We recently discussed some of the issues that have to do with property division in a divorce. This is only one of the areas of contention that you might have to deal with when you get a divorce. The fact of the matter is that almost everything that has to do with a divorce is going to be a bit difficult. We know that you might not really be prepared to deal with the issues that come up. While we can't make decisions for you, we can help you to learn about what laws play a part in your case so that you can make informed choices.
Aside from child custody and support, property division is most likely to cause some issues during divorce. If you are thinking about or in the midst of a divorce, knowing some basic points about how property is divided can help you formulate a plan and work through the negotiations that might occur.
Real estate division during a divorce is something that can lead to you starting your new life with a good financial backing or starting your new life with your head barely above water. It is crucial that you fully understand what you are getting your hands on when you are going through the property division process.
Choosing a divorce attorney is one of the most important decisions you will make after the decision to end the relationship. It is also one that should be done as quickly as possible to ensure that all of your filings are done in a timely manner and you have legal counsel should issues come up, as they often do once the paperwork gets started.
One of the most challenging aspect of property division in a divorce is figuring out what is marital property and what is individual property. Because martial property is subject to the equitable division of the assets and individual property is not, many people try to claim assets as theirs and only theirs when really they must be considered part of the martial assets.
Less than five months after Jimbo Fisher, Florida State University's football coach, filed for divorce from his wife Candi, a final agreement between the two was reached. The divorce was finalized last month. That's a relatively fast resolution for a high-asset divorce, especially for a couple married as long as the Fishers -- 22 years -- and who are the parents of two young children. According to the divorce petition, the couple separated last May.
When we discuss topics related to high asset divorces, we usually cover issues relevant to alimony or property division. While these issues can crop up in any divorce, they can be especially complex and large-scale when one or more individuals in a divorce owns high-value assets. A recent news story about the divorce between a fitness model and Florida businessman reminds us that child support can also be an issue in high asset divorces.
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.
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.
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.