The process of a divorce is not only emotionally draining, but can be financially draining, as well.  There are the normal expenses that occur because of a divorce; child support, lost income, and spousal support.  But, according to Samantha Fraelich, vice president of Bernard R. Wolfe & Associates, a wealth management firm out of Chevy Chase, Maryland, there are other ways in which divorce affects finances.  In an article on latimes.com, Fraelich lists the five most common ways divorce affects one’s finances.

When you have made the difficult decision to file for divorce, seek the advice of an experienced Florida divorce attorney.  An experienced, dedicated attorney will not only assist you in resolving your differences, but will protect your interests as well.