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How Your Particular Compensation Structure Changes Your Divorce Settlement

By William Wallshein P.A. |

 As attorneys who assist clients with divorce and property division here in Florida, we talk a lot about the importance of asset division. However, it is important to realize that your compensation structure has a direct effect on your divorce and divorce settlement. Unless your compensation structure is a straightforward salary – without any… Read More »

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How Do I Go About Keeping Our Home After the Divorce?

By William Wallshein P.A. |

When it comes to advising  clients going through divorce in Florida, given that the family home is usually the most valuable asset for them, I spend a significant amount of time discussing whether or not the clients want and can keep the home. While, of course, for many, the home is of sentimental value,… Read More »

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The Best Way to Protect Your Money & Assets in Divorce Is Not Via Separate Bank Accounts

By William Wallshein P.A. |

These days, many young people who are interested in getting married are also interested in doing things differently in their marriage, for example, keeping the finances and checking accounts separate. This could be in part because they have seen how difficult it can be to divide assets in the event of divorce, and in… Read More »

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How to Minimize Taxes After Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

There is no question that losing the alimony deduction has thrown a huge wrench into divorce negotiations. This deduction has, for many years, played an important part in divorce planning, allowing couples to shift taxable income and, in doing so, save on their tax bills. Therefore, the question ultimately becomes whether anything can be… Read More »

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During Divorce, You Want to Ensure That You Do Not Neglect These Two Insurance Accounts

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Divorce can be an extremely difficult process for people and their families. During this time, it can be easy to overlook important bureaucratic items that need to be taken care of. However, when it comes to insurance policies, this is one area you do not want to neglect. Below, we discuss the primary types… Read More »

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What Absolutely Must Be Done After Divorce?

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Divorce is already traumatic enough, and can end up leaving you completely exhausted, such that it can be difficult to think about what needs to be done, even once the divorce decree has been signed. However, it is crucial that you and your attorney complete simple tasks in order to make sure that assets… Read More »

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A Closer Look at Assumable Mortgages in Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Given that a couple’s marital home is often their most valuable asset, one of the most important issues we counsel our Florida clients going through divorce on is whether or not they want to, and can afford to, hold onto that home. If an individual decides that they plan to hold onto the family… Read More »

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The Most Important Interview Questions & Topics for Your Divorce Lawyer

By William Wallshein P.A. |

When it comes to selecting the right divorce attorney, you don’t just want to go with someone who is highly rated online, or comes recommended by a friend. You also want to do your own “homework,” so to speak, and essentially interview attorneys who practice in this area to make sure that this person… Read More »

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The Most Important Assets You Should Never Forget In Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Divorce is already so difficult for a number of people that having to think about assets can be just another difficult step in the process. However, that moment when you and your attorney make that list of assets is such an important step, and there are usually a number of assets that people forget… Read More »

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The Rise Of The “Gray Divorce”: Why Is It Happening, And What Financial Considerations Are Important?

By William Wallshein P.A. |

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 »

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