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Monthly Archives: January 2020

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How Do I Protect Myself – And My Inheritance – During Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Although divorce is common, it is far from streamlined. In fact, things can get complicated and ugly very quickly, necessitating that you take steps beforehand to ensure that you are protected during the process.  Below, we discuss the most important steps to take to ensure that the process goes as smoothly as possible for… Read More »

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What Types of Circumstances Warrant Considering a Postnuptial Agreement?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

As attorneys who counsel countless clients in divorce and family law here in Florida, we regularly speak with a number of clients who are interested in prenuptial agreements (prenup”), especially now that couples are often getting married later in life when they have each acquired assets in some cases. However, not enough people understand… Read More »

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Can A Prenuptial Agreement Override The Requirements Of Laws Such As the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Prenuptial agreements are an important part of providing security for a number of individuals and couples contemplating marriage, especially if there are children from previous families and concerns property division expectations, for example. However, it is important to note that prenuptial agreements must also be in accordance with what the law dictates; for example,… Read More »

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How Does Alcohol Abuse Affect Parenting Plans in Florida?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

While the law around child custody (or “timesharing” in Florida) has changed significantly over the years to reflect a growing belief that a child benefits equally from spending time with both parents (specifically, that it is public policy for a child to have “frequent and continuing contact with both parents”), that does not mean… Read More »

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