When most people are asked what comes to mind when they think about the summer, they often mention school being out, warm days, barbecues and family vacations. For many couples, though, it's around this time of the year that they begin planning for their divorce.
If you're considering getting divorced, then you've likely done some digging around to find out what happens to your assets when you split up. You may not have stopped to think about what happens with your debts though. Your Kissimmee judges split them up among the two of you judt like any other assets you two share. Student loans are included in this.
A judge in the South American country of Argentina recently ruled that one ex-wife should receive $179,000 as a lump-sum alimony award from her former husband. The woman who is set to receive this amount spent all 27 years that she was married to her ex caring for their shared house and kids. This judge's award has made many here in the United States question how we should value the work of a homemaking spouse.
You and your spouse are tired of fighting and have made the decision to split for good. You want to keep the process as civil as possible and salvage what remains of your co-parenting relationship.
You worked hard for years, even decades, to build and grow your Florida business. It may seem like all of your hard work is up in the air once you decide to divorce, and you understand how important it is to protect your business assets during this process. One of your main goals during divorce is probably to fight for the future of your company and preserve your financial interests.