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Money and infidelity in Florida divorces

Divorce is often confusing beyond the emotional turmoil that the event may cause. Parents will need to work out the best ways to support their children, and homeowners need to address the realities of moving on materially. But one thing that comes up in nearly every divorce is the matter of money.

Florida lawmaker failed to disclose assets

Divorce is always a complicated issue. Even when spouses can still communicate, the emotional toll of ending a marriage can set a lot of personal goals back and throw families into chaos. The effect can be worse when spouses do not get along or are trying to conceal assets from each other during the divorce process.

Florida has options for different types of divorce

It is hard to know where to start when you are considering divorce. Even if a couple had the foresight to craft a prenuptial agreement, the emotional and practical concerns can seem too hard to bear. Fortunately, Florida and other states have made moves to simplify the divorce process, even for couples with a lot of assets to divide.

Can a mediation work in a high-asset divorce?

Divorce usually calls up specific images of financial stress and emotional misery, especially if a couple has been together for a long time and built a solid life together. The process can be difficult, but it does not have to be awful if partners can agree to mediate their differences.

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.

Do not let anger influence your decisions during divorce

You're getting divorced and you blame your spouse for the breakdown of the marriage. You're angry. You decide to take it out on them in court. You are fairly wealthy, after all, so you figure you have the resources to make life miserable for your ex.

Putting assets in a trust may protect them during divorce

Are you about to get married and looking for ways to protect your personal assets? Perhaps your significant other does not want to sign a prenuptial agreement, but you worry about commingling your assets and then losing a portion of them in a divorce. What can you do?