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Five Things To Avoid When Fighting For Child Custody

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If you are currently going through a divorce and fighting for child custody, the actions you take now and once the case is over are extremely important. A judge will watch your behavior to determine if you are a fit parent and can raise a child, and your spouse may even look for things… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Premarital Agreements

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Premarital agreements are very beneficial contracts that can protect your rights in the event of divorce, but they are also largely misunderstood. Premarital agreements are no longer thought of as the romance-killers that they once were, and people do not always understand what they can and cannot include. If you are getting married and… Read More »

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Why You Should Consider Joint Custody When Getting A Divorce

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Divorce is always a scary thing to go through, and that fear makes people do things they otherwise would not. One of these is fighting for sole custody just to hurt the other party. Unfortunately, this hurts the children involved, too. Divorce is always hardest on the kids, and sometimes, fighting for sole custody… Read More »

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The Long-Term Advantages Of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

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People that are considering filing bankruptcy often first think of filing Chapter 7. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy will discharge most, if not all, of your debt and allow you a fresh start with a clean financial slate. Those that do not pass the Chapter 7 means test, or that otherwise do not qualify, may… Read More »

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How Does The Length Of Your Marriage Affect Your Divorce?

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There are many factors that determine the various terms of a divorce settlement. For example, during child custody hearings, a judge will only consider the best interests of the child in Florida. However, there is one factor that will have a direct impact on certain terms of the divorce case, and that is the… Read More »

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Finding Ways To Co-Parent With Your Ex

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After a divorce or a breakup with your partner, it will often be necessary to co-parent if you share minor children from your relationship. While Florida courts will, in some cases, determine that only one parent should have child custody, the Florida Statutes make clear that it is public policy in the state of… Read More »

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Will My Spouse Receive Half Of My Personal Injury Settlement During Divorce?

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Family law and personal injury law are two different legal areas, but there are times when they intersect with each other. One of these is when you have received a personal injury settlement, or will receive one shortly, and you are going through a divorce. Personal injury settlements are typically made in lump sum… Read More »

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How To Keep Your Pension In A Florida Divorce

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Property division issues are some of the most heated in any Florida divorce. Some couples must divide significant assets, and those often include retirement accounts and pensions. After working your entire life and building up a nest egg, it is natural to want to keep it even after your marriage ends. While your pension,… Read More »

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Important Dos And Do Nots When Filing Bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy is a good solution for those that find they cannot pay their bills due to a large amount of debt. However, the process is not as simple as it may seem at first. There are many steps you should take, and some you should avoid, to give you the best chance of discharging… Read More »

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5 Tips For Co-Parenting Successfully

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Co-parenting after divorce is sometimes extremely difficult. When former spouses cannot agree and remain civil with each other, it is not only hurtful for them, but for the children, as well. It is crucial that co-parents continue providing a healthy and fostering environment for the kids, but this is something that is often much… Read More »

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