Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets In The Divorce?

Posted on: 9 May 2016

Divorces can quickly turn into nasty affairs when one spouse suspects that the other is hiding assets from him or her. Hiding assets can have serious consequences for the guilty spouse if the deception is discovered by the court. If you believe that your spouse is hiding assets, here is what you need to know.  What Penalties Can Your Spouse Face? Your spouse could be hiding assets for a number of reasons, but he or she is most likely doing so to avoid sharing those assets with you. [Read More]

Exactly How Supportive Does A Person Have To Be? The Rules For Child Support And Spousal Support In Florida

Posted on: 6 April 2016

If you are currently embroiled in a divorce -- or you'll be facing one in the near future -- the question of support may be one of your biggest concerns. Whether you're the person who will have to pay spousal or child support or you're the one who will receive the money, support is often a central point of disagreement in divorce cases. The state of Florida has established very specific guidelines regarding both spousal and child support during a divorce. [Read More]

How Will Adultery Impact A Custody Case?

Posted on: 5 April 2016

When dealing with a divorce, filing for custody can be a difficult and complicated task. Things grow even more complex when adultery becomes a factor. Although infidelity does not always impact much within the actual divorce proceedings, it does influence how a judge may rule when deciding who will receive custody of a child. What Exactly Does Adultery Effect? For the most part, how faithful a partner is towards the other partner doesn't really matter as long as the parent cares for the child. [Read More]

How Will Adultery Impact A Divorce Case?

Posted on: 5 April 2016

Divorce is complicated as it is, but when you add adultery to the mix, you complicate matters further. Infidelity can dramatically impact the grounds for divorce while also affecting the dividing of assets. Grounds for Divorce When filing for a divorce, you have to essentially choose the grounds on which you are divorcing your partner. You have the option to choose several different grounds, but one of those is adultery. [Read More]