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November 2019 Archives

Can 2 parents who don't talk make child custody work?

When Florida parents go through a divorce, they find that some of the most difficult issues to resolve are those affecting what will happen with the children. For some families, co-parenting is a type of child custody plan that allows both parents to have a strong relationship with their kids, but it can be difficult to make this type of arrangement work when parents don't get along. Is it possible to make co-parenting work if two parents don't talk?

How the property division process can impact a small business

Divorce will bring significant changes to a person's life, and his or her finances will change as well. For a Florida business owner, the property division process may also impact the business as well. Because of the complicated way that divorce and business sometimes overlaps, an owner would be wise to work diligently to protect his or her financial interests and the future of the company when going through a divorce. 

Baby boomer divorces are increasing at an alarming rate

If you were born between 1946 and 1964, then you can consider yourself a baby boomer. The peers of your age group, as well as those born earlier in time, are part of a developing trend regarding divorce. Current data shows that, in the past 20 or so years, the divorce rate among baby boomers, and spouses who are older than 55 as well, has more than doubled. This is an interesting fact, especially considering that the overall rate of divorce across the country has been on a steady decline.

Making smart choices during the property division process

The choices made during divorce will have widespread implications for a person. No matter how many assets are at stake or how long a Florida couple has been married, making good decisions during the property division process is crucial. This is not always easy, which is why a person will find it beneficial to think about the future when weighing his or her options or thinking about the terms of an agreement.