Month: January 2022

Parental location involving a minor child after a divorce

Most Florida couples who get divorces view the entry of the final order as a permanent decision on how their futures will be managed. Unhappily, life is uncertain, and many circumstantial changes can disrupt assumptions and plans for the future. One of the most...

Is a retirement plan subject to property division in a divorce?

In a Florida divorce, property division is one of the most common reasons for disagreement during the process. There is often confusion about how to divide property in a way that is considered fair. Most states – including Florida – use the equitable distribution...

Using an appraiser in a Florida divorce

No Florida resident will be surprised to learn that dividing marital assets is one of the most difficult issues in a divorce. The difficulty is compounded for couples who own significant assets or who have been for many years. For most couples, the family home is the...

Understanding the role of a guardian ad litem

Parents going through a divorce may have questions about the child custody process. It is common for this process to include a guardian ad litem, but parents may not understand their role. In Florida, a guardian ad litem is a person who represents the child’s best...