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Let’s Talk Statistics: the Prenuptial Agreement
Let’s Talk Statistics: the Prenuptial Agreement

A lot of people think that prenuptial agreements aren’t that common, or are a luxury that only the rich need to think about.  But when you look closely at the numbers, and dig into the statistics surrounding prenups, you will quickly learn that this type...

Important Considerations After a Divorce in Florida
Important Considerations Following a Divorce

Going through a divorce can be difficult. It is likely that once it is over, you just want to put it behind you. However, after the final papers are signed, you still have some tasks that need to be accomplished. Be sure to make the...

Planning for the Future: Prenuptial Agreements in Florida
Planning for the Future: Prenuptial Agreements

While obtaining a prenup may not be the most romantic activity a partner can suggest, it can be a useful one. When putting aside the emotions you may associate with them, you can begin to see the benefits they can offer to your marriage. To put...

How Can an Accountant Help in the Divorce Process?
How Can an Accountant Help in the Divorce Process?

Many divorces start because of one problem: money. Not having enough of it or disagreeing on spending and saving habits can drive a couple apart and lead them to the realization that they are not compatible. However, money issues don’t stop during a divorce -...

Are Alimony Payments Made Forever in florida?
Are Alimony Payments Made Forever?

An alimony decision can be great or frustrating depending on what side of the decision you’re on. For many people, alimony often seems like a permanent ruling that will hang over their head for the rest of their lives. However, this is untrue, as there...

Will Your Prenuptial Agreement Hold Up in a Florida Court?
Will Your Prenuptial Agreement Hold Up in a Florida Court?

Obtaining a prenuptial agreement is a lot like an insurance policy - you hope that you will never need one, but it’s a lot better to have a prenup in place and not need it than not have one in place and find yourself in...

How Debt is Handled in Florida Divorce Proceedings
How Debt is Handled in Florida Divorce Proceedings

One of the most complicated portions of the divorce process is the equitable division of marital assets. In divorce proceedings, property and other assets are divided up and parceled out to both parties. What most people don't realize is that just about everything can be...

What is the Difference Between Simplified and a Regular Divorce in Florida?
What is the Difference Between Simplified and a Regular Divorce?

If you are considering petitioning for a dissolution of marriage (divorce), in Florida, there might be a few things that you should look into before beginning the process. With regards to the divorce process, rules can differ between states, and there are some rules that...

What is Secured Debt Consolidation?
What is a Secured Debt Consolidation?

When facing bankruptcy, people tend to explore any and all potential alternative routes available. Depending on your current financial situation, you will have different options to consider. For some, the possibility of consolidating your payments through a credit counseling service is an attractive option. Or,...