Blog Posts in May, 2012

Court Grants Sole Child Custody for 'Pregnant Man'

In 2008, Florida residents may remember hearing about a man giving birth to a child. The man was recognized as the world's first ever man to give birth to a child. The transgender man has been ...
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Financial Steps to Help Prepare for Divorce

For some couples in Florida, the decision to get a divorce can be easy. However, for others, it is a difficult decision to make because the love for one another is strong, but there is just something ...
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Insurance After Divorce

As changes to health insurance policies sweep the country, many people in Ocala have questions regarding who is eligible to stay on what policies. Are adult children allowed to stay on their ...
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Future Tax Considerations for Those Planning to Divorce

While tax time for most Florida individuals has come and gone, there are still some that have not filed. Some filers end up taking extensions to sort out complicated issues when it comes to their tax ...
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Technology Works to Uncover Hidden Assets in Divorce Cases

Hiding marital assets is an illegal activity in most states; however, that doesn't keep it from occurring. Individuals sometimes hide assets to keep their spouse from getting a larger divorce ...
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The Crossroads of Religion and Divorce

A couple's religion can often play a huge role in both marriage and naturally, divorce. If they choose to be, a husband and wife are morally obligated to adhere to the guidelines laid out for them ...
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How Social Media Can Sabotage Your Divorce Settlement

As many Florida residents know, social media has taken our world by storm. What was once used to contact old or lost friends and for communication between peers, is now used as a tool for sabotage in ...
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