Whether Florida ex-spouses are entitled to benefit from salary and cost-of-living increases to their ex’s pension post-filing
What happens when passive investments depreciate in value after a Florida divorce filing
The scary implications of codifying Kaaa v. Kaaa for nonmarital property owners, part 2
The scary implications of codifying Kaaa v. Kaaa for nonmarital property owners, part 1
Did your spouse run up large credit card bills without your knowledge? Take out a consumer loan without talking to you first? Now that divorce is on the horizon, are you afraid that you might get stuck with some of that debt, which you had nothing to do with?
Interspousal gifts during a Florida marriage
Dividing student loan debt in Florida divorce
Who keeps the engagement ring in Florida when the engagement falls apart?
The advantages and pitfalls of refinancing a mortgage due to divorce
In a Florida divorce, unless the divorcing parties enter into an agreement of their own, the judge will divide marital assets and debts according to the principle of equitable distribution. This means, according to the applicable state statute, that the division should be equal, unless unequal distribution can be justified considering all relevant factors.