Preparing for a divorce can be difficult for everyone involved, and when it comes down to splitting assets, things can get downright tense. Remember, Florida is an equitable distribution state. You don't have to split your assets 50/50, but the split should be fair.
Monthly alimony payment programs may be good for one person in a divorce while hindering the other. They can be frustrating, and they may make it difficult to put your past behind you. If you want to avoid monthly payments, there are some other solutions you can consider.
Determining how your child is going to live after a divorce can be one of the most difficult decisions you make. One of the things you'll need to decide on is the type of custody arrangement you want to have and where your child will live most of the time. For instance, if you and your partner don't get along, can you work together to co-parent, or will you or him or her be trying to obtain primary custody?
Living with someone who doesn't appreciate you, ruins your finances or takes advantage of your situation isn't something that's easy to do. Many marriages break down over the lack of financial discipline some spouses show. That's what is behind this divorce, according to the news.