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Dividing up a 401K in a divorce

One typically goes into divorce proceedings in Spring Hill understanding that they will be required to divide many of their personal assets with their soon-to-be ex-spouse. Yet one asset they may not yet be prepared to part with is a portion of their 401K. Many people...

How do I change my name after my divorce?

After a divorce, many women want to step away completely from the marriage and start a new life. For some, this means changing their last name. Most women who do this go back to their maiden name. This is quite common, so Florida law has an allowance for this that...

How can you keep your entire 401k?

You put a great amount of individual effort into your employment in Hernando County; why, then, is your ex-spouse entitled to a portion of the benefits that come from that effort (such as your 401k)? First, it should be remembered that the money that funds your 401k...

The end of marriage and health problems

When a couple splits up, they may be dealing with many different challenges. Those who bring their marriage to an end may be struggling with child custody issues, or they may have concerns about what will happen to their finances during and after the divorce....

Divorce dispute ends in shooting

Many in Hernando County may currently be experiencing domestic abuse at the hands of a spouse. Some might say that those in such situations should simply leave. Those suffering from such violence, however, may find that leaving is not as easy as many outsiders may...

Who gets the pet after a divorce?

Pets are like beloved members of the family to most people. That’s why deciding who gets custody of the pets after a divorce can be so emotionally trying. It’s best for you and your ex to come to an agreement on your own, and PetMD offers the following...