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Steps for Divorce

Here are the steps and how the divorce process works in Florida The divorce process begins with one spouse filing a petition for the dissolution of marriage with the circuit court, stating that the marriage is irretrievably broken. The other party...

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The Alimony Reform Bill

Alimony award change expected in 2014 or 2015 Family Law Attorney Joel H. Feldman “Alimony reform legislation is on the minds of quite a few people these days. If you’re likely to pay alimony, you may be getting advice to...

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The Impact of Divorce on Retirement Planning

It is probably no surprise that many Americans will not be able to maintain their pre-retirement standard of living when they retire. Often, retirees find that they must sell their home, obtain a reverse mortgage or take on at least...

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Types of Florida Divorce

The only type of divorce available in Florida is absolute divorce. Within that context, there is another important distinction — fault versus no-fault (although Florida is a no-fault state). Then, there is the question of whether the dissolution of marriage...

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Hire a Family Law Attorney for your Child Support Case

During a divorce, there may be many different disputes between you and your ex-spouse. Alimony and property divisions are just a few examples. Both parties want to get their “fair” share of the assets they acquired during their marriage. In...

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A Good Divorce Lawyer is a Top Priority for your Divorce Case

Going through a divorce is a difficult time. If you and your partner are ready to call it quits, there is a legal process you must go through to put an official end to your marriage. This can be a...

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The Importance of Having a Parenting Plan in Your Divorce

Any divorce with children involved must always consider the best interests of the children. Therefore, Florida law urges parents to reach a mutual and amicable decision. One of the requirements includes a parenting plan. A parenting plan is an important...

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Why You Need a Florida Child Support Lawyer

Dealing with a divorce can be a difficult time, and having children in the mix can make matters more complicated. Under the law, both parents must pay child support. However, how much each parent is liable for,will vary from case...

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What Your Divorce Lawyer Needs to Know About Your Property

Property distribution can become a heated dispute in a divorce case.Having a divorce attorney Boynton Beach represent you in court is in your best interest.There are some important details that you must disclose to your lawyer so that they can...

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Understanding Marital & Non-Marital Property

Florida law requires an equitable distribution of marital property in a divorce. A divorce attorney Boynton Beach can help you through one of the most disputed issues in settlements.There are two important questions here: What is equitable distribution? What is...

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