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Marital And Separate Assets Explained

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you’re going through divorce, property division is probably a major concern for you. Whether you are a high-net-worth individual or someone on a limited income, it’s important to keep hold of what’s yours. And when approaching the property division process, it’s very important to understand the difference between marital and separate property. When… Read More »

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Will My Mental Health Issues Stop Me From Seeing My Kids?

By Steve W. Marsee |

In today’s uncertain world, mental health issues are more common than ever before. The WHO recently reported that anxiety and depression increased by 25% during the pandemic. Of course, mental health was already a major concern in the United States even before Covid-19, with suicidal ideation and substance abuse steadily climbing over the decades…. Read More »

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Is Alimony Really Necessary After Property Division?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Paying spouses often opine that alimony really isn’t necessary after the property division process. After all, if a spouse receives hundreds of thousands or even millions in a divorce settlement, isn’t that enough to cover their living expenses for the foreseeable future? This argument may have some logic behind it, but that doesn’t necessarily… Read More »

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Types Of Alimony In Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you’re approaching divorce in Florida, alimony may be a considerable concern for you. If you’re dealing with the possibility of paying alimony, you may be worried about the financial impacts. If you’re dealing with the possibility of receiving alimony, you may also be concerned about your financial future, and whether you will have… Read More »

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Does Child Support Include College Tuition In Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

If your marriage is coming to an end, your first thought might be of your children. How will they continue to live normal, healthy lives despite their parents’ breakup? How will their psychological well-being be affected by this major event? Will they begin to act out in school? Will their grades start to slip?… Read More »

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Selling Vs Trading Assets: Which Is Better In A Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

The property division process is often one of the most contentious aspects of a divorce. Seeing as many divorces are actually caused by disputes over money, this is not really very surprising. Although custody and other matters can lead to legal battles, spouses tend to view the division of their fortunes as one of… Read More »

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Why You Need To Consider Alimony When Remarrying

By Steve W. Marsee |

For many spouses, remarrying represents a brand new chapter – an exciting new path forward and a world of new possibilities. However, marriage also represents a financial transition, and you need to keep these factors in mind as you move forward. One of the things that may be impacted by remarriage is alimony, and… Read More »

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When Am I Allowed To Stop My Ex From Visiting My Children?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Parents in Florida might want to prevent their exes from seeing their children for a variety of reasons. Perhaps one parent is concerned that the other is a bad influence on the children. Maybe they believe that their children are not safe when under the supervision of their former spouse. You might believe that… Read More »

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How Do You “Trade Assets” In A Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Property division is one of the most difficult aspects of divorce in Florida, and many spouses feel a sense of dread as they approach it. Not only is it possible to lose roughly half of your assets in a divorce, but you might also lose some of your most prized possessions. The latter fear… Read More »

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Understanding How Moral Fitness Affects Your Custody Battle

By Steve W. Marsee |

If you take a look at Florida’s “best interests of children” as outlined in Section 61.13(3), you’ll see that one of these factors is “moral fitness.” This factor might seem a little confusing, especially since most of the others are relatively straightforward. For example, it’s easy to understand what “geographic viability” or “physical health”… Read More »

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