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September 2018 Archives

What tax changes matter to a high-asset divorce?

A few things are always important when you are negotiating a divorce, especially when a lot of value in assets and possessions are at stake. One of the most vital is full disclosure to attorneys and the court because mediations and other resolutions rely on complete trust.

Prenuptial agreements adapt to new technological times

Prenuptial agreements are widely considered a good idea, much in the same way that wills can avoid disagreements between surviving family members. There is something valuable in having the specifications of a relationship clearly spelled out for all parties to understand.

What does good fortune mean to child support in Florida?

A rich parent doesn't always make for a happy childhood. Sometimes, a mother's or father's wealth or earning potential can cause complications in a divorce. Since the split of parents is already a traumatizing experience, any dispute over child support or custody can be especially painful.

What will happen to your property in divorce?

If you are facing the prospect of divorce, you may have serious concerns over what will happen to your personal property and assets. It is normal to have concerns over your stuff when a marriage ends, and it can be helpful to understand how property division works and what you can do to protect your interests. You also have the right to fight to keep certain assets and pursue a specific outcome to your property division order.