Exploring the new provisions of the Tax Code regarding the coming nondeductibility of alimony
Can I stop my spouse from celebrating a holiday with my children that falls outside of my religion?
A spouse’s “elective share” refers to his or her legal right under state law to choose to receive a specific, fixed share of the other spouse’s estate at death in lieu of receiving what was (or wasn’t) left to the surviving spouse under the deceased spouse’s will. Broadly, the concept of the elective share evolved to protect surviving spouses from disinheritance, which was particularly important historically when almost all wives were homemakers without careers.
Floridians sometimes have differences of opinion about whether vaccinations are safe for children. When a divorcing, divorced or unmarried parent’s belief about whether vaccinations are in the best interests of his or her children conflict with that of the other parent, it is a good idea to talk to an attorney about legal issues and potential legal remedies, depending on the circumstances.
Can I make my ex chip in for our children's bar or bat mitzvahs or quinceñeras?