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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Bill O'Reilly is in the news and it's not for something that was said on his television show. The TV host is escalating his legal battle against his ex-wife, according to court documents.
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.
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.
You might think that an online appraisal can save you money and get you an answer quickly. While that might be true, an online appraisal can actually falsely inflate your home's value, and that can seriously impact your divorce.