Beverly L. Brennan, P.A. Attorney & Counsellor At law Naples Florida

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Helping families and individuals since 1986
Helping families and individuals since 1986

July 2017 Archives

Can ending my marriage affect my taxes?

Whether you are worried about paying spousal support or child support, are unsure of how your marital property will be split up, or are afraid that you will not be able to spend enough time with your child, divorce can bring all sorts of questions and worries. Moreover, there are other divorce-related matters that you should realize. For example, splitting up with your spouse could result in a number of tax-related changes.

High asset divorce and your family business

All sorts of hurdles related to divorce can create challenges for couples, from child custody disputes to spousal support. At the Law Offices of Beverly L. Brennan, we know that divorce can be particularly challenging for those with a high net worth. With more at stake, property division can be complicated and you may be unsure how divorce will affect your family business. In Naples, and in cities around Florida, it is pivotal for couples who are facing these hurdles to go over their case carefully.

Social media and family law issues

If you are involved in a custody dispute, are fighting for your visitation rights, wish to modify your child support order, or are in the middle of a divorce, there are an array of considerations you may have. Beverly L. Brennan is are aware of how those facing family law challenges in Naples can feel overwhelmed or be unsure of how to handle these matters. However, it is important to avoid certain behaviors that can further complicate things. For example, you may want to watch what you post on social media websites.

Dealing with family law matters during holidays

Many different family law issues can wreak havoc during the holidays, from deciding to end a marriage to custody disputes and unpaid child support. At the Law Offices of Beverly L. Brennan, we are very familiar with some of the emotional strains that families face while working through various types of family law matters. During the holidays, you may have to take a closer look at how you handle family law topics for a variety of reasons, especially if you will be spending time with other family members or have children with your spouse.

4 reasons that parents decide not to get married

Unmarried parents are more common in the United States today than they have ever been. In fact, from 1970 to the 2000s, studies found that the percentage of women who had tied the knot before having a first child got cut in half. Studies also found that the percentage of women who were pregnant and unmarried, and who still decided to live with the father of the child when he or she was born, increased dramatically. It jumped from 8 percent all the way up to 28 percent.