Month: December 2022

What does equitable distribution mean in a Florida divorce?

Property division is one of the most complicated aspects of a Florida divorce. You and your spouse have most likely accumulated a great deal of property over the course of your marriage, and the thought of having to split it all can cause you to feel overwhelmed. You...

Are you headed for a “contested” high-asset divorce?

Although thousands of divorce cases are filed in Florida each year, each case is different. Yes, there are common legal issues in most divorce cases, like child custody and support, alimony and property and debt division, but when you are facing a divorce, you want to...

Preparing for your high-asset divorce

There are many reasons why couples choose to stay married even though they know that emotionally the marriage is over. One of the biggest reasons is finances. Over the course of your marriage, you and your spouse might have accumulated a great deal of assets. The idea...

Is there alimony in Florida?

Spousal support still exists but for different reasons than previously recognized. Families typically do not rely only on one income, but spouses often seek support after divorce because they made non-financial contributions to their family, which set back their...

Co-parenting during the holidays

The holiday season is here, and that can bring new challenges for you and your co-parent as you decide how to approach custody. If you do not have a custody order in place through a Florida court, now might be a good time to start the process. How courts decide on...