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June 2020 Archives

Can alimony awards be modified post-divorce?

Emotions are often running high when couples go to settle their divorces. Spouses often make rash decisions in such instances that they come to regret later. It's in situations like this a post-divorce modification may be necessary. Some of the reasons why spouses request a Fort Myers judge to take a second look at their alimony award is if the paying spouse experiences a significant decrease in their income, suffers a medical emergency or the recipient husband or wife remarries.

Entrepreneurs seeking fairness should mediate their divorces

Researchers at the University of Minnesota analyzed U.S. divorce trends in 2014. They found that many more individuals over the age of 35 are getting divorced. The researchers also found that at least half of all U.S. residents separated or divorced when they were in their late 50s. America's start-up culture was only beginning to emerge when the researchers analyzed those divorce statistics. Media reports about entrepreneurs getting divorced have been all-too-common in recent years. There are a host of reasons why these marriages fail.

Know how to handle a toxic ex in child custody matters

Co-parenting is an ideal way for some parents to raise their children because it enables them to make joint decisions that are for the child's best interests. Unfortunately, not everyone who has split up from their child's other parent is able to handle things in this manner. An ex who is toxic or narcissistic might make this impossible.

How can a forensic accountant help with your divorce?

Often, couples might think that deciding to get a divorce is the hard part. Unfortunately, ultimately one of the more challenging aspects of the dissolution process is deciding how they're going to split up their marital assets. Conversations between Florida spouses regarding who will end up with certain assets often get so complicated that both a forensic accountant and a divorce attorney have to step in to help sort things out for them.

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