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3 tips for successful co-parenting after divorce

Divorce is hard enough to bear on its own, and adding co-parenting into the mix can often complicate matters further. Learning how to coexist with your former significant other can make all the difference in the lives of any children you share, however, so the sooner you learn to successfully co-parent, the better off your family will likely be in the long run.

Can mediation work in high-asset divorces?

Many people believe that high-asset couples who divorce will inevitably "battle it out" in court. However, this is not necessarily the case. Although the financial stakes are clearly higher in a divorce where there are significant assets, this fact does not absolutely determine whether a couple will contend with a litigious divorce.

Is divorce easier on infants?

It may be natural to think infants whose parents are divorcing have an easier time of things. In one way, that can be true because they grow up with their parents living apart. These children know nothing else.

What you need to know about permanent alimony in Florida

If you are a wealthy man headed for divorce, you probably have a lot of concerns about your finances. One of your main worries might be alimony, especially if your wife has mostly stayed at home. How much is she going to fight for and how much will she get? 

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.

Worried your husband is hiding the boat? Here is what to do

When getting divorced in Florida, you and your spouse will divide your assets through equitable distribution. You both must identify all property, debts and income and determine what is separate or marital property. Marital property is then divided either by the court or by a mutual agreement between the two of you.

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