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Tips for protecting your money in a divorce

Preparing for a divorce takes time. It also takes a lot of willpower to admit that your marriage is no longer viable. There's plenty you need to do to prepare for a divorce and one important item is protecting your money. Even if you believe your spouse won't seek a lot of your money it's still a good idea to protect it before you file. Follow the tips in this post to protect your money in a divorce.

Marriage expectations can cause toxicity or happiness

More than ever before, people are expecting more from their relationships. Research has found that personal wellbeing is directly tied to the quality of a person's relationship. High expectations of marriage can lead to one of two things: a happy, healthy marriage or a toxic marriage because the standards are way too high to meet.

The major issues that lead to divorce

Divorce is an all too common issue in Florida, which is not out of the norm for the country either. Couples that divorce do so for various reasons and not every divorce will mirror the ones that came before it. Here are the major issues that lead to divorce for most couples.

How is credit card debt divided in a divorce?

It's not uncommon for couples to accumulate credit card debt during the life of their marriage. Even though debt is a problem in and of itself, it really becomes a problem when the couple decides that the marriage is no longer viable. So, how is a couple's credit card debt divided in a divorce?

Creating an estate plan for a second marriage

Marriage is such a fun time, even if it is your second or subsequent marriage. The planning can still be stressful, especially if you are getting married a second time. You likely put together an estate plan the first time around. You will want to do the same thing for the second marriage. It is just as important.

Why would my prenuptial agreement be invalid?

Creating a prenuptial agreement prior to getting married is a smart step for many couples throughout Florida. Whether you need this document or not all depends on your individual situation. But, if you have created such a document and it is invalid, you will want to know what went wrong so it can be rectified immediately.

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.

Important tips for property division during divorce

If you are headed for a divorce you will want to know as much as possible about the process. One important part of the process is the division of property. You likely already have ideas as to which assets and properties you'd like to keep. So here are some tips for property division in the state of Florida.

How to determine the value of artwork

Art valuation is a specific subset of financial valuation. It is the process of estimating the market value of artwork. Most artwork undergoes valuation prior to a divorce or complex division of property. Artwork valuation is done using resources from private collectors, auction houses, corporate collectors, gallery owners, curators and consultants.

What factors does Florida consider in asset division?

In Florida, there are a number of factors that may be considered by court when determining what constitutes a fair division of marital assets. Each marriage is different, so it is reasonable that each divorce be considered on its own terms. If you are divorcing, many things may affect what exactly is "fair" in your asset division.

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