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3 tips for negotiating alimony

If you are getting a divorce, you may have concerns about whether you will pay or receive alimony. Spousal support is a stressful issue, and you may be wondering how you will get a fair deal. Whether these payments will be necessary and in what amounts will be based on calculations and negotiations.

Divorcing after 50? Avoid these 3 mistakes

If you are at least 50 years old and getting a divorce, you are not alone. In fact, according to CNBC, the rate of divorce among adults 50 and older has doubled over the past two decades. While divorce can happen to anyone, it is important to know that there are unique considerations for what is known as a "gray divorce."

What is the cause of the rise in gray divorce?

Although many people associate divorce with young couples or the rich and famous, the truth is that divorce affects those of all ages and lifestyles. One demographic that has been experiencing a significant rise in divorce is seniors. What was once taboo for their time has become acceptable among those over 50 years old.

Should you keep the marital home in a divorce?

If you and your spouse are in a stalemate in your divorce, it is probably because you cannot decide on who should get the house. The marital home is arguably one of the biggest marital assets that many divorcing couples in the Punta Gorda area must split. It has more than just financial value. It is full of memories, and you have invested a lot of time, money and effort into it. 

How alimony works in Florida

When preparing for a Florida divorce, alimony ranks among the important issues couples need to consider. Many people harbor misconceptions about alimony which may prevent them from understanding what to expect.

Establishing paternity in Florida

If you believe you fathered a child but the child’s mother was not your wife at the time of the birth, you do not have any rights to that child until you establish legal paternity. Establishing paternity can have tremendous benefits not only for your child, but for you, and every child deserves to know his or her parentage.

How will your divorce affect your adult children?

When you have grown children living independently, you may not consider as much how you and your spouse getting a divorce will affect them. However, the rise in gray divorce has highlighted this question as more adults are experiencing the end of their parents' marriages.