Month: November 2018

How can a premarital agreement help you?

Premarital agreements are special agreements that help limit the risk of litigation in the future. These agreements are designed to break down what happens to your assets in a divorce. The agreement may also address other topics. Even though you may love and trust...

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Is your spouse engaging in financial infidelity?

As you've undoubtedly heard, infidelity is one of the major reasons why married couples call it quits. Have you heard of the concept of financial infidelity, though? This concept refers to a spouse hiding their possessions, assets or money from their partner. Sadly,...

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Spousal support: It’s varied but could be an option

Spousal support is a necessary protection, especially for spouses who have not been working or who rely on their other spouse for support. The reality is that it would be extremely unfair to divorce and leave one person with little to nothing. It would be damaging to...

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5 essentials of a Florida parenting plan

As a Florida parent, your priority in a divorce should be your children. It can be easy to get caught up worrying about how you will divide assets, yet you can always earn more money. You can never replace your kids. The state requires that parents make a parenting...

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What to say and do if you want a prenuptial agreement

As you look toward your wedding day, you realize that your life will be changing forever. And even though you’re excited about a future with your partner, it’s natural to have some questions and concerns. A prenuptial agreement is one of the best ways to ease your...

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