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Florida Alimony Bill Filed for 2017

Florida Alimony Bill Filed for 2017

In mid-January, Florida State Rep. Colleen Burton announced that she had filed a bill attempting to overhaul the state’s current alimony statute. In announcing her decision to challenge the existing law, Burton cited the need to toughen the standards surrounding how alimony is granted and changed. Last […]

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Collaboration in a Marital Dispute?

Collaboration in a Marital Dispute?

We often see in the movies, hear stories or maybe even experience the horrible fights over assets and custody that can ensue when a marriage ends. But that is not the reality behind every divorce or marital dissolution case. Some proceedings are civil, if not straight out […]

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SB 590: New Florida Law on Child Support and Parenting Plan

SB 590: New Florida Law on Child Support and Parenting Plan

On June 15, 2017, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed Senate Bill 590 (“SB 590”) into law.  SB 590 directs the Department of Revenue to provide parents with a proposed Standard Parenting Time Plan in Title IV-D child support cases.  The bill also authorizes the Department of Revenue to establish […]

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“Can We Be Adults About This?”

With the recent passage of the Florida Collaborative Act, Florida joins 13 other states in recognizing Collaborative Divorce as an option to dissolve your marriage. While the reasons to choose the collaborative route vs. litigation are many, I will try to point out a few of the […]

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How to Keep Costs Under Control During Divorce

There is no doubt that divorce can be expensive. But that does not mean that the expense is uncontrollable. With a determined effort to be organized, proactive, and levelheaded, it is possible to keep the costs associated with divorce from spiraling out of control Limit conflict. The […]

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Will Permanent Alimony Be Eliminated?

Alimony, or spousal support, is one of the most divisive areas to come to agreement when it comes to a divorce settlement. In Florida, the law states that the alimony amount is calculated by the ability to pay by the payor spouse and the need of the […]

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Is It Possible to Have a “Courtless” or “No Court” Divorce?

Last week I wrote about my path to getting involved in the divorce process as a financial professional.  After seeing too many recent divorcees fail to transition financially, it became my firm’s mission to help divorcees with a successful financial transition to their new reality. Until recently,  there was […]

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Why Do I Need a Financial Planner While Going Through Divorce?

Many of my friends are curious as to why I would choose to specialize in the divorce field as a financial advisor?  Divorce is such an emotional life event where people are often not on their best behavior.  Who would want to get involved with this?  Why not […]

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Post Divorce Checklist

POST DIVORCE CHECKLIST Too often when a divorce is completed the parties are handed a Final Judgment of Dissolution and a copy of their Marital Settlement Agreement and nothing more.  After many months of being under the care of professional counsel, financial advisers, mediators and mental health […]

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