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How To Ensure Success During Mediation

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The majority of divorce cases in Florida must first go through mediation before they enter the litigation phase. Mediation is a good time to try and reach an agreement with your spouse about the terms of the divorce. You and your spouse will meet with a mediator, who is a neutral third party that… Read More »

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When Is It Time To Consider Bankruptcy?

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Deciding to file for bankruptcy is very difficult, but it is just as difficult to realize when you have to at least start considering it as an option. Bankruptcy is a very good way to clean your financial slate and get off to a fresh start. However, there are some drawbacks to the process,… Read More »

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What Happens If Your Spouse Dies During Divorce?

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Perhaps your spouse had been sick for quite some time and then passed away after the divorce process had started, but was not finalized. Or, maybe your spouse died suddenly, such as if they were in a fatal car accident. Whatever the situation, the death of your spouse will bring on many emotions. It… Read More »

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Study Shows Divorcing Parents More Likely To Settle Out Of Court When Working With A Lawyer

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A recent study has shown that divorcing parents are more likely to settle child custody cases outside of the courtroom when each side is represented by an attorney. Additionally, when each party works with a lawyer when going through a process, parents are also more likely to share joint custody, referred to as “shared… Read More »

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How To Deal With Debts During Divorce

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During a Florida divorce, a couple will have to divide all of their marital assets, as well as any debt they accumulated during the marriage. This can cause a lot of confusion for divorcing couples, because lenders and creditors are not legally bound by the terms outlined in a final divorce agreement. At times,… Read More »

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Common Mistakes Made With Premarital Agreements, And How To Avoid Them

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No one wants to think about divorce before they have even gotten married, but a premarital agreement is a very practical document to have for many couples. While these contracts can protect both sides in the event that the marriage does not work out, they are also some of the most misunderstood documents in… Read More »

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Exemptions In Florida Bankruptcy

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Filing for bankruptcy in Florida is largely like filing in any other state, as debtors must follow federal law. However, Florida law outlines bankruptcy exemptions within the state that must be applied for anyone filing bankruptcy in the state. Fortunately, the exemptions allowed by state law are more liberal than those in other states,… Read More »

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Three Mistakes To Avoid If You Have To Testify In Court

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The majority of divorce cases in Florida are resolved through mediation or simple negotiations between the two parties. In these cases, there is no need to testify before a court. Sometimes though, the couple cannot reach an agreement on certain terms and so, they have to enter litigation. During litigation, a judge will make… Read More »

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Why Use Experts In Divorce Cases?

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No two divorce cases are exactly the same and sometimes, experts are necessary to provide professional and knowledgeable advice. People going through a divorce know how expensive the process is, and they often do not want to pay additional costs to hire an expert. However, the opinions of experts can have a lasting impact… Read More »

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Factors That Could Delay Your Divorce

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Although family courts in Florida were allowed to reopen in 2020 after being shuttered for several months, all of them are still dealing with a backlog that was a problem even before the pandemic hit. Due to those court closures and staff shortages, divorces that require litigation or court hearings have seen the biggest… Read More »

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