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The Tax Consequences of Asset Division

Florida residents going through a divorce tend to be very concerned about the costs of asset division and how much of their property they will be able to keep. What many people do not talk about, ...
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Florida Child Custody Disputes: Elian Gonzalez Turns 20

Florida residents likely remember the international child custody dispute over Elian Gonzalez, the Cuban boy who was rescued after he and his mother's boat sunk off the coast of Florida. His ...
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Divorce with Children: Are there any benefits?

No Florida parent has likely ever gone through a divorce without worrying about the effects it might have on his or her children. Most assume that divorce will have extremely negative effects on the ...
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Can gut instincts predict a divorce?

According to researchers, pre-wedding instincts may be an indicator of a future divorce. A study featured in a scientific journal revealed that gut instincts just before a marriage may help predict ...
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Second Paternity Suit Against Michael Jordan Dismissed

Florida residents may remember an old saying that people only know who their fathers are because their mothers told them. These days, what may matter more than the mother's word is the often ...
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Advice for Proper Etiquette inside Florida Divorce Court

Florida residents who are going through a divorce tend to have a lot of fears when it comes to appearing in court. The judge may be reviewing a party's credibility and perhaps trying to determine ...
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Florida Governor Says 2014 May Bring Alimony Reform

Florida alimony continues to be one of the most frequently amended laws in the states. One of the most contested portions is the fact that retroactivity means that some spouses are required to support ...
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The Positives of Equitable Distribution of Property in Florida

Splitting up with one's ex is rarely a walk in the park. After trying to make things work, unsuccessfully, some couples reach a point where it is necessary to start talking about the equitable ...
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Can Florida Divorces with Children Help Children?

Some couples will stay together even though it is clear that they should split up. There are a variety of reasons why a couple might stay married, but usually it is when children are involved that ...
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Details of Former Florida Congressman's Divorce

Celebrity divorces, like that of Joe Scarborough, happen with such frequency that they tend to pass us by in a blur. However, as much as the news media tends to fawn over such a divorce, it should be ...
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Florida State Rep. in Equitable Distribution of Property Lawsuit

Divorce comes with complex challenges emotionally, spiritually and financially. When it comes to the equitable distribution of property, a Florida divorce can take many different twists and turns. ...
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How Florida Parents Can Help Their Children Weather a Divorce

No one will ever say that divorce is easy. In fact, many well-meaning family and friends will say that their own divorce was the most trying experience they ever had to go through. However, if divorce ...
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Divorce Rate for Senior Citizens in Florida and Elsewhere Rising

For the first time in the history of the United States, more American citizens, aged 50 and older, report being divorced than being widowed. Furthermore, as baby boomers continue to live longer, it ...
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The Lies Florida Residents Believe About Divorce

While it may be challenging to see it this way, especially when you are in the throws of an extremely difficult divorce, our friends are not always giving us the best advice. In one respect, the ...
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New Developments in Native American Child Custody Case

New developments have come to light in a high profile child custody case involving the question of Native American tribal law. Florida readers of this blog may have heard about the case of baby ...
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Family Law Debate: Parental Rights in Making Medical Decisions

In some cases, parents do not have total control over the lives of their children. Certain parents who have specific religious or philosophical beliefs, for example, may find themselves up against the ...
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Could 'Wedleases' Make Divorce Easier in Florida?

Divorce and all the pain that comes with it is not a reality that anyone wishes to Face. However, many Florida residents see no other option when differences are irreconcilable. It may be a difference ...
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Florida Activists Fight to Reform State Alimony Laws

When we think of alimony payments, we generally think of ex-husbands who must pay for the living expenses of their ex-wives. However, it is not uncommon for alimony to work the other way around in the ...
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Child Custody and Guardianship: Special Needs Woman Wants Freedom

Child custody cases take many different forms. Some child custody matters arise when two Florida parents are going through a divorce. Others involve a special needs child who requires legal ...
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Teen Musician Chief Keef Accused of Not Paying Child Support

When child custody is awarded to one parent, the court will often require the other parent pay a certain amount of money every month for child support. Many other kinds of arrangements also exist ...
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Parents Have Eventual Win in Unusual Child Custody Case

For Florida parents, the most frightening experience imaginable is the loss of their child. Whether through illness, catastrophe or natural disaster, parents have a deeply ingrained fear of losing the ...
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How to Talk to Your Kids About Your Florida Divorce

Florida parents who divorce have a different set of priorities than couples who do not share children, or whose kids have already grown up and moved on to their own adult lives. Young children will ...
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Florida Women May Not Have Financial Understanding in Divorce

Florida residents facing a divorce may understand not only the emotional toll it can take on a person, but the financial strain as well. Even if a prenuptial agreement is involved, there can still be ...
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Divorce After Infidelity Can Invoke Strong Emotions in Florida

No matter how it gets sliced, divorce in Florida is almost always hard. Moreover, announcing the desire to divorce almost always inflicts pain. Regardless of the tact behind the delivery, requesting a ...
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Media Mogul Murdoch Files for Divorce from Wife After 14 years

Back in 1999, media mogul Rupert Murdoch married his third wife, Wendi Deng. Now, just a short 14 years later, he has filed for divorce. It may not come as a surprise to anyone in Florida that the ...
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