Cheating during marriage has become a frequent issue among married couples. This act is the ultimate form of betrayal because it goes against the sacred vows that each spouse agreed upon during their union. The unfortunate truth is that many couples do not get beyond cheating during marriage. Even if they stay together, their relationship […]
In the U.S., pets are considered property in a divorce proceeding. This includes dogs and cats, horses, reptiles, birds, and any other type of pet you can imagine. When couples go through a divorce, they tend to have disagreements regarding custody of children and distribution of assets. But once the discussion turns to splitting up a […]
When it comes to disputes that come up during or after the marriage, it’s essential to know how to resolve those issues and protect yourself and your assets. That’s where a marital settlement agreement comes in. In short, this is a binding contract that a lawyer often drafts to protect the rights of each spouse […]
Do you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse have children together? If so, I am sure the first thing on your mind is who will get custody of the children after the divorce. This is a very common question for many people going through the process of divorce. There are a lot of different factors that go […]
There is a lot that goes into a divorce, and for the most part, they all share the same basic processes and steps. While the type of divorce you are dealing with does not make it any easier on you or your spouse, some aspects make planning necessary to get the desired outcome. Marital property […]
All marriages have their highs and lows. Even after years of being together, spouses often fall out of love and drift apart. Although the ultimate goal is to stay happily married, sometimes stress, lack of communication, and other factors are too much to continue a marriage that once was.
Informing children about a divorce is never an easy thing. The children are understandably anxious about how their life may change and are mourning the breakup of their family. The method that parents in Florida use to discuss the divorce with the children may set the…
When one is in the middle of a Florida divorce, they are dealing with a host of pressures. This does not even include any work-related stress. Maintaining job performance during a divorce is challenging as one’s focus is often pulled elsewhere. It is up to the individual employee to do what is necessary to stay in their supervisor’s good graces.
First, one must recognize that the stress of a divorce can have an impact on job performance. As much as one wants to think that they are immune from the effects of the divorce, it impacts every aspect of someone’s life. With that in mind, they should have a conversation with their supervisor so their boss knows what is happening. Even if one has little to no relationship with their boss, it acts as some cover if they make the boss aware of their personal situation. If the supervisor offers their support, the employee should accept it.
Second, the employee needs to work to heal themselves emotionally. It will help their performance at work if they can adopt an understanding and forgiving mentality. While they can use work as an outlet, they should not become a workaholic during this time. This will distract from doing the important work of adjusting to life after the divorce. While work is important, it is not the only thing in life.
One of the things that can keep an employee performing well at work is if they can manage the scope and stress of the divorce. Hiring a divorce attorney may keep the rancor and bitterness of the end of a marriage from spiraling out of control. At a minimum, it will mean that someone else is doing the hard work of making sure that all of the details of the divorce are being addressed.
Individuals in Florida and throughout the country who get divorced after age 50 may experience financial challenges. This is because they will have less time to recoup the money and other assets that are ceded to their spouses in a final settlement. However, it may be…
Contrary to what you might think, estate planning can benefit Florida residents of all income levels. Regardless of the size of your estate or the amount of money you have in savings, you have the right to decide what will happen to your property after you pass…