Married people save money by sharing household expenses. But when divorce strikes, the couple's bills may suddenly double. You need to pay two electric bills, two mortgages and (hopefully) two vacations — often from the same income base. Many people worry that getting divorced will lower their standard of living or that their former spouses will "take them to the cleaners."
Even if you have a valid will, you may need to draft a new one for a variety of reasons. A will is an essential part of planning for the future.
Divorce can be especially difficult on children. In addition to making decisions such as evaluating child support and visitation options, divorcing parents also worry about how their decision will affect their children emotionally.
A little over a week ago the governor vetoed a bill passed by the Florida legislature that would have drastically changed the landscape in domestic relations cases involving alimony.
With variances in resources from county to county, communities are turning to education foundations as a vehicle for initiatives and improvements. The following outlines the basic creation and formation of education foundations in the State of Florida for K-12 Public Schools, while distinguishing between the two primary types of 501(c)(3) education foundations that Florida school districts and private parties can create to support a school district for funding not appropriated by the State of Florida or federal government.