You cannot submit broad questions like that and expect any type of meaningful response. The purpose of this site is not to take the place of having an attorney. Your questions require facts that have not been addressed. You have not even indicated where the divorce will be filed! You need to hire an attorney. Good luck!
Bill Rosenfelt 407-462-8787 (Orlando/Longwood/Central Florida)
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I agree, you should meet with a Florida Divorce / Family Law attorney if you plan on filing for divorce in Florida. KY and FL have different statues, this can change the outcome of your divorce.
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I agree. A great deal more information would be needed to through review your case and provide with information concerning your rights and obligations in a divorce.
Christian D. Smed, Esq. 407.644.2978
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As stated by my colleagues, you should consult with an Attorney who can evaluate all of the facts of your case and provide you with a Complete Answer. This sounds like a contested divorce since there are issues about Alimony and marital assets and liabilities. FL has equal distribution of the assets accrued during the marriage and the debts. You should speak to an attorney before forfeiting anything that you may be entitled with. The law in FL allows for discovery so you can know what is available and you can make a well-informed decision.
the divorce been filed yet? Is the divorce being filed in FL or KY?
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