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Category Archives: Divorce

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Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets?

By Cairns Law |

Dividing marital assets often ends up being one of the more complicated aspects of divorce, even when a couple has a relatively cooperative and amicable relationship. Things can become even more problematic, however, when one or both spouses attempt to conceal assets from the other. This type of activity is unlawful in Florida and… Read More »

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The Financial Documents You May Need to Produce in Your Florida Divorce

By Cairns Law |

Finalizing a divorce in Florida requires that couples grapple with a number of complicated issues, including alimony, property division, and if children are involved, child support and time-sharing arrangements. This in turn, can only be achieved when the parties disclose all of the details of their finances. In fact, those who fail to do… Read More »

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Protecting Your Digital Security During Divorce

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It can be a lot harder, in our current digital age, for couples to disentangle their lives upon divorce. Fortunately, there are steps that you can take to help protect your digital security if you decide to separate or divorce your spouse. Read on to learn more about how to keep your digital information… Read More »

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Avoid These Financial Mistakes During Your Divorce

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Legally ending a marriage is a major life event that tends to come with a lot of upheaval, both emotionally and financially. Navigating the financial landscape of divorce can be especially difficult, as there are specific laws and regulations that govern financial matters, like how a couple must divide their assets or whether one… Read More »

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The Fate of Your Inheritance After Divorce

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Most divorce proceedings require that couples grapple with a lot of finance-related issues, including how they will split up their marital assets. This can be a complicated endeavor, especially when it comes to certain types of assets, like inheritances. Read on to learn more about  dividing these kinds of unique assets during divorce. Understanding… Read More »

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How Long Will My Divorce Take?

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Some of the questions we hear most often relate to the length of divorce proceedings. The answer, unfortunately, varies depending on a couple’s particular circumstances. To help give you a better idea of what to expect, we’ve included an overview of the types of factors that can influence how long it takes to resolve… Read More »

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Who Gets the House in a Florida Divorce?

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Some of the most pressing questions that we hear among soon-to-be divorced couples involve the fate of their family home. Unfortunately, this can be a contentious issue that can take a long time to resolve. There are, however, a few different options for couples who find themselves in this position. Equitable Distribution in Florida … Read More »

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What Kinds of Temporary Financial Relief Can be Awarded During a Florida Divorce?

By Cairns Law |

In Florida, a divorce can’t be finalized until certain issues have been addressed, like alimony, property division, and child custody. While some of those resolutions will be permanent (e.g. property settlement agreements), courts are also willing to issue temporary awards. As their name implies, these kinds of awards are designed to remain in effect… Read More »

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Commingling Marital and Separate Assets

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During a divorce, a couple’s assets are typically divided into two categories: marital property and separate property. Marital property is made up of those assets that a couple acquired during the course of a marriage, while separate property is composed of assets acquired before the marriage actually took place. In most cases, an asset… Read More »

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The Tax Repercussions of Divorce

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While taxes may be the last thing on a divorcing couple’s mind, the reality is that ending a marriage does come with significant and far-reaching tax-related repercussions. Alimony and a name or filing status change, for instance, are only a few things that divorcing parties should be sure to consider. Read on to learn… Read More »

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