Giving Men An Equal Voice In Divorce

Divorce

Divorce registries can be used by men, too

There are a number of relatively new phenomena surrounding divorce that are helping some people to recognize, and even celebrate, the new start it provides. Consider divorce parties, divorce getaways with a group of friends and divorce registries, for example. While...

Why you should refinance the house after divorce

Are you and your spouse going to get divorced? If so, you need to divide assets, and that includes a home that you purchased together. What many couples will do is divide up the money after selling the house on the open market. But you may not be interested in selling...

Common misconceptions about men and divorce

When it comes to divorce, there are numerous misconceptions in circulation. As with all legal issues, it’s important to separate fact from fiction. Having accurate information at hand allows all parties to assert their legal rights and obtain a fair divorce...

How to financially prepare for a divorce

Divorce is an emotional and stressful time for many people. If you’re approaching the divorce process, you’ll need to take time to consider the financial aspects of your situation, despite the additional stresses you’re dealing with. Making this effort can help you...

Understanding the types of alimony in Florida

Alimony, or spousal support, is when one spouse must provide financial support to the other during or after a divorce. In Florida, there are several types of alimony, each tailored to suit the different circumstances of the divorcing couple.  Understanding these types...

What happens to the marital home in divorce?

The marital home is one of many couples' most significant assets. When they decide to divorce, some big decisions have to be made about the fate of the assets. One of these is what they should do with the home. Three primary options might be considered for the marital...

How should I tell my children about the divorce?

You’re getting a divorce, but you have children. Part of the divorce process will likely be discussing custody rights and schedules with your soon-to-be-ex-spouse. While this process can happen without your children’s involvement, your children will eventually learn...

How much does one spouse pay the other in alimony?

Questions about alimony are often a major concern for those preparing for divorce in Florida. Someone who has long been the primary wage earner for their family may worry that alimony will negatively affect their standard of living after a divorce. Florida has...

After a gray divorce

Older persons might find their marriage is no longer working, so they file for divorce. The term gray divorce refers to such older persons in Florida and elsewhere choosing to end their marriage. Resources about gray divorce may discuss the reasons behind older...