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February 2017 Archives

Recover late child support payments to cover everyday expenses

Most parents would agree that raising children is a joy and a privilege. However, it is also a huge financial responsibility. When you are a single parent with physical custody, it is common to be awarded child support by a Florida family court. These payments come from the child's other parent who has been assigned a portion of the child's financial responsibility.

How an inheritance may be handled during divorce, asset division

When loved one's pass on they often have assets that may become property of their loved ones. This is what is known as an inheritance - some people have been the benefactors of an inheritance over the term of their marriage. Many decide to put the money away, and may have even put it in a separate account. How is this asset handled when you and your spouse are filing for divorce?

Child support and its effect on filing Florida tax return

With the turn of the year comes the time to think about one's financial situation at the end of the year. Come April, federal and/or state tax determinations or extensions are due for most Americans. When parents are raising a child in different households this can affect your tax return. Many are not sure how to account for child support and its effect on their tax return.

When is the best time for a woman to file for divorce?

If you are a woman who has been considering divorce in Florida, timing is likely one of the factors weighing on your mind. For example, you could be worried about filing near a child's birthday or too close to your anniversary date. The reality is that you should file when you are ready, but many women prefer the months of January, February or March.

Prenuptial agreements can protect assets prior to marriage

Engaged couples have a lot of planning to do. Planning the wedding and planning for their future together is a hefty undertaking. It is an exciting time and it is also a time of change. For Miami couples looking to tie the knot, a prenuptial agreement can help to protect assets and allocate assets after a change in marital status.

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