If you have reason to believe your Florida marriage may be coming to an end, it may be due, at least in part, to a breakdown of trust between you and your spouse. If you no longer trust your spouse, you may have valid suspicions that he or she is trying to stockpile assets in an effort to position his or herself well, financially, should the two of you ultimately divorce. At the Law Offices of Beverly L. Brennan, P.A., we have a clear understanding of the tactics divorcing couples sometimes use to conceal assets from each other, and we have helped many clients uncover hidden property, money and possessions to ensure they get their rightful share.
At the Law Offices of Beverly L. Brennan, P.A., we deal with nearly all issues within the general category of Florida family law. You might associate this field with marriage and divorce, but unmarried couples, particularly parents, often need to formalize certain matters through the court system.
One of the major questions divorcing Florida residents may face is what constitutes property that they share under law. Much of their property and assets will be considered martial property and will likely be divided up in a divorce proceeding. However, some property may still be considered the separate property of each party, as the Huffington Post describes in this article.
Ending your marriage can change your life in many different ways. For example, your relationship with your children could be affected or you might experience financial complications. However, preparing ahead can help prevent or reduce the impact of these challenges, in some instances. Moreover, it is important to be aware of the other ways that divorce could affect you. For example, whether you are attending college or one of your children will soon start classes, it may be a good idea to focus on this facet of life if you are approaching divorce.