during divorce. If you have worked hard to keep your private practice going, it's only natural that you do not want to see it go under due to divorce.

What will happen to my business after divorce? (PART 1)

Divorce has many moving pieces and those pieces have a way of disrupting just about every part of your life. The divorce process will likely bring change to your current financial situation, as well as your familial and emotional situation. The fear of these transitions can often keep someone from filing for divorce for years, if not decades.

How do your stocks stack up after divorce?

There are many pieces in the asset division puzzle. And just like that 5,000-piece puzzle you've been working on, when you lose even one piece, it can be very frustrating. When couples are entangled in a high-asset divorce, the role of legal representation can really help put the mind at ease. A lawyer can be the person who keeps all your pieces on the table.

Judge rules on father's complaint over Pink concert

Any parent who has been through divorce can likely list many fears that they had coming into the divorce. For some parents, these fears are actually what keep them from filing for divorce for years, if not decades. One fear that some parents may have, especially if their ex-spouse has a tendency to be volatile, is the fear of constantly being pulled back into the courtroom every time there is a disagreement. Not only is this time-consuming and extremely stressful, but it can also get very expensive.

How important is your credit score after divorce? (PART 2)

In our last post we started a discussion on the importance of credit scores after divorce. It may be the last thing someone thinks about while they are going through divorce, but forgetting about this important number can have negative implications in the future.

How important is your credit score after divorce? (PART 1)

There are often a lot of things to worry about when you are going through divorce, but one of the most important things to consider is your finances. It's especially important to consider your credit score because it can have a strong effect on your future financial wellbeing.

Flay and March fight over prenuptial agreement

We often hear a lot about celebrity divorces. Some of these couples are remarkably amicable while others fight it out from beginning to end. Recently, it was reported that famed Chef Bobby Flay and his wife, actress Stephanie March, separated. It seems they have already started off on a sour note.

Stress-free co-parenting for divorced parents

Co-parenting is one of the most important things that parents who are divorced need to consider. At the same time, it is likely one of the most difficult things to consider as well. This discussion is important to have even when parents are married, as one article points out, but is even more vital when it comes to divorced parents.

Does the new alimony reform bill have legs? (PART 2)

In our last post we discussed a new alimony reform bill that's making headlines in Florida. Although two years ago a different reform bill was vetoed, some think the new bill may actually have legs. A lawyer who helped craft the bill says the measure seeks balance and calls it a "compromise." The lawyer represents the Florida Bar Family Section - a group that actually fought the previous proposal.

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