Divorce mediation puts you in control of what happens with the divorce settlement. In our previous blog post, we discussed alimony payments. These support payments are only one of the considerations you have to factor into the divorce settlement.
While you don't always need as many documents as you might think to file for spousal support, it does help to come prepared. If you think you might file for spousal support of any type during or after a divorce, consider gathering some information ahead of time. When you meet with a lawyer, you'll already be somewhat prepared with documents and data, which can speed up the process. Here are some common documents you might need when filing for alimony or support.
Nothing about divorce is easy, and that's true even if you are both in agreement about everything and are approaching things in a civil matter. You still have to ensure all the legalities are considered and followed through with, which is one reason most experts recommend working with a lawyer. When you get into the details of property division, things can get complex, and that is never more true than when a family business is in play.
Florida law presumes that a woman's husband is the man with whom she conceives a baby. This presumption is one that has been the source of trouble for one man.