Divorce-related modifications are essential for many divorced couples and families as things change following a divorce. Divorce modifications can help when changes need to be made to a child support order, child custody order or a spousal support order.
Property division during a Florida divorce can be a challenge which makes it helpful for divorcing couples to understand. Property division is generally based on the type of property at issue and equitable property division rules.
Many divorcing families may be generally familiar with child custody but it can be useful to review how child custody decisions are made when a couple is facing divorce and is understandably concerned about child custody. During a divorce, child custody can be a concern that is on the top of the list for many divorcing couples so it helps to understand the process.
There is a lot to go over during a divorce process. Divorcing couples will need to sort out property and debt division; alimony and child support; child custody and visitation which can each lead to their own sets of anxieties, concerns and acrimonies. Fortunately, the family law system is available to help divorcing couples through the process.
It is important to know when to challenge a will and in what circumstances a will can be challenged. Because estate planning is such an important process to ensure the wishes of the estate planner are fulfilled, it is helpful for family members and beneficiaries to understand the will contest process when a will contest becomes necessary.
When a spouse has asked for alimony in a divorce, the other spouse may have concerns about the request and may not know what to do. Fortunately, the divorce process provides resources to help divorcing spouses seeking spousal support but also those opposing a request of spousal support.
Property division issues may be at the forefront among concerns on the minds of divorcing couples. Property division is one of the challenges divorcing couples may be anticipating, and will have to face, but legal resources are at the ready to help guide them through the property division process.
Spousal support can be a difficult issue to address during divorce as one spouse is usually seeking it and the other spouse may not want to pay it. Understanding how spousal support is awarded in Florida can help spouses on both sides prepare for the spousal support concerns during their divorce.
Divorce can bring many concerns, among them is how property will be divided between the couple. It helps to understand how property is divided in Florida, so that divorcing spouses can better protect their interests when they are going through a divorce.
Married couples who are thinking of divorcing usually go through months or even years of tension, arguments and general unhappiness with each other. For some, with each passing day, the relationship gets worse and the couple comes to realize that divorce is the best option to a bad situation. Once that decision has been made, there is a timeline of events that occur in a divorce case.