Signs a Marriage Won’t Last

Unfortunately, not all marriages are destined to last. In the beginning, no one imagines themselves getting a divorce, or having a short marriage; they think they will beat all the odds.  But sadly, some of the marriages come to an end for different reasons. Issues and disagreements are normal in any relationship, but there are […]

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How to Handle Finances During a Divorce

For the most part, divorce isn’t an easy process to go through. One aspect that truly can add stress to divorce is finances. No matter your age or financial situation, divorce can surely shake things up and disrupt the current flow of your finances. During a divorce, both parties are trying to protect the financial […]

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What Can Happen Without a Prenup?

Talk of a prenuptial agreement, or “prenup”, can be a very touchy subject with a significant other. Often when one party has a substantial amount of money more than his or her partner, this topic is brought up. It is worth the conversation. Some people find prenups insulting and unromantic, while others think just think […]

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Changes in divorce law coming?

SB 250 filed to change the way divorce law and divorces are handled in Florida courts State Senator Tom Lee has filed a bill (SB 250) to amend Florida divorce law which rules on alimony and child custody. To be considered in the 2016 regular session, the bill – 41 pages in length – would change the […]

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Appellate court: Alimony too low, try again

You may have read stories recently about the divorce battle taking place between hedge fund billionaire Kenneth Griffin and his estranged wife Anne Dias Griffin. She has claimed expenses of nearly $1 million per month, which she says is needed to support herself, her three children and their four nannies. While not everyone lives that […]

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