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Retirement Plan Division in Florida Divorce

Division of martial property and assets accumulated during the course of the marriage is part of any divorce in Florida. Retirement accounts and pensions are also included in the division proceedings. ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Divorce Forces Decision for Couples Running Business Together

It is important to leave one's personal problems at home when running a business. Most entrepreneurs understand this; however, this may be difficult when one runs a business with an ex-spouse. ...
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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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What Is a Temporary Relief Order And Do You Need One?

Making important family decisions about your finances and your children during a divorce can be confusing and frustrating. While you want to protect your own interests, you also want your life to ...
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If I Move Out of the House, Do I Abandon the Property?

I heard this question today, and I told my prospective client that I get this question so often I should probably put something on my blog about it. There are many myths regarding this area of divorce ...
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