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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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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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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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When Do You Need Permission To Move With A Child?

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Sometimes after a divorce that involves children, one parent wants to move away for employment opportunities, to be closer to family, or simply for a new start. In many cases, parents can move and even take their child with them, but it is not always so straightforward. If you or your former spouse want… Read More »

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Three Tips For Testifying In Court

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The majority of family law cases do not include an extensive amount of witness testimony. Most of the time, the lawyers for each side negotiate child custody, alimony, and other matters, and the matter is settled out of court. Unfortunately, this is not possible all the time. Sometimes, disputes cannot be resolved and a… Read More »

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7 Mistakes To Avoid In Your High Asset Divorce

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For some married couples, parting ways is not the most difficult part of divorce. Instead, it is dividing up the property that is the most stressful. When a divorce involves one or two parties that have a high net worth or a great deal of assets, this process becomes even more difficult. High asset… Read More »

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Four Property Division Mistakes To Avoid During Divorce

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Some terms of divorce are more commonly debated between couples than others, and the division of assets is one of them. According to Florida’s equitable distribution laws, marital assets are divided fairly during the divorce process, and that does not always mean they are divided equally. There is a lot of room for error… Read More »

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Can You Modify A Premarital Agreement?

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Once, premarital agreements were largely reserved for celebrities or very wealthy couples that wanted to protect their high net worth assets in the event that they got a divorce. Today though, more and more people are drafting a prenuptial agreement before they get married for a variety of reasons. Premarital agreements are a legal… Read More »

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Special Considerations In Gray Divorce Cases

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It is easy to assume that when a couple has been together for several years, particularly when they have been together for decades, that they will be together forever. However, the number of gray divorce cases that involve older individuals has been increasing for the past few years. Gray divorces are governed by the… Read More »

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