Blog Posts in May, 2013

Does Voided Prenup Raise Florida Divorce Issues in Similar Cases?

A divorce is sometimes a messy, expensive business. Many couples are aware of this fact even before they marry and, as a result, they choose to sign a prenuptial agreement. For years now, prenuptial ...
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Child custody Dispute? Resolve It in the Courtroom

Child custody battles, like those that take place in Florida courtrooms, often leave one parent unhappy with the outcome. While this feeling is common at first, most parents eventually accept the ...
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Florida Divorce Bill Vetoed by Governor Scott

Florida lawmakers, advocacy groups and everyday citizens have had their eyes on Tallahassee for the past few months. A new bill that could seriously affect how alimony is awarded in divorce ...
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High-Profile Divorce Complicated in Florida and Nationwide

Some couples have very few assets, one property or none at all and can usually separate without a fight. For other couples, it is not quite so simple. The more money a couple has, the more difficult ...
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Florida Parents: Pay Your Child Support or Face Consequences

When a court orders child support, the court then expects the parent who has been ordered to do so to make the support payments on time, every time. After all, the custodial parent and, by extension, ...
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