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Will Filing Bankruptcy Affect Your Employment?

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Filing bankruptcy will impact many areas of your life including your credit score and your future finances. As people consider how their life may change after filing bankruptcy, it is not uncommon for them to wonder if filing bankruptcy will affect their current employment. Fortunately, if you have debts you cannot afford to pay… Read More »

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What Is The Cheapest Way To Get A Divorce?

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Getting a divorce is hard enough. The fact that it can come at a great financial cost only adds insult to injury. Fortunately, ending your marriage does not have to break the bank. In Orlando, as throughout the rest of Florida, there is more than one way to get a divorce. The cheapest way… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Gray Divorce

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The idea of divorce is a scary concept for many people. For couples who have been married for several decades, though, the thought of divorce is downright terrifying. The divorce rate among Baby Boomers has tripled since the 1970s, and these cases are often referred to as ‘gray divorces.’ Gray divorces are becoming far… Read More »

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Considering Divorce? Ask Yourself These Four Questions First

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If you are thinking about ending your marriage, you undoubtedly know it will be one of the biggest decisions you ever make. The divorce process is never one that should be rushed and likewise, you should not make this important decision in haste, either. It is critical that you fully consider what your future… Read More »

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Can You Be Sued During Bankruptcy Proceedings?

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Filing for bankruptcy is a fairly straightforward process, but that does not mean that you will not feel stressed throughout the proceedings. The last thing you need is for someone to file a lawsuit against you. In fact, many borrowers file bankruptcy in order to prevent being sued by creditors. While filing bankruptcy will… Read More »

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How To Make Co-Parenting Work During The Holidays

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The holidays are officially upon us. For many families, the season is a time to give thanks, enjoy great food, and spend time with family members and friends. If you have recently gotten a divorce, however, these holidays may not be as cheerful as they once were. Navigating the terms of the divorce, such… Read More »

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Important Questions To Ask Any Orlando Bankruptcy Lawyer

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If you are struggling with unmanageable debt and are considering bankruptcy as a solution, you are likely already feeling a great amount of stress. Bankruptcy can provide you with a new financial start, but the process is a legal one and it can become quite complex. An Orlando bankruptcy lawyer can relieve you of… Read More »

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How Does Remarriage Affect Alimony?

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When two spouses get a divorce, one party is often ordered to pay alimony to the other. Alimony, also known as spousal support, is meant to help one individual support themselves financially after a divorce. Judges can order one party to pay permanent alimony, although temporary spousal support is much more common. Even when… Read More »

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What Are The Pros And Cons Of Lump Sum Alimony In Orlando?

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Most people who consider alimony, also known as spousal support in Orlando, think about the monthly payments made from one spouse to another during and/or after a divorce. Monthly alimony payments are also known as periodic alimony, but this is not the only type of spousal support ordered by family law judges during divorce… Read More »

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Who Gets The Furniture In An Orlando Divorce?

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Florida is an equitable distribution state, which means that during a divorce a family law judge will divide marital assets and liabilities fairly. This does not necessarily mean marital property is divided equally. Marital assets include many different types of goods acquired by the couple during the marriage, including bank accounts, art collections, and… Read More »

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