Every year, numerous couples in Florida decide to call it quits on their marriages. Every year, some of those couples spend time looking for ways to make the divorce process as painless and easy as possible. If you are ending your marriage and you want to avoid court and have a real say in what you will walk away with, a collaborative divorce may be for you.
The financial ramifications of the end of a marriage can be immense. This is especially true for those seeking a divorce in Florida or elsewhere in the United States who have a high net worth. These individuals can find the property division process to be painstakingly meticulous, and discussions about alimony can set the stage for one's post-divorce financial well-being. In other words, there is a lot at stake during marriage dissolution proceedings. Perhaps no one knows this more than Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
Many Floridians think that a will is enough to satisfy their estate planning needs. This is because wills and the issues that sometimes accompany them are easy to portray in the media, including film and television. Yet, the truth of the matter is that there are many other aspects of estate planning that can ensure that an estate plan is holistic in nature. Everyone who creates a will needs to ensure that it is executed in a clear and legally valid manner. Otherwise an entire estate plan, regardless of how thorough it is, can be placed in jeopardy.