When you divorce, you might sell your home. Someday, you know you'll build up that savings account again and buy another home in Florida that reflects your new life. However, planning for that future means the past must be dealt with properly.
A woman running in a hotly contested race for a congressional seat in Miami is battling not only her opponent in the November election but the ghost of her divorce.
Going through a divorce is never easy. One of the most difficult parts of the entire process can be dividing high-priced items. This can include the home, your cars, artwork, collections and any other high-priced item that you might have acquired during the marriage. So, how do you divide these big-ticket items when getting divorced?
It can be very difficult to admit that your marriage is no more, even if you've been having problems for years. The divorce process can be long, arduous and stressful if you and your spouse cannot come to terms on your own. This can lead to making an appearance in front of a judge. The judge will wind up making a decision for you as to how your assets will be divided. One very important topic is selling the marital home during a Florida divorce.