What happens to my stuff during a Divorce?

How does Florida split my stuff? Florida Statute Chapter 61.075 governs equitable distribution of property, assets and liabilities. The courts take a stance that upon marriage, everything that is put into the marriage, including property, assets and liabilities, until the date that the parties file for divorce is all part of the marital pot. Initially, […]

Texting during divorce

Put Down the Phone! In this article, we look at why parties going through a divorce will frequently make the same mistakes time and time again when it comes to damaging text messages and lapses in judgment when texting their soon-to-be-ex spouse. Texting is easy. “Oops…” “I didn’t mean to say that” It takes usually […]

Is Florida a No Fault Divorce State?

Is Florida a No Fault Divorce state? The concept of ‘No Fault Divorce’ is one that has evolved over time as state legislatures attempted to redefine the legal rules surrounding the dissolution of marriages. Historically, states required parties to a divorce to prove ‘fault’ regarding the demise of the marriage. For example, New York required […]

William S Foley – Collaborative Divorce Lawyer Experience

Collaborative Divorce Experience, Training and Involvement: * Completed Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce Training (2010) * Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (2011) * Experience and successful completion of a number of Collaborative Divorce matters, Prenuptial Agreement matters &  Family Law cases all around Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties (2010 – 2015) Please click on our Collaborative […]