The initial perception that some people have of prenuptial agreements is negative. Those people may have the idea that a prenuptial agreement sets you up for failure. While it's understandable why some people may feel that way, the true benefits of a prenup can be seen in real-life examples.
Laws pertaining to divorce, child custody and support, and alimony are constantly changing and evolving with the times. This development in law makes it important to work with a local attorney that knows the ins and outs of Florida's family laws.
In our last post we discussed a study from the Minnesota Population Center that may be giving us a clearer understanding of the state of divorce in Florida and across the nation. It gave us a clearer picture of where our older generations are when it comes to divorce, but what about younger individuals?
Half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. Everyone in Florida knows that, right? It's what we've been hearing over and over for years. It's hard to really pinpoint where these statistics are coming from, but the idea appears to be based on pretty 'shaky data.'
Spring is here and with it comes graduation season. For some Florida college students, this will be the year they finally receive their degree. With a degree comes the hope of one day having a successful career, but undoubtedly, for many students, a degree also comes with massive debt.
In this post, we are continuing the very important issue of communicating with children during divorce. Proper communication can help a child cope with the feelings they have throughout the process.
No matter how emotional a divorce may be, it’s important to remember that divorce, on the most basic level, is a legal matter. That’s why many lawyers will point out that the way you act during those proceedings could have an effect on the outcome of the divorce.
If you follow celebrity news, you may have heard that actress Gwyneth Paltrow has announced her divorce from her husband Chris Martin, a British rock musician. Interestingly enough, it is not the divorce that is making headlines, but more so what she called the divorce: ‘conscious uncoupling.’
In our last post we discussed things to avoid doing while going through divorce. Today we’ll continue that topic, concentrating on a few things that may seem minor but can actually have a big negative effect on the divorce process.
We have written a lot on our blog about the steps necessarily for a successful divorce. But once in a while, readers need to be reminded of the ‘do not dos’ of divorce. After all, it can sometimes be easy to get caught up in bad behavior during the process because it can be so emotionally overwhelming. Before you do something that you regret, take the time to consider the things you should avoid doing.