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Tag Archives: Miami family law

Choosing Your Child’s Guardian

  As a parent, you want only the best for your child’s future. Among the things you may decide to figure out is your child’s guardianship. This can be uncomfortable considering the magnitude of making such an important decision. There are ways to potentially ease the process. It’s not unusual for one of the parents […]

What Happens If a Parent Wants to Move?

Following a divorce, a person may wish to relocate within the state of Florida or move out of the state entirely for countless reasons. If the person is the parent of a child, however, it is not as simple as packing up and moving on. If the parent plans on taking the child with them, […]

Prenups Aren’t Just for Divorcing Couples

As the years pass, the stigma attached to prenuptial agreements continues to evaporate. A greater number of couples are choosing to sign these agreements prior to tying the knot. A prenup is an effective way to be ready for whatever the future may bring, even if the couple remains married until death does indeed do […]

Prenuptial Agreements Benefit All Couples

Same-sex marriage in Florida has been legal since January 2015, opening the door for a greater number of domestic partners to become married. Prenuptial agreements are quite common in heterosexual marriages, but they may also prove useful for married homosexual couples. Prenuptial agreements are typically used to split assets should the marriage result in divorce. […]

You May Wish to Consider a Postnuptial Agreement

You decided to get married and forgo the prenuptial agreement. The topic can be a sensitive issue, but you also have to consider your own protection. Even if you didn’t sign a prenuptial agreement, there is the option of signing a postnuptial agreement. These may be useful in scenarios such as if your spouse launches […]

Hiring the Right Divorce Attorney

When dealing with an issue as sensitive as a divorce, you want to make sure the legal assistance you’ve hired is one that has plenty of years experience and understands the complexities of your case. With that in mind, there are few questions you can ask your divorce attorney to help you make an informed […]

How Does Alimony Work?

Alimony in a divorce is typically awarded if one spouse has the need for alimony and the other spouse is indeed able to pay the alimony. To determine alimony, a court will examine how long the marriage lasted. A seven-year marriage is considered a short-term marriage, while a moderate term marriage is one that lasts […]

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