A beloved pet can bring many years of joy to a Florida household, and months of disputes if the owners divorce. For one well-known Hollywood couple going through a breakup, issues related to their three dogs became more contentious than the division of property or the custody of their daughter. Many attorneys are seeing pet custody as a new wrinkle in the often-messy legal tangles of divorce and marital settlements.
Florida residents may be interested in an article discussing one of the more recent additions to prenuptial legal protection. Social media provisions in prenuptial agreements may help couples better understand each others' expectations with regard to sharing photos and private moments with the world.
Florida readers are likely familiar with high-profile couple, Michael Moore and Kathleen Glynn. Moore is known for his activist documentaries, such as Farenheit 9/11 and Bowling for Columbine. Glynn, his wife of 23 years, produced several of the documentaries.
Many couples who are pursuing a divorce in Florida may need to consider how taxes might affect the process. Divorce renders one legal entity, the married couple, into two separate individuals. This has direct effects on annual tax returns, and the taxes levied against certain assets after the divorce is finalized might influence how couple distributes their assets during the property division process.
A Florida girl who was taken by her father five years ago was returned to her mother. The mother had full child custody of the girl when the father used his court-ordered visitation to abduct the girl and take her to Mexico without the mother's permission.