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For many, pets are more than property division issue in divorce

In many families, pets take on the role as cherished members. For that reason, divorcing couples often consider the fate of a pet as much more than a property division aspect of their settlement. There are many Florida residents who are struggling to determine who gets the dog when the marriage is over.

Prenuptial agreements may help dictate social media usage

For countless decades, engaged couples often used legal contracts that would help ensure that family fortunes would remain intact in the event that the marriage did not survive. Over the past few years, with the ever-increasing influence of social media in the lives of the vast majority of people, there have been new applications for prenuptial agreements. Florida residents who have reservations about how these types of social media accounts can affect their personal lives may benefit from learning more.

Property division and finances can be handled sensibly in divorce

Every family's needs are unique, and each divorce proceeding reflects that. To that end, one issue that may have a significant impact on post-divorce finances is property division. Florida residents who are preparing to divorce may benefit from some sound advice regarding common errors that may have negative consequences on both asset division and finances in general.

More women are being ordered to pay alimony and child support

In 1960, an estimated 11 percent of households had a woman as the primary wage earner. Even though media sources have often reported on the wage discrepancy between men and women for comparable employment, more women are becoming the primary provider in many households. Florida residents who are contemplating a divorce may be surprised to learn that more and more women are being ordered to pay alimony and child support.

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Sheldon E. Finman, P.A.
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Fort Myers, FL 33901

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