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The basics of alimony

Depending on the financial circumstances of a marriage, a court will sometimes award a former spouse alimony, otherwise known as spousal support. The purpose of this is to make sure both parties leave the marriage with the financial means of at least affording basic necessities to sustain a reasonably comfortable life.

Don't think you need to handle divorce alone

No enters a marriage with plans to eventually divorce. Unfortunately, many couples do end their marriage for one reason or another. These situations can be tremendously stressful, especially when children are involved. It's important, however, to keep a level head and have the guidance of experienced attorneys.

How to protect your business during divorce

Two of the most exciting times in a person's life are getting married and starting a business, but these two events are often very different. Although there are plenty of business efforts that are intended to be a joint effort from the beginning, the business ventures of one spouse is sometimes better off if it does not commingle with the marriage.

How a prenuptial agreement can protect you

Prenuptial agreements are a difficult subject to discuss. However, they provide a multitude of benefits that can protect you and your future spouse in the long run. A prenuptial agreement might not be romantic, but it is one of the best ways to protect assets and specify how a marital estate will be divided in the event of a divorce.

Florida laws on mental incompetence may affect divorce cases

Being deemed mentally incompetent by a court could lead to considerable complications in a person's life. He or she may no longer be able to make many decisions on his or her own, and as a result, a guardian may be appointed. However, if that guardian is a spouse and the deemed-incompetent individual wishes to get a divorce, state laws could come into play.

Amicable divorce possible for low-conflict Florida couples

If Florida residents come to a point in their marriages where one or both individuals feel that the relationship is coming to an end, they may believe there is no hope for saving it. As a result, divorce is often seriously considered. However, if individuals feel that the time has come to end their marriage, broaching the topic could set the tone for how the process is carried out.

Barrymore settlement may give Florida residents divorce goals

When individuals decide that it is time for their marriage to come to an end, they likely want a speedy and pain-free process. Some Florida residents may believe that such divorce proceedings are few and far between, but it is possible for individuals to work through their proceedings in a timely manner if the circumstances are right. Even celebrity couples could go through a smooth process that lasts only a few weeks. 

Various factors could impact Florida divorce difficulties

It would not be unwarranted for Florida residents facing divorce to hope that their proceedings move quickly. However, divorce is a complicated process, and for many parties, the experience could prove difficult. There are a variety of reasons why issues could arise, but specific life details and emotional upheaval may be among the top reasons for complications.

Divorce settlements could play role in Florida residents' lives

When a divorce is finalized, the settlement terms often detail how the divorced couple will interact with each other when necessary. These terms must be followed when the conditions are applicable, although some individuals may agree to act in different manners on occasion. However, if issues arise between the divorcing individuals, citing the divorce agreement may help keep conflict to a minimum.

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