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Avoiding a Disastrous and Devastating Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

Sometimes divorces get extra heated and push both spouses to their limits. In such cases, spouses often make untrue accusations, verbally attack each other, place one another in extreme financial stress and burden their spouse with excessive emotional pressure. When divorces get out of hand, neither side comes out ahead, especially when small children… Read More »

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Do Not Let Your Ex Take Your Inheritance

By Steve W. Marsee |

Inheritances given prior or during the course of the marriage in the State of Florida are considered property that solely belongs to the inheriting spouse. Nevertheless, there are mistakes that people sometimes make that can lead to their inheritance being deemed as joint property with their husband or wife. Commingling of Your Inheritance  When… Read More »

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Collaborative Divorces Versus Traditional Divorces

By Steve W. Marsee |

So, you have decided to get divorced; however, traditional divorces have the reputation for being stressful and difficult processes. Depending on the circumstances that have made you and your spouse decide to get a divorce, lots of emotions, such as hate, anger and frustration, may be running extra high. Typically, both spouses hire lawyers… Read More »

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Types of Guardianship

By Steve W. Marsee |

There are numerous circumstances that may cause parents or other authorities to place someone else in charge as another person’s guardian. Under Florida law, there are two different kinds of guardianship roles. The first, involves guardians for minor children and the other concerns adults that are incapacitated. For children, a guardian is assigned responsibilities… Read More »

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Divorcing a Spouse with a Mental Health Disorder

By Steve W. Marsee |

More than 40 million Americans have a mental health condition. Many marriages are greatly impacted by mental health problems. Under the State of Florida law, couples are allowed to divorce on the grounds of mental incapacity of a spouse. When one spouse decides to divorce the other on grounds of mental incapacity, the other… Read More »

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Factors that you Should Consider Before Discussing Alimony

By Steve W. Marsee |

Often times there are various reasons people unhappy in their marriage chose to postpone filing for divorce. One of the principal reasons often relates to financial worries. The thought of being forced to consider both financial and lifestyle changes can be a bitter pill to swallow for most. Spouses making a majority of the… Read More »

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Divorcing a Spouse with an Alcohol or Drug Problem

By Steve W. Marsee |

Millions of Americans suffer from alcohol and drug abuse. One of the hardest things may be to sit back and watch your spouse fight with addiction. Divorces are never really that easy, and when one spouse has a serious alcohol or drug problem, the divorce quickly becomes more about health and safety. The whole… Read More »

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Ways to Safeguard Your Assets in a Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

In a marriage, couples typically share the economic burden together. Divorces often have disastrous effects on divorcees’ bank accounts and financial outlooks, because of the change it brings to the wealth structures. Although divorces are never easy, taking the right steps to safeguard your assets can ease some of the stress. Avoiding Financial Mistakes … Read More »

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Avoiding a Damaging Divorce

By Steve W. Marsee |

Divorce is often considered one of the biggest destroyers of wealth. Although divorce has become increasingly prevalent in today’s society, a divorcee’s finances are seldom discussed by personal financial advisors. Approximately half of all marriages end in divorce; however, divorce is often still considered a taboo subject. Most believe that decades of hard work,… Read More »

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The Biggest Benefits from Getting Divorced

By Steve W. Marsee |

Most Americans view divorce as an unfavorable or awful event. Although divorces are typically the consequence of  failed marriages, in some cases divorcees may actually benefit from the situation. Following the initial shock and grief, many divorcees discover that they have more freedom and reduced expenses after their divorce. For those contemplating getting a… Read More »

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