Understanding Minor Child Relocation in Florida

After a couple has made the difficult decision to separate or divorce, it’s possible that one parent elects to relocate with their child. This can be a point of contention because, should the move be out of state, it means that the child won’t be able to continue the previously established visitation schedule with both […]

Answers to Three Top Questions about Tampa Military Divorce

Over the past decade, military divorce rates have hit all-time highs. While this type of divorce is in many ways similar to a civilian divorce, there are unique issues involved in a military divorce which spouses and their families will face. Three Top Questions Regarding Military Divorce 1. What Happens to My Children If I’m […]

How Can Having a High Net Worth Affect Child Support in Florida?

When a couple makes the difficult decision to split up or divorce, it can present several complex issues, especially if minor children are involved. The state of Florida requires both parents, regardless of whether or not they have been married, to care for their children and, in cases of non-custodial parents, pay some kind of […]

Latest Supreme Court Opinion Affecting Florida Equitable Distribution

Divorce cases are often tied to issues involving the distribution of marital assets. In Florida, only marital assets can be subjected to equitable distribution which typically apportions the spousal properties in equal shares. Marital VS Non-Marital Assets Classifying assets into marital and non marital is a crucial step in equitable distribution because only marital properties […]

Equitable Distribution in Florida – the divission of a married couples assets and liabilites

When couples divorce they depend on the divorce court to divide their finances in several ways. Often the largest financial issue the Court decides is the divission of a married couples assets and liabilities, often referred to as equitable distribution. It is of crucial importance that people understand the basics of equitable distribution including how […]

Don’t Jump into Marriage without a Prenuptial Agreement

Before you think of wedding bells and walking down the aisle, it’s a good idea to also think about the consequences if your marriage fails. It’s not a pleasant thought to predict the end of your relationship but both parties need to consider their best interests and how they can best serve their future selves […]

Understanding Jewish Divorce in Florida

Preparing for a divorce for anyone can be a complicated and stressful time, but if the couple are of the Jewish faith it can be a thorny road navigating between the state laws and the religious procedures of a Get. Jewish Marriage and Divorce Under Jewish law, for both marriage and divorce, the power lies […]

Former Banker Loses $225 Million Divorce Fight

A former American banker living in London recently lost his appeal regarding his claim to a majority share of $225 million in marital assets. The banker made headlines when he demanded that the judge on the case in London place a value on his “genius” and how it had made the banker and his ex-wife […]