Divorces can significantly affect your children’s emotional well-being. Below are some suggestions for boosting your children’s self-esteem following a divorce:
You’re about to take a big step and finally separate from your spouse. Here’s what we recommend you should do before making that leap:
Whatever differences you may have with your the other parent, you still need to work as a team and raise your children in a healthy environment. The following are some helpful suggestions practice to ensure that your children continue to thrive, even if their parents are no longer living together.
You’ve worked hard to help your children adjust to your divorce. Now, you’ve been seeing someone new, and you are unsure how to handle this new development. Here are some tips for introducing your new partner to your kids:
Equitable distribution is the process in which the Court divides marital assets and liabilities during divorce proceedings. Florida Statute §61.075 defines this process and includes factors that the Court considers when determining whether property acquired during the marriage is martial or nonmarital.
Some people believe that if you marry your spouse without a prenuptial agreement, the income and assets acquired during the marriage will always be marital property. That is a misconception. You can designated you and your spouses rights to property, among other things, through a postnuptial agreement.