• All You Need to Know About Parenting Plans after Divorce

    August 8, 2017

    Divorce is among the toughest things that can happen in life. Divorce involves financial complications, legal issues, and severe emotional strains. Though divorce often comes with several disagreements, divorcing couples must come to an agreement on creating a parenting plan for their children. (more…)

  • What Are the Expenses Involved in a Divorce?

    August 8, 2017

    When a couple decides to get divorced, one of the foremost questions that comes to mind is the financial costs of getting a divorce. Divorce is a decision that not only changes your marital status, but also changes your financial situation. Generally, the overall cost of a divorce depends on various factors, such as whether you separate or not before the divorce is final, whether your spouse is combative, how many issues you will need to resolve, and the divorce lawyer you hire. (more…)

  • An Understanding of Division of Assets while Divorcing

    August 8, 2017

    If you are going through a divorce, it is important to understand how your assets can be divided. Division of family property can be a difficult task, especially when there are significant assets involved, such as houses, rental property, stock options, retirement and pension plans, brokerage accounts, businesses, restricted stock, professional practices, and deferred compensation. Making decisions regarding who should get what can be a challenge even under the most agreeable situations. (more…)

  • Why should You Avoid Comparing your Divorce with other Divorced People?

    August 8, 2017

    Going through a divorce is one of the most challenging events that can happen in anyone’s life. Apart from the intense emotional strain, the process of divorce involves legal issues and financial complications. Divorce is far more than separating assets and belongings. The end of a marriage is one of the most emotionally painful experiences you may have in your life. (more…)

  • A Guide to Parental Responsibilities in Divorce in Florida

    August 8, 2017

    Are you thinking about divorce in Florida? If so, then you should be aware that the State of Florida has certain requirements to file for dissolution of marriage, particularly when children are involved. The parties involved in divorce proceedings with minor children are required to complete the Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course prior to the court's final judgment. Generally, the course can be taken on-line and you will get a Certificate to be filed with the court stating that you completed the course. (more…)

  • 4 Myths Related to Divorce in Florida

    August 8, 2017

    Have you decided to file for divorce in Florida? There are a number of myths attached to divorce. Some of these include: Myth 1: A spouse can refuse the other spouse a divorce. Before no-fault divorce was accepted in Florida, one partner could make it very difficult for the other partner to end the marriage. (more…)

  • 3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Planning For Divorce

    April 17, 2017

    About 50% marriages end in divorce. Some of the most common reasons why people prefer ending their marriage include: (more…)

  • A Guide Related to Child Custody & Timesharing

    April 17, 2017

    Child custody and timesharing can be among the most complicated issues during divorce. Divorced parents, split couples, and sometimes grandparents face the issue of child custody. Many people assume that only mothers can get child custody, but this is not true. Neither it true that the younger a child is, the more likely that the mother will get custody and majority timesharing. (more…)

  • Surprising Facts to Know About Divorce

    April 17, 2017

    In Boca Raton, about 82,121 people are married, around 47,809 have never been married, 7,258 are separated, 6,888 are widowed, and 16,586 are divorced. Florida has one of the highest divorce rates in the country. Divorces are more common in second (65-67%) and third marriages (73-74%) compared to divorce rates for first marriages. Divorces are among the most stressful and complicated matters in a person’s life. Some of the key reasons why people get divorced in the first place include: (more…)

  • 5 Essential Tips to Survive Financially After Your Divorce

    April 17, 2017

    Divorce is all about separating ties and starting over. As soon as your divorce is finalized, you may start experiencing financial uncertainty. After a divorce, you may need to trim down spending and live within your means. Building a financial plan can help secure your future and give you peace of mind. Below are several important tips for people who are going through the pain of divorce and don’t know how to survive financially afterward: (more…)