October 2018 Archives

Prenups can be more flexible than many expect

When a Florida couple thinks about their wedding plans, they may be hesitant to consider a prenuptial agreement. Despite the growing popularity of prenups as people marry later in life, many spouses still associate them with negativity. Some believe that prenups mean that a couple is already planning to divorce or that the newlyweds-to-be don't trust one another. However, those negative stereotypes don't have to be true. Prenuptial agreements can actually help both partners protect their interests and make solid plans for the future.

Filing for divorce

Florida residents who want to get a divorce may be intimidated by the seemingly complicated process. There may be many issues that have to be addressed during a divorce, including child and spousal support and child custody arrangements. However, in order to start the divorce process, it is necessary to first file.

3 relationship problems that could lead to divorce

All marriages in Florida have their ups and downs as the partners navigate disagreements and hopefully reach satisfactory compromises. The persistence of certain problems, however, could mean that divorce is on the horizon for a couple. Arguments, different life goals and loss of friendship raise red flags that indicate a relationship in trouble.

Creating a will that avoids family disputes

A will can be a point of contention among surviving loved ones, especially if it has not been properly drafted. Florida residents who want to have an effective estate plan should make sure that they include a will that clearly expresses their wishes and leaves no room for misinterpretation.

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