If a divorcing couple in Florida has minor children, courts require a parenting plan as part of the divorce process. The plan consists essentially of a custody agreement that covers important practical considerations.
One piece of advice many Tavares high-value couples should keep in mind when discussing the topic of divorce is to be cautious. If you are part of a high-value marriage and thinking about leaving your partner, it is best for you to prepare first.
The divorce is over and you’re back in the dating scene. You’ve found someone whose company you enjoy but you aren’t sure how to tell your children. Are they ready to meet a new person in your life? It’s possible that you are worried that your children won't accept your new partner after a divorce.
Though you may think the phrase, “I can resist anything except temptation,” may be describing your soon-to-be-ex-spouse, it’s really just an example of an oxymoron. Along the lines of “act naturally,” “same difference” and “old news,” an oxymoron making recent headlines is “good divorce.”
If you are engaged and planning your wedding in Tavares, the one thing you do not want to overlook is a prenuptial agreement. You may think it is a contract that only benefits the wealthy, but it can be a beneficial document if you have children from a previous relationship, a business or assets.
Marriage can be a beautiful institution or may prove to not be right for certain couples. In the instance that a marriage does not work out, a prenuptial agreement may help to avoid certain marital disputes.
As you and your spouse face divorce, you both know you want to take an approach that will have the most benefits to your finances and emotional health. You want to get the process over with as easily and quickly as possible.
When the major credit bureau Equifax announced its customer files had been hacked, it caused a major uproar. Many people in Florida found out their files had been compromised and their sensitive information had been leaked. While Equifax worked to combat consumer fear, there was no erasing what had happened. Now consumers are left wondering what this means for their credit and finances in the future.
If a law enforcement officer arrests you, you may hear those famous words, “You have the right to remain silent.” This is part of the Miranda warning, which refers to your Fifth Amendment protection to refrain from providing testimony that the prosecutor could use against you in court.
If you are the father and main breadwinner in your family, and you or your wife decide to end your marriage, you face the reality of providing for two homes. This can be a daunting thought, especially if you are used to barely getting by. As you prepare for your divorce and determine how to come out of it as unscathed as possible, there are a few things you can do to financially prepare.