At one point, you loved and cherished each other. The "'til death do us part" didn't last, but that doesn't mean you have to leave your marriage without the same respect you entered it.
We've heard for years that money is the biggest cause of stress in a relationship, and a recent survey of more than 2,000 adults reinforces that idea. In fact, 35 percent of respondents said money was the biggest trouble point in their marriage.
Life happened in an instant, didn't it?
Sometimes a marriage just doesn't work out. You still have great respect for each other. You want to work together to co-parent amicably. You are great friends, but just not great partners. Why should your divorce be a battle then?
For some divorcing couples in Florida and around the country, figuring out how to divide retirement accounts is one of the toughest decisions to make.
One issue that often gets overlooked during divorce is child support. All too often, bickering parents expect for the courts to take their side and award them the amount they feel they deserve in child support, not realizing there are specific factors taken into consideration.