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How to avoid the financial challenges of divorce

Divorce, even when uncontested, is never easy. Couples that realize their marriage can no longer survive will ultimately file for divorce, even if they still have a love for each other. Divorce does not have to be as financially challenging as some make it out to be. In fact, there are ways to avoid the financial challenges of getting divorced in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Chief executive officer of Turner involved in ugly divorce

The chief executive officer (CEO) of Turner, which oversees CNN, is embattled in an ugly divorce from his wife of five years. John K. Martin Jr. is the chairman and CEO of Turner. He also oversees the business CNN conducts. The couple wed back in 2012 at the Mandarin Oriental New York.

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.

Why parenting plans change

One great thing about setting up a parenting plan with your co-parent is the predictability it brings. For example, there should rarely be a question about who pays what and when one parent has the child(ren). This stability is a huge stress reliever for children and parents alike. That said, life circumstances change. Little by little, your life may have transformed so much that seven years later, it is a poor match for the official parenting plan.

Visitation plans for Florida child custody cases

Child custody can be a hot button topic for many divorcing couples that don't seem to get along well. For couples that can find common ground, visitation plans are a great way to schedule which parent will have the children at certain times of the week.

Florida man back in jail for failing to pay child support

A Florida man is back in jail for failing to pay child support. The man, 46, lives with his mother in the Village of Tall Trees. He is back in jail after voluntarily calling the Sumter County Sheriff's office to inform them of an arrest warrant he was issued for overdue child support.

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