Monthly Archives: February 2019
The Rise Of The “Gray Divorce”: Why Is It Happening, And What Financial Considerations Are Important?
In the last 25 years, the number of “gray divorces”—i.e. those after the age of 50—have skyrocketed. One in four people divorcing is 50 years or older, and this group has more than doubled, and more than half of these couples have been married for more than 20 years. Why is this the case?… Read More »
When you are in the midst of divorce, it can often be very difficult to think about all of the other changes that need to be made in your life, such as making changes to the financial professionals that you consult with. However, in some circumstances, making a true, “clean break” means obtaining independence… Read More »
Under Florida law, domestic battery/domestic violence battery is defined as striking or touching, or causing bodily injury to, a family member or household member, and carries with it a number of severe penalties, including serving up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine, and a number of additional penalties, such as participating in… Read More »