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Check the details in a Punta Gorda divorce agreement

When it comes to divorce, few things are more critical than getting the financials right. The manner in which property division, child support and spousal support are handled will have lasting ramifications. That is why it is so important to make sure that every detail is properly covered in the divorce settlement. Punta Gorda spouses who are considering divorce should make every effort to double check that the settlement is in line with their expectations.

A property division lawyer can advise on home sales

For couples who been fortunate enough to purchase their own home, understanding how to best divide the value of that asset in a divorce can be a difficult task. Even when both parties agree on selling the home and dividing the proceeds, that process is not always as simple as it sounds. In areas in Florida where the real estate market is down, a property division lawyer can help guide clients toward the most advantageous choices.

Florida spouses won't believe this divorce demand

When a couple decides to end their marriage, one of the primary areas of focus is how to divide marital wealth. Some couples have a more complicated mix of assets than others, but every now and then a divorce case will contain details that are shocking to many people, in Florida and across the nation. An example is found in a recent case involving a man's multi-million dollar legal settlement, and his wife's bid for a portion of that money.

Divorce tips for Florida spouses nearing retirement

Ending a marriage is never a simple or easy matter, and for those who are at or nearing retirement age, the changes that accompany divorce can be even more challenging. It is important for older spouses to have a plan of action for both their divorce itself and the years that will follow. The following tips are offered in the hopes of assisting Florida residents in creating their plan.