FAMILY LAW BLOG

7/18/18

Frequent Family Law Issues

  • Dissolution of Marriage (Contested and Uncontested Divorce);
  • Equitable Distribution;
  • Alimony;
  • Child Support;
  • Parenting Issues concerning Child Custody and Timesharing (Visitation);
  • Prenuptial Agreements;
  • Postnuptial Agreements;
  • Modification of Prior Judgments;
  • Enforcement of Court Orders;
  • Marital Settlement Agreements; and
  • Parenting Plans.

As always, please feel free to reach out to Pinson Law, P.A. for any assistance or guidance with understanding these family law issues. We hope that you keep us in mind and thank you for your time! (813) 812-3311.

7/18/18

Financial Documents to Gather for Family Law Proceedings:

  • 3 years of Tax Returns (including, W-2, 1099, and K-1s)
  • Pay stubs for three (3) months prior to proceedings
  • Statements of income not reflected on pay stubs.
  • All loan applications and financial statements prepared or used in within twelve (12) months prior to proceedings
  • All deeds within the last three (3) years
  • All promissory notes within the last twelve (12) months and present leases in your name
  • All periodic statements for the last six (6) months before proceedings for checking, saving, money market, and certificates of deposit
  • All brokerage statements for the last twelve (12) months before proceedings
  • Most recent statements for any pension, profit sharing, deferred compensation, or retirement plan (e.g., IRA, 401(k), 403(b), SEP, KEOGH, etc.)
  • The declaration page, the last periodic statement, and the certificate for any group insurance for all life insurance policies insuring the party's life or life of the party's spouse (also make copies of insurance cards).
  • Corporate, partnership, and trust tax returns for the last three (3) years, if the producing party has 30% ownership interest.
  • All premarital or marital agreements entered into at any time between the parties to this marriage, whether before or during the marriage.

Remember, any income received must be accounted for and proved up in court. Gathering the financial documents mentioned above helps cut down on the time and stress involved with providing discovery to determine your liquidity.

As always, please feel free to reach out to Pinson Law, P.A. for any assistance or guidance with understanding the financial documents that Florida courts require. We hope that you keep us in mind and thank you for your time! (813) 812-3311.

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