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Florida Divorces and Estate Planning

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What is the relationship between divorce in Orlando and estate planning? Although making changes to your will or updating your beneficiaries on your life insurance policy might not be the first thing on your mind when you are going through a complex and contentious divorce, it is nonetheless important to keep in mind that… Read More »

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Hidden Assets in a Divorce

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When you file for divorce in Florida, or when your spouse files for divorce, one of the major aspects of any divorce case is the division of marital property. To be clear, under Florida law (Chapter 61 of the Florida Statutes), all marital property is divided according to a theory of equitable distribution unless… Read More »

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Why a Parent May Need to Establish Paternity in Florida

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There are many reasons that a parent may want or need to establish paternity in Orlando, Florida. In some situations, a putative father may seek to establish paternity in order to seek parenting time and other child custody rights as a parent under Florida law. In other scenarios, a child’s mother may seek to… Read More »

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What is the 180-Day Rule in Bankruptcy?

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Whether you are considering Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it is extremely important to work with an experienced Orlando bankruptcy lawyer given the complexity of bankruptcy law. To be sure, there are so many intricacies of bankruptcy law under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, and it can be very difficult for consumers to… Read More »

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Divorce and Child Custody Considerations Around the Holidays

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Are you thinking about filing for divorce, or are you already in the middle of the divorce process? Divorce can be particularly complicated around the holidays, especially when you have minor children from the marriage. Whether you are trying to plan for the holidays with young children in the midst of your divorce, or… Read More »

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Five Co-Parenting Apps You Should Consider After Your Divorce

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Whether you have a difficult relationship with your child’s other parent or believe you will be able to engage in co-parenting with little trouble, it is important to think about how you plan to communicate with the other parent and ensure that both of you have access to necessary information about your kids. As… Read More »

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Technology, Social Media, and Your Orlando Divorce

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When you are planning to file for divorce in Orlando, it is important to think carefully about how you use social media. Given the high rates at which people embrace social media and regularly post on sites like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, you should not assume that your social media persona is a private… Read More »

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How Prenuptial Agreements Can Impact a Divorce

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If you have a prenuptial agreement (also known as a premarital agreement) and are thinking about filing for divorce, it is important to learn more about how your prenuptial agreement may impact your divorce proceedings. When two people enter into a premarital agreement, they often agree to a variety of terms that will be… Read More »

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Is 50/50 Custody Best for Kids?

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When parents in Florida get divorced and have minor children from their marriage, part of the divorce process will involve child custody matters. One part of child custody in Florida is time-sharing. Under Florida law (Fla. Stat. § 61.13), parents can have an equal (or 50/50) time-sharing arrangement, but equal time-sharing is not a… Read More »

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What Are Nondischargeable Debts in Bankruptcy?

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If you are thinking about filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in order to discharge your debts and to get a fresh start financially, it is extremely important to understand that all debt is not automatically discharged when you file for consumer bankruptcy. To be sure, certain types of debts are known as nondischargeable debts… Read More »

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