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Is it easier to choose divorce when you're wealthy?

Despite how often people say that "money can't buy happiness," they often act surprised when wealthy individuals still have troubles in their personal lives. For instance, you often see celebrities and other rich couples head to divorce court, and people wonder how it could have happened when they didn't have any financial stress and really had everything -- materialistically speaking -- that they wanted.

What percentage of assets should stay-at-home spouses receive?

According to Forbes, about 25% of women are stay-at-home mothers. Among them are 10% of all American mothers who are considered to be "highly educated," meaning they have master's degrees or higher. As far as men go, approximately 7% are stay-at-home dads.

Cryptocurrency issues starting to creep into American divorces

It's easy to go to the ATM, enter your card and learn your bank balance. It's a whole other thing to figure out where your spouse might be keeping cryptocurrency - a digital asset, such as bitcoin - and how to access it.

Baseball player appealing order he says amounts to palimony

Typically, we use this space to discuss various topics related to divorces of high-earning spouses. However, there is a family law case pending in the Florida courts that involves a multimillionaire athlete and the woman whose two children he fathered that has elements involved in many divorces.

Have you made your Florida business divorce-proof?

You're working really hard to build your business from the ground up in Florida. You're putting in long days and sweat equity to make it a successful venture. Your spouse doesn't want anything to do with the business, so you have been on your own.

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