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May 2020 Archives

Develop a well-rounded property division settlement

Florida, like the vast majority of states in this country, requires that property division in divorce be based on what's equitable, not what's equal. For some individuals, this is a bit confusing, but your attorney might make it a bit easier to understand. Your lawyer can tell you the options you have based on the specific circumstances so you know what to expect.

Serious consequences of not paying child support in Florida

When parents split up, a court order for child support is usually issued. This places a financial responsibility on one parent to pay a specific amount of money to the other parent. The recipient must use the money to provide for the children. Other requirements, such as carrying the children on a health insurance policy and paying extra on specific expenses like uninsured medical care costs, might also apply.

3 considerations for summer visits with the children

Summertime is usually a fun time for families because the weather is conducive to fun activities. If you're going to have your kids for the summer, you need to start thinking about the ins and outs of how that is going to work. There are several things that you might have to consider, so getting started now might be beneficial.

Tips for high asset property division in Florida

High asset divorces are often a challenge for the parties involved because they have to think about several factors before they come up with a split. While there are some aspects of the process that won't be able to be simplified, there are several things you can do to help make things easier.

Alimony records are necessary for both parties

Alimony isn't as common as it once was, but it is imperative that you ensure you have proper records if it is a part of your divorce. The spousal support order is set in one of two ways. The first is that you and your ex agree on what's going to be paid and when. The second is that the court will look at all applicable factors and make the determination. In either case, the terms are written out so that they can be complied with.