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April 2016 Archives

Beware of hidden assets during a divorce

When serious disputes arise between Florida residents, the relationship between those involved in the dispute can quickly become strained. This is particularly true in contentious divorce proceedings, where it can seem as though a person no longer even recognizes the other individual who was his or her spouse for years or even decades. This may be true both emotionally and financially, as sometimes an individual may be unaware that the other party owns certain assets he or she is trying to keep from being divided in the divorce.

How are retirement assets divided in a divorce?

As discussed last week in this blog, the issues involved in a divorce can vary widely depending on the circumstances of the Florida residents involved. For instance, the increasing number of divorces taking place between baby boomers may involve different issues than divorces between individuals of other age groups.

Divorces between baby boomers pose unique challenges

While one may think that divorce affects certain age demographics more than others, in fact individuals in Florida of all ages may go through a divorce. For example, there is a growing rate of divorce for those baby boomers age 50 and older. Indeed, one in four Americans who goes through a divorce today is over the age of 50.

Protecting the parent-child relationship after divorce

One of the most fascinating parts of Florida parents' lives is seeing their child grow up over the years. The parent-child relationship often evolves over the years, as parents are able to connect with their child in new and unique ways as the child grows older.

When your kid wants to reverse custody

Parents in Florida naturally make sure they protect their rights and their child's best interests when working out a custody agreement and time sharing schedule. While children are young, there may not be any problem adhering to the plan, but what happens when a child starts to complain about wanting to be with friends more than wanting to be with mom or dad?

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