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Financial specialists may be helpful during a divorce

Those who are getting divorced in Florida may want to work with a financial professional before, during and after their marriages come to an end. Working with someone in divorce financial field may make it easier to determine exactly how much an individual is worth. It can also make it possible for a person to determine the value of joint assets such as a stock portfolio or family home.

Your prenuptial agreement may be invalid in Florida

Before choosing to walk down the aisle, you and your partner may have thought a great deal about individual assets and marital property. You may have even done some contingency planning to help you prepare for an unlikely divorce. If you have a prenuptial agreement, though, you should realize that it may not be legally valid. 

How to create a visitation schedule for an infant

A divorce for Florida parents can mean they need to create a schedule for custody and visitation. If the child is an infant, the visitation schedule may involve short visits a few times as week. Overnight visits can be beneficial in building a bond between the child and the noncustodial parent, but some courts prefer to wait until the child is older. Frequency of visits is more important, and the child will still bond with the other parent whether or not there are overnights.

Tips to help a person protect their assets during a divorce

Some Florida couples divide up household tasks, including managing financial accounts. When a couple decides to get a divorce, it is important that each individual has access to login credentials, bank and investment accounts, and other pertinent information regarding their assets and debts. This is just one thing that couples need to do to minimize financial fallout during the divorce process.

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