Floridian couples who are in the midst of a divorce will be dealing with a lot of heated financial matters. What makes these matters worse is if both parties aren't being completely honest with each other. Michael E. Golub, P.A., is here to describe some potential signs that your partner may be attempting to hide assets from you during the divorce proceedings.
If you have a prenuptial agreement and are facing divorce in Florida, you may think you are all set. You will not have to worry about any surprises during the divorce proceedings because the document already lays out what will happen. While this is usually true, you may also run into issues where your prenuptial agreement becomes void or parts of it do.
The subject of prenuptial agreements can be a confusing and controversial topic, especially if this is your first marriage. Like other Florida residents, you may think that drawing up a prenup ruins the romance. You do not plan on ever getting a divorce, so why would your spouse-to-be even think about suggesting it? Before you scrap the idea of a prenup, you may want to consider the possible reasons to get one. It can also help to understand what a prenuptial agreement is unable to accomplish.