In May 2019, a Florida appeals judge decided that the omission of the letter "a" on a legal document should cost one divorce petitioner $1,500,000.
When you have a child and decide to get divorced, one of the first things that you need to do is to sit down with your ex to come up with a parenting plan. It will essentially serve as the roadmap for how you and your ex agree to raise your kids. You should champion what's in the best interest of your child, both now and in the future when drafting it. There are some common elements that your parenting plan should contain if you wish to have a Florida family law judge ultimately sign off on it.
One high-value asset that couples in the upper income brackets often share is a business. Assigning a value to real property is often much easier to do that it is to valuate a company.
If a judge recently awarded your ex-spouse primary custody of your kids in a divorce case, you may wonder if there is something you can do to change things. You may not agree with the judge's decision and wish to have more time with your kids.
Couples that are in the process of getting divorced often fight about their property and kids. It's no wonder that these two topics seem to be the most litigated as well.