There is little doubt that getting divorced is expensive. Even if you have a small fortune to spend on your divorce case, who wants to spend their money that way? Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to try to keep the costs down. Don’t Spend to Much Time on the Small Stuff
As our mobile phones and social media become increasingly integrated into our lives, the danger exists that these technologies could be used against you in court. By now, most everyone has heard of the FBI’s attempt to have Apple unlock a terrorist’s iPhone. What most people don’t consider is there own digital life – or
Introducing the Florida Divorce & Family Law Podcast. Inspired by the podcasters I met and seminars I attended at the 2016 ABA Techshow, I decided to start my own (small) podcast. I will be answering questions related to my practice – Family Law in Florida. I will try to post two episodes per month. Each
Whether you pay or receive alimony, the tax implications of alimony are far-reaching. Generally, alimony is taxable as income to the recipient and tax-deductible for the payor. However, the IRS is not bound by a state court order that labels a payment from one party to another as alimony. Simple labeling a payment as alimony
This article by California mediator Arianna Jeret lays out the 12 ways to make sure your divorce costs as much as possible. Great advice for what you absolutely should not do when getting divorced.