Month: March 2021

Relocation law may apply to your move

Like many other states, Florida has a law which explains how a resident of the greater Fort Lauderdale area who wants to move should go about doing so if they are subject to a court order establishing access and parenting time to their children. The so-called...

Business plays a role in divorce

Spouses must seek information from their former spouses and locate and value their assets during a divorce. Some information, however, may be difficult to find. Traditional and, with increasing frequency, non-traditional compensation plan from a soon-to-be former...

Using appraisers in a Florida divorce

One of the most difficult aspects of Florida divorces is dividing the couple’s assets. Divorcing couples are free to negotiate a division of their assets, but when negotiation fails, the court must step in. For couples with substantial assets, a professional appraiser...

What other types of alimony are available?

Divorce can become contentious, regardless of the circumstances. Though, other than child custody, one of the most contentious disputes revolve around alimony. Indeed, our blog even recently discussed permanent alimony. However, readers were likely left wonder what...