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How Simplified Dissolution Works

Many states, including Florida, participate in a marriage procedure known as “simplified dissolution,” an option to end a marriage under certain circumstances. Simplified dissolution, or summary dissolution, is a divorce Read More

Are Spouses Allowed to Hide Their Assets During a Divorce?

In Florida, a couple in the process of divorce must follow mandatory disclosure requirements. These requirements state that spouses must exchange financial information like bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs, Read More

Preparing for Divorce

Once you have decided that divorce is something you and your spouse will follow through with, it is important to be prepared. Ask yourself where you would like to be Read More

Is Real Estate Considered Marital Property?

Following a divorce, the distribution and split of real estate can become a complex process. Every property is unique, and valuation can vary from person to person. Properties come with Read More

Is Annulment an Option in Your Marriage?

When a couple marries, they typically do so intending to remain happily married for the rest of their lives. However, we all know that this isn’t always the case. Countless Read More

A Brief Look at Establishing Paternity

Determining a child's paternity is done for multiple reasons. To collect child support payments, the mother may seek the paternity of her child. The father may want paternity rights to Read More

What Happens With Rental Property?

Rental property during a marriage can serve as a useful income source, but what happens in the event the couple decides to divorce? The legalities may become more complex. The equal Read More

Scenarios Involving Child Relocation

When cases involve the relocation of a child, the needs of both the child and the parent need to be taken into account. Parents can't simply decide to move away Read More

Avoid Parenting Issues With Divorce

With a divorce, parents need to work extra hard to keep the transition as smooth as possible for children as the dynamics between parents lead to major changes. This means Read More

What Happens With Alimony When Remarrying?

The consequences of cohabitation or remarriage and alimony payments may be considered by the Florida courts. It may have an effect on the commitments of their ex-spouse to pay spousal Read More

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