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What If Me And My Ex Can’t Decide On A Child Time Sharing Schedule?
One of the most important parts of child custody in Florida is creating a time sharing schedule. Unfortunately, this can lead to serious disagreements between parents. Almost inevitably, one parent will end up spending a little more time with the kids than the other. Who takes the kids on the weekends? Who takes the… Read More »
Will Cash Gifts Affect Alimony In Florida?
People have been giving each other cash gifts for hundreds of years. People may receive cash gifts for a number of reasons, including weddings, graduations, birthdays, anniversaries, and many others. In addition, some people use cash gifts for tax avoidance. But how might cash gifts affect alimony in Florida? There might be a greater… Read More »
Amicable Divorce Vs. No-Fault Divorce: What’s The Difference?
Generally speaking, most spouses prefer to deal with their divorces in an amicable fashion. Unfortunately, this isn’t always possible. But wait a second… Isn’t Florida a “no-fault” divorce state? Doesn’t this mean that all divorces in Florida are “amicable?” Not exactly. The terms “no-fault” and “amicable” may seem similar at first, but they are… Read More »
Common Misconceptions About Divorce In Florida
Many spouses in Florida are currently approaching divorce for the first time. Many of these individuals will have little to no experience with the legal world, and their understanding of divorce may come primarily from movies, tabloid journalism, and rumors. This leads to numerous misunderstandings and misconceptions, and these have the ability to seriously… Read More »
Florida Alimony Bill Heads To The House
For many years, Florida has been toying with the idea of overhauling its alimony system. If it moves ahead with this ambitious plan, it will become the first state to seriously change its alimony system. Many believe that this system needs to be changed across the nation, and that it harkens back to a… Read More »
What’s The Best Time-Sharing Schedule For Your Child’s Mental Health?
Although spouses may argue about many subjects as they approach divorce, most parents can at least agree on one thing: A child’s mental health is important. But how exactly do you protect your child’s mental health during and after a divorce? Creating an effective time-sharing schedule that serves your child’s best interests is important…. Read More »
When Inheritance Causes Issues During A Florida Divorce
When someone leaves money to a loved one, they certainly don’t expect this money to be snapped up by their ex. And technically speaking, this should never happen. However, there are a few things you need to be aware of when dealing with inheritance during a divorce, as a number of issues may arise… Read More »
Your Child’s Grades Can Affect Child Custody In Florida
At first, it might seem like your child’s educational record has absolutely nothing to do with your custody battle. After all, what does it matter whether your child gets straight As or is failing math class? Their needs as a child remain the same, and this shouldn’t affect your ability to maintain custody… right?… Read More »
Alimony And Inheritance
We are on the verge of something called the “Great Wealth Transfer.” This is when the Baby Boomer generation passes away and leaves behind their $68-trillion wealth to the Millennials. Sure: Some Baby Boomers will have squandered or lost all of their wealth by the time they leave this Earth. But others have amassed… Read More »
Dividing Crypto In A Divorce: Are Orlando Family Courts Prepared?
Having once been an extremely obscure asset, cryptocurrency is now a mainstream aspect of the financial world. People from all walks of life are investing, and many are being rewarded handsomely. But while crypto is now part of the financial world, some argue that it still has a long way to go in the… Read More »