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January 2017 Archives

You can find your spouse's hidden assets

If you're getting a divorce, one of the things you might be interest in is if your spouse is hiding assets. Hidden assets need to be uncovered, so you get your fair share out of your marriage. No person should hide any assets during divorce, and if your spouse does, you may be able to make it work to your benefit.

Preparation is key if your divorce case goes to court

Most divorcing couples work to resolve their issues, with the help of their attorneys, outside of court. Litigated divorces can be stressful, time-consuming and expensive. However, sometimes couples reach an impasse on an issue such as child custody, support or property division that neither one feels they can compromise on. They then turn to a judge to settle the matter.

How you split up retirement accounts matters

If you're ready to file for a divorce, you probably already know that you'll need to split some of your assets. If you have retirement accounts, those will likely need to be split between you and your spouse as well. How you split them will depend on your situation, but these are a few things you need to know.

When can you claim head of household tax status after divorce?

If you are a parent who separated or divorced in 2016, it's essential to ensure that you accurately reflect the changes in your life when you file your taxes. One important change that you'll likely need to make is your filing status.

Why alimony is a tricky issue in Florida

Of all the issues that arise during a divorce in Florida, alimony can be the most complicated. For one thing, judges do not have clear guidelines to follow. The net effect is that three judges can hear the exact same case and hand down wildly varying results. If you are a woman or man seeking alimony, it can be disheartening to have no idea what result to expect.

Protecting your ideas in a prenuptial agreement

Today, it's not uncommon for millennials, raised in a generation where divorce was not unusual, to draw up prenuptial agreements before marrying. However, many are including an asset rarely addressed in prenups of the past -– their ideas, or, more specifically, intellectual property.

You can choose to work together for your child's sake

Winning might be your goal in divorce, but is it really one that's worth the battle? Choosing to fight when you can negotiate or making things more difficult on purpose as punishment just draws out the divorce and ends up costing you more time and money. If you have children involved, they suffer the collateral damage, sometimes not feeling as if they're important or that their best interests are at heart. Other times, they may no longer want to see one parent or the other after a particularly nasty divorce.

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