On behalf of Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A. posted in divorce on Friday, February 8, 2019.
A survey was conducted that drew on the collective experiences of divorced people. It revealed some interesting facts and showed that divorces happen for a wide variety of reasons in Florida and throughout the nation.
On behalf of Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A. posted in divorce on Tuesday, January 8, 2019.
If one person in a Florida couple is significantly more attractive than the other, that couple might be more likely to get a divorce compared to those who are more evenly matched in attractiveness. An article in Psychology Today reports that studies show this disparity can put a strain on a relationship.
On behalf of Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A. posted in divorce on Wednesday, December 26, 2018.
While all divorces are stressful, those that involve business owners can be especially complex. A spouse who owns a business in their own name will need to be very careful about they end their marriage.
On behalf of Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A. posted in divorce on Tuesday, December 18, 2018.
It's not uncommon for couples to go through turmoil because of money. According to a study conducted by Fidelity, more than 50 percent of couples begin their relationships with some level of debt and 40 percent said the debt negatively impacted the relationship at some point. Married people in Florida experience stress because of their debts and many come to consider divorce because of financial and other factors.
On behalf of Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A. posted in divorce on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
Divorce often disrupts income and produces turbulent emotions. For spouses in Florida in the process of ending their marriages, the upheaval could lead to financial mistakes. Despite feelings of anger, spite or sadness, financial planners recommend that recent exes keep their eyes on the future and avoid activities like buying big-ticket items to make themselves feel better.
On behalf of Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A. posted in divorce on Monday, October 22, 2018.
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.
On behalf of Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A. posted in divorce on Friday, October 19, 2018.
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.
On behalf of Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A. posted in divorce on Friday, October 12, 2018.
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.
On behalf of Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A. posted in divorce on Wednesday, September 26, 2018.
A common perception among many soon to be married Florida couples or those already wed is that contractual agreements between the two is a bad idea, which in, essence, plant the seeds for the all but inevitable future break-up and ultimate divorce. On the contrary, however, prenuptials and post-nuptials can provide a solid platform from which a marriage can build and thrive.