The Holman Law Firm
Contact Us For A Free Consultation 850-316-8243

August 2014 Archives

Florida residents may want to take certain steps in divorce

Divorce can often be an emotional experience for everyone involved, but if the individuals involved are not careful, more than their emotions could be impacted. Divorce can sometimes damage a person's finances along with their emotional life, and even hurt the individual's credit if they are not careful. However, if Florida residents take certain precautionary steps, they could more easily save their credit from harm.

Flordia residents may need help with hidden assets in divorce

Divorce can be a difficult time for the two individuals involved, and can sometimes make those parties do things that they would not normally do. One of the most common of these actions is hiding assets from their spouse. This is often done so that an individual does not have to share these assets, and it cannot be divided up in court. However, if an individual in Florida going through a divorce has the appropriate assistance, finding hidden assets can be much easier than expected.

Divorce could be made easier for Florida children during school

Divorce can be a difficult process for any children of the parties involved, but when the divorce is occurring during times of change, the process can be much harder. The beginning of the school year is a major change for many children as they prepare to return to school and can often be a stressful time for them. However, this stress can often be multiplied by their parents divorcing if the changes from divorce are not handled properly by the parents. Hopefully, Florida parents who are divorcing can make going back to school a little easier for their children.

Florida parents may have to take extra steps in divorce

Divorce is sometimes a long and difficult process for those involved, but if children are involved, the process can be extended greatly. Many states take great lengths to ensure that children are properly taken care of and will be taken care of long after the divorce. Although this can be a necessary and altogether decent decision by the state, it can oftentimes drag out the divorce and the emotional pain from the process. However, hopefully the following information will help Florida parents who may be wishing to divorce.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

Privacy Policy

Office Location

The Holman Law Firm
1940 W. Saint Mary Avenue
Pensacola, FL 32501

Pensacola Law Office Map