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Are you at risk of taking on your spouse's debt after divorce?

Most Florida residents accumulate some sort of debt during their lifetimes. Some individuals may accrue more liabilities than others, and you may have your fair share of outstanding balances as well. While you certainly do not want your debts to negatively impact your family, you may wonder what will happen to your debts and your spouse's debts in the event that you divorce.

It may still be possible to modify your marital split-up judgment

The divorce process can understandably be challenging, especially if you and your spouse struggle to find common ground when tackling matters such as property division. Once the divorce has been finalized, you may breathe a sigh of relief, as you can finally move on with your own life.

Paternity rights are not severed with marital ties in divorce

When you first decided to get divorced, you probably had similar worries as other Florida fathers have expressed in the past, such as whether your marital split might negatively affect your relationship with your children. This is apparently a main concern for many fathers who divorce. If you already enjoy an active, happy relationship with your kids, there's no reason to believe that will end just because you and your spouse end your marriage.

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