South Dakota is a haven for hidden assets

Florida divorces sometimes feature the unfortunate reality that one spouse is trying to hide assets to keep them from being subject to division. Now, the laws of one state in the United States are making it harder for spouses to achieve their share of marital assets....

Why an empty home may result in a divorce

Florida residents who are 50 or older may be more likely to get a divorce compared to those in other age groups. In many cases, older couples get divorced after their adult sons or daughters decide to live on their own. Often, raising a child was the common task that...

How education impacts divorce rates

Research has found that age and education are the two most important factors in determining if a marriage will last. As a general rule, Florida residents and others who have gone to college earn more money per year than those who have not graduated from college....

Education can be what makes a marriage last

In general, people these days are waiting until later in life to get married. As a result, you are beginning to see a slight dip in the divorce rate in the U.S. You may wonder whether there are any factors that are likely to make a marriage in Florida last longer....

Financial tips for going through a divorce

When Florida residents are going through a divorce, they might want to work with a financial adviser. Many couples will have the same one, and this could appear to put the adviser in a difficult position. A professional who continues to work with both individuals...