If you've already gotten married and didn't want to bring up a prenuptial agreement, all is not lost. You can still protect your assets if you decide to go through with a post-nuptial agreement. Things change during marriages, from your finances to your career paths, so protecting your interests isn't necessarily a bad thing. A post-nuptial agreement can affect you and your spouse, so it's important to come up with one that is fair and all-encompassing.
Is alimony necessary? Do people in this day and age really need assistance after a divorce? The short answer is yes, and there are several reasons for that.
The last thing you want when you're going through a divorce is to be surprised by your property division settlement or the laws of your state. Fortunately, the laws in Florida are very clear where property is concerned.
The State of Florida may be looking into alimony reform again in 2017, according to news from Dec. 22. Permanent alimony has been a contentious topic for some time, and it's not soon going to go away. The legislature did pass an alimony reform bill in 2016, but when a second round appeared before the governor, he vetoed them.