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How to divide up even the most complex of assets in your divorce

If you and your spouse are going through a separation, then one of the first things you two can benefit from doing is sitting down and making a list of every single asset that the two of you have acquired during your marriage.

Financial infidelity: The problem of hidden assets in divorce

Marriages do not always end well, and when it's time for a divorce, people can sometimes get desperate. Hidden assets in divorce proceedings are more common than you might think. In fact, some spouses will even build a stash of cash in secret before they finally pull the trigger on the divorce process.

Dividing employee stock options in a divorce

Orlando executives can earn a lot of money in employee stock options. These options, technically speaking, don't have any value until they're executed and converted into stock. In some cases, they could even have negative value if the options have yet to vest or if they're underwater and not "in the money."

What will happen to the family home after my divorce?

If you and your wife share your family home, you'll probably want to know what's going to happen to it in your upcoming divorce proceedings. There are several ways to handle the division of a family home -- and depending on your family's circumstances -- your divorce attorney can recommend the most suitable strategy to fit your needs.

2 Florida socialites finalize divorce after 28 years of marriage

After 28 years of marriage, two members of Miami "high society" -- Bob and Jody Dickinson from Miami -- have decided to bring their marriage to a close. News about the couple's breakup hit local newspapers on Valentine's Day. The dissolution of the marriage was finalized by a family court judge on Jan. 18, but the transfer of millions of dollars in divorce settlement money to Jody Dickinson didn't happen until February.

Florida could pass new alimony reform bill

The National Parents Organization (NPO) is publicly supporting an alimony reform law that Florida state lawmakers are currently considering. The NPO is a political action group that supports equal rights for fathers and mothers, and better lives for children, through family court reform.

Attorneys: 30 percent jump in January divorces in Florida

The first month of 2017 has arrived, and couples are increasingly thinking about divorce. With the holidays over, those in unhappy marriages turn from thinking about turkey and pie to thinking about complex asset division. Legal experts say that divorce filings spike by about 25 to 30 percent during the month of January, thanks to all of those who are looking for a fresh start. The divorce process may seem daunting, but you can avoid common pitfalls by following these simple tips.

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