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How long does it take to modify a divorce decree?

A divorce decree lays out the specifics of the split and defines your legal rights. For instance, it addresses child custody if you are a parent, defining when you will see your children and how it will happen. It also addresses property division, spousal support, alimony and other related issues.

Do separate bank accounts help in divorce?

Do you assume that people who get married start up a joint bank account? While most people do, the number who do not share one account is higher than ever. Among millennials, for instance, a full 28% still have their own personal accounts after tying the knot.

Which city in Florida has the highest divorce rate?

Every state has a so-called "divorce capital" where you can find the highest divorce rate. It's much higher in some states than others, but you can identify that peak everywhere. If you're wondering what the divorce capital of Florida is, look no further. It is Southgate.

Discussing college expenses during divorce

When you decide to get divorced, both you and your spouse agree that you want to put your children first. You know that they plan to attend college someday, and you want to help them financially. You would have done so while you were married and you still want to do it after the divorce.

Financial documents you need for your divorce

Divorce means making emotional, relationship-based decisions, but don't think that's all it is. Arguably a bigger part of the process is making financial decisions. You have to divide assets, make decisions about things like child support and alimony, anticipate what your financial future will look like, create a new budget and much more.

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