What are “Nonmarital Assets”?

Non-marital assets are defined by statute and case law as those assets acquired prior to the marriage, assets acquired separately by either party by non-interspousal gift, or inheritance and income derived from non-marital assets during the marriage unless the income was treated, used or relied upon by the parties during the marriage. It also includes

How is Timesharing Determined?

Time-sharing is determined by the agreement of the parties, or it is determined by a judge if the parties cannot agree on a time-sharing schedule. For more information regarding a time-sharing schedule, you should reach out to an experienced attorney.

Top Questions to Ask Your Attorney

A consultation is a great opportunity for you to determine whether the attorney is right for you. This is where your attorney makes the best impression. Use it to your advantage. Once you’ve discussed the issues in your case or provided documents to the attorney as we suggested in the prior video, ask your attorney

How do Prenuptial Agreements Work?

A prenuptial is an agreement made by a couple before the wedding concerning the ownership of certain assets and liabilities and discusses additional issues that are important to you, such as alimony. If the agreement is valid, the court has to follow the contract made between the parties, but there are a few exceptions that

What is “Holiday Timesharing”?

Holiday time sharing is designation of which holidays the children will spend with each parent. This includes Thanksgiving, Labor Day, Memorial Day. Sometimes they’ll alternate the holidays, other times it’ll be the day will be split up equally. If you have more questions regarding holiday time-sharing, you should reach out to an experienced attorney for

Will My Spouse Pay My Attorney’s Fees?

The payment of your attorney’s fees and costs depends on need and ability. It is based on your need for your spouse to pay your fees and costs, and your spouse’s ability to pay your fees and costs, whether from income or assets. That means if one party is the earner and there is enough

Shouldn’t I Get the Same Deal My Friend Got?

You cannot compare your case to a different case. Every case has different facts. No facts are the same. It depends on a variety of factors, the assets and liabilities, the income involved for alimony and child support purposes. Also people can settle out of court for certain things they cannot get in court. So

I Want a Divorce but My Spouse Doesn’t

If your spouse doesn’t want a divorce, but you do, you can still obtain one in Florida. That’s because Florida is a no-fault divorce state. That means you can obtain a divorce even if your spouse is opposed to it. You only need one of you to get a divorce in Florida. If you have

What About the Pets?

In Florida, pets are considered property. So it is handled in equitable distributions of assets. Now saying that, if you settle your case, you can make an agreement where arrangements can be made such as where the pet goes back and forth with the children. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with

What is Timesharing?

Timesharing is formerly known as custody. It’s the time that each parent spends with the children there’s specific days and overnights and times designated for each parent. It also specifies which parents have time with the children on holidays and school breaks. If you have more questions, I suggest you consult with an experienced family

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