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Why Divorce Can Be Bad For Business

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Many people are not prepared for the equitable division of assets during a divorce. They are rarely prepared to come to terms with everything that is essentially up for grabs. One of the biggest surprises for many people is that their independently owned businesses may be treated as marital property and divided between them… Read More »

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Do I Have Grounds To Modify My Custody Agreement?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

If you have been through a divorce with children, you might have thought determining custody was the hardest part. Arriving at a custody agreement can be mentally and emotionally taxing, and something you may have thought you only had to do once. However, it is rare that the terms of your custody agreement will… Read More »

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Do I Really Need A Prenuptial Agreement?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

We’re lawyers, not psychics, so unfortunately we can’t tell you with certainty if you will ever need a prenuptial agreement. We can however tell you that we help people everyday who whole-heartedly believed they never would. Even pivoting from the someone cynical what-if perspective, prenuptial agreements serve a number of beneficial purposes that have… Read More »

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Can I Stop Paying Alimony If I Lose My Job?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

You may think that if you lose your job, you are off the hook for making alimony or spousal support payments. However, that is not the case. It is critical that you continue to make your court-ordered alimony payments until you have received permission from the court to do otherwise. Missing a monthly spousal… Read More »

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What Happens To Embryos In A Florida Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Divorce is never a simple process, but the ever-evolving field of reproductive technology has added a couple of layers of complexity. If you are a Florida resident considering divorce, you may be wondering how divorce will impact existing embryos that you made with your partner. Embryos are a particularly complicated area of divorce law… Read More »

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5 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Divorce Settlement

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

It’s hard to put a number on all the effort and sacrifices that you have invested in building a life around a marriage. However, that is exactly what the judge in your divorce court proceeding will attempt to do. When judges are determining how to divide assets in a divorce, they consider what an… Read More »

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Do I Need A Lawyer For An Uncontested Divorce?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Divorce is never easy, even when both spouses are on board and willing to move forward. This is because even when both parties agree to the divorce, there are still countless issues that must be decided on in the process of dissolving a marriage and the life that you built during it. Even if… Read More »

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What To Know About Emancipation In Florida

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Emancipation is the process by which a minor under the age of 18 is essentially unburdened of the disability of being a minor. In other words, a minor who is legally emancipated will have all the rights, privileges, and expectations of a legal adult, and will no longer qualify for support from their parents… Read More »

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The Benefits Of Establishing Paternity

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

For many, paternity is a given. However, establishing it legally is another ball game. If you were not legally married at the time your child was born and did not establish paternity voluntarily at the hospital, you will have to establish paternity before both parents will have equal rights and privileges with respect to… Read More »

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How To Get More Alimony

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

When a marriage dissolves, so do many aspects of the life that you have sacrificed to build. This can be especially hard if you forwent a career or higher education in order to support your spouse by managing the household and raising children. If your sacrifices are then for nothing, you could find yourself… Read More »

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