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July 2017 Archives

Plan for your divorce mediation proceedings

We recently discussed the differences between litigation and mediation. If you recall, mediation is a process that is often faster and less costly. The sacrifice that you have to make when you do this is that you will have to work with your ex to come up with the terms of the divorce.

Differences between meditation and litigation in divorce

Couples headed for divorce in Fort Lauderdale should know the options they have for coming to an agreement on their terms. There are two main routes a couple can take when it comes to getting divorced; litigation and mediation. Both processes should involve the assistance of an experienced divorce attorney in order to ensure fairness for both parties.

How do I protect my money in a divorce?

Getting divorced in Florida is not as taboo as it once was. With millions of people divorcing each year, it has become a common topic across the country. Many people worry about how much money they will lose in their divorce to their former spouse, which is why we are taking a look at how to protect that money in today's post.

3 types of nonmarital property

Property division is often a contentious part of divorce, and it can be complex if you and your ex have high assets. A pre- or postnuptial agreement may help clarify how to divide property, but if no such agreement exists, you and your ex will likely have to negotiate separation of your assets and property. It is worth noting that this is applicable only to that which constitutes marital property, though.

Items to include in a prenuptial agreement

As you prepare to get married in Florida you will want to take your time and smell the roses. Don't rush through the planning because you might miss something important, especially the creation of a prenuptial agreement. This is a document that can protect you and your soon-to-be spouse from plenty of anguish if the marriage were to end in divorce.

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