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High Asset Divorce Archives

Can social media be a problem in a divorce?

You may love social media. It makes it easy to interact with people you wouldn't otherwise see, you can quickly share pictures and updates and it simply offers a lot of fun—and a way to kill time. If you're getting divorced in Florida, though, it may not seem so fun if it has a negative impact on your proceedings.

Moving on during a divorce takes time, consider these tips

Divorce is a stressful experience even in the best of cases. When you have already been under a lot of stress as your marriage dissolves and you increase that stress with a divorce, you might end up emotionally worn out. There is no way that you can take away all of the stress that is associated with a divorce, but there are ways that you can cope with the changes so that you aren't emotionally battered throughout the process.

Couple's standoff highlights divorce difficulties

A couple in the midst of a divorce is making national news after the man began living outside of his million-dollar home. According to reports, the man's wife kicked him out in March of this year before officially filing for divorce in June, but he refused to leave the front yard.

High-asset divorces and hidden assets

Hidden assets are a possibility in any divorce, but it is often a little easier to hide funds or physical assets, such as a house or recreational vehicle, if the couple had substantial assets or incomes. In any high asset divorce it is of the utmost importance that all of the assets and income streams are reported accurately to the courts so that the divorce settlement can proceed accordingly.

Marriage and divorce trends in Florida

By keeping track of the marriages and divorces that take place every year, the state of Florida is able to see patterns that happen over the course of one year as well as those that occur over decades. According to the Florida Vital Statistics Annual Report for 2014, the declining divorce rate continued in the state, although the number of marriages increased from 2013. In 2013, there were 137,127 marriages performed in the state of Florida, but that increased to 145,250 in 2014.

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck divorce

The financial issues are almost always a heated topic in every divorce. Couples often have very different ideas of what is a fair settlement, and it's not unusual for one or even both parties to attempt to get more than their fair share out of the divorce as a way to punish the other person. Divorces that include high value assets can be even more challenging.

Representative Grayson settles divorce with an annulment

Many of our readers have probably been following Rep. Alan Grayson's divorce. If you remember, this divorce has been full of turns and twists that have kept many people enthralled. There were accusations of bigamy and domestic violence, which was initially filed in January 2014 by Mrs. Grayson. In the latest news regarding the divorce, both parties have agreed to have the marriage annulled instead of moving forward with a divorce.

A variety of factors can lead up to a divorce

Generally, people think of divorce as something that happens when couples just can't get along anymore. That isn't necessarily the case. There are specific life events that can lead up to a divorce. Knowing what those events are might help some people to realize what actually caused their divorce while helping others to avoid divorce.

How can an inheritance be protected in a Florida divorce?

Inheriting property and other items from a relative is often a financial boost. It is also a great sentimental boost that you might need after you lose a loved one. If you are married and end up with an inheritance, there are some special considerations you must think about because you need to protect your inheritance if you end up getting divorced. Our Florida readers might find that some of this information offers valuable protection for inherited items.