Question: What happens to an IRA or 401k in a divorce in Florida? An IRA or 401(k) are retirement accounts that offer the benefit of deferring income tax to the future. Typically, these accounts are marital assets to the extent they were created or contributed to during the marriage. Generally, three situations arise involving these
Usually once each month, I get a call from a potential client who basically asks me if they should get divorced. My general rule is that I will not encourage people to get divorced. If you want to get divorced, I’m here to help. But I don’t want to be the reason that couples divorce.
A High Conflict Divorce is a divorce where the parties are essentially at war and use their lawyers and the court system as their weapons. The parties typically recognize (or are told) very early in the process that waging this type of “war” will be very expensive. They don’t care. A recent article discusses some
When many couples divorce, they expect their Parenting Plan to cover the time-sharing for their child until the child has graduated from high school. While that is possible, that might not be in the best interests of their child. Also, the day-to-day lives of the parents can change and, as a result, the terms of
School’s out for the summer. That means it’s time for family vacations. Unfortunately, that often means stress for parents and children. The following tips may help the parents avoid conflict and allow the children to have a better vacation. To try to avoid the stress of summer vacation, consider the following tips: Plan your trips