Blog Posts in August, 2017

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  • How to Break a Prenuptial Agreement
    How to Break a Prenuptial Agreement

    Prenuptial agreements protect spouses' rights to their assets and income that they amass during their marriage. While we like to think of contracts such a prenup as being unbreakable, that's far from ...

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  • Assets Your Spouse May Be Hiding from You as You Divorce
    Assets Your Spouse May Be Hiding from You as You Divorce

    Divorcing spouses are legally required to fill out disclosures enumerating their many different sources of income, debts they owe, expenses and other assets. Despite the risk of them losing their ...

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  • What Type Visitation Schedule Is Right for You and Your Children?
    What Type Visitation Schedule Is Right for You and Your Children?

    Figuring out which parent is going to have the kids for holidays or birthdays can be difficult. Deciding who's going to take the kids to school, extracurricular activities, and on the weekends doesn't ...

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  • Divorce Mediation: A Great Option for Older Couples
    Divorce Mediation: A Great Option for Older Couples

    When you're young, you're more likely to be hot tempered and fiery. Therefore, when younger couples divorce, tensions can run high and it may be difficult for them to get along and work out their ...

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  • Handling the Division of Complex Assets in Your Divorce Case
    Handling the Division of Complex Assets in Your Divorce Case

    When a partner first starts thinking about leaving his or her spouse, one of the first things thought about is how to divide up his and her belongings. Most commonly that involves deciding who's going ...

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  • How Child Support Is Determined in Florida
    How Child Support Is Determined in Florida

    Every state handles divorces a little differently. In the state of Florida, the courts create what is called a parenting plan. A parenting plan encompasses all of the critical components of ...

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