Month: May 2021

Avoiding enforcement of a premarital agreement in Florida

Most competent Florida divorce attorneys will urge their clients to sign an appropriate premarital agreement, especially if the new couple will possess significant assets.  However, when a marriage sours and a divorce looms, one of the signatories to the premarital...

What to expect from property division during divorce

Preparing for the property division process during divorce can carry with it some apprehension. To help ease those concerns, it is helpful for divorcing couples to be prepared with what to expect and how property division is determined during divorce. Equitable...

How divorce can affect insurance coverages

Beyond the emotional toll that divorce takes on everyone involved, there are also pragmatic issues that need attention in order to ensure financial security once the divorce is final. Not only will all parties have to settle property division, custodial arrangements...

When to consider requesting a child custody modification

When life changes, child custody needs may also change. For that reason, parents should be familiar with when they may want to consider requesting a child custody modification and when it may be possible to do so. When to request a child custody modification There are...

How is alimony decided in Florida?

Once alimony has been requested during the divorce process, it is important to be familiar with how it is decided. The divorce court will take a hard look at a variety of different factors when determining whether or not to award alimony; how much alimony to award;...