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Monthly Archives: October 2019

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Do I Need a Prenup If I Only Have an Idea for A Business, But Haven’t Yet Gone into Business?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Prenuptial agreements today are not just about physical assets that you already have, but also ideas that may come to fruition one day; especially when it comes to business (read: tech) startups. This is very important; given that anything that is not claimed as separate property in a prenup will be distributed equitably; pursuant… Read More »

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What Are the Most Common Telltale Signs That Divorce Might Be Inevitable?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

One of the first questions that therapists, counselors, and others who work in the field ask people who are considering getting a divorce is: What is your ultimate goal, and do you think divorce will get you there? Rarely is there one telltale sign that you should get a divorce; instead, there are usually… Read More »

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What Should I Specifically Prepare Before My Wedding in Order to Protect Myself?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Given that, statistically speaking, 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce, in the same way that couples plan weddings and honeymoons, they should arguably put the same amount of effort and planning into not only preventing divorce, but in ensuring that they are protected if divorce comes about. This not only includes developing… Read More »

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What Is the Average Number of Years of Marriage Before Divorce, And Why?

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With 50 percent of all marriages in America ending in divorce (and that’s just the first marriage: 60 percent of all second marriages and 73 percent of third marriages also end in divorce), a number of questions arise as to why this is the case and after how many years of marriage a couple… Read More »

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