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DIVORCE IN THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS

In the time of coronavirus, our new reality is being isolated in our homes together.  Being stuck inside […]

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Buying a Home? – GET A HOME INSPECTION

Home inspection services are defined as “a limited visual examination of the following readily accessible installed systems and components […]

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COHABITATION AND ALIMONY

Alimony, or spousal support, is sometimes conditioned upon the supported spouse remaining unmarried and single. In some states, […]

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5 Mediation Strategies for a Successful Divorce Agreement

There are many benefits to choosing mediation for your divorce, but it’s also important to understand and prepare […]

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Checklist: Issues To Discuss With Your Divorce Attorney

A Great Checklist to Work on Before Your Appointment Divorce is complicated — legally, financially, and emotionally. Dividing […]

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HOW TO DIVIDE THE DOG

Florida treats pets as personal property.  Under the laws of our state pets are considered personal property and […]

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Florida Divorce Law Update

Newlyweds usually think that their love is going to last a lifetime. Unfortunately, that isn’t always true. As […]

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Defense of Prostitution Charges – Hire an Experienced Defense Attorney

If you have been charged with a prostitution related crime, you need hire a highly experienced defense attorney […]

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How to Split up Assets During a Divorce

During a divorce proceeding in Florida, the court only divides marital assets and debts. For the purposes of […]

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Help With Florida Real Estate Contracts

Eligibility To file for divorce in Florida, one of the two parties to the divorce must have lived […]

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How to Manage Child Support and Alimony Under Florida Divorce Laws

In Florida, the court can order the non-custodial parent to pay child support to the ex-spouse. The court […]

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Divorce in Florida – A Guide

Eligibility To file for divorce in Florida, one of the two parties to the divorce must have lived […]

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MAJOR CHANGE TO ALIMONY LAWS ON JANUARY 1, 2019

Under the current state of the law, alimony is taxable to the person receiving the payment and deductible […]

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MOLD CLAIMS

We have litigated many claims from people asserting losses for property damage and personal injury because of an […]

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AFTER THE DIVORCE – MY SELF ESTEEM

One of the many things we struggle with as we learn to recover from a divorce is learning […]

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