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Timeshares and Divorce
Timeshares and Divorce Thu, Mar 26, 2020 Many people across the nation and the world enjoy timeshares. This is where you partly own a property in another locale where you can spend time, usually at least once a year, and for a set period of time. But what happens to the timeshare when you a... Read More

Who Pays for College After a Florida Divorce?
Who Pays for College After a Florida Divorce? Wed, Feb 26, 2020 Often times, spouses going through a divorce want to make sure their children’s college expenses will be paid for by one or both parents.  However, Florida law regarding a parent’s duty to pay for their child’s college education may surprise you. Read More
By Paul E. Rice III

Divorce Without Court
Divorce Without Court Mon, Feb 24, 2020 When your marriage is in trouble, the first thing to do is consult a marriage counselor or individual therapist. Engage in a few sessions to see if you can get strategies to resolve the issues between you. Many times, unhappy marriages are a symptom ... Read More

How Cryptocurrency Complicates Dissolution of Marriage
How Cryptocurrency Complicates Dissolution of Marriage Thu, Feb 06, 2020 All assets of a marriage are reviewed during a dissolution of marriage, including digital funds, as part of what is referred to as equitable distribution. Though not necessarily new, cryptocurrency has seen massive interest in recent years. You may ... Read More

What You Should Know About 'Legal Separation' in Florida
What You Should Know About 'Legal Separation' in Florida Mon, Dec 30, 2019 Separation from your spouse can be a confusing and emotionally-charged time. You may have heard that legal separation does not exist in Florida. That's not entirely true. While there is not a procedure to file for Legal Separation from your spouse in... Read More

5 Dissolution of Marriage Terms You Must Know
5 Dissolution of Marriage Terms You Must Know Mon, Nov 04, 2019 Avoid confusion and ensure everyone is on the same page by fully preparing yourself for upcoming divorce proceedings. Learn everything you need to know through these tips. Read More

Court Invalidates Prenuptial Agreement in Florida Divorce
Court Invalidates Prenuptial Agreement in Florida Divorce Thu, Aug 15, 2019 Prenuptial agreements in Florida are valid and binding if they are well drafted and executed voluntarily after full financial disclosure. Read More

Social Security Benefits after Divorce
Social Security Benefits after Divorce Thu, Aug 08, 2019 Divorcing couples may be surprised to learn that one can file for a spousal or survivor benefit on the record of an ex-spouse. To qualify, you must be single and have been married to your ex for more than 10 years prior to the divorce. Your ex-spous... Read More

Helping Kids Navigate Your Separation
Helping Kids Navigate Your Separation Thu, Aug 01, 2019 Divorce can take an emotional toll on children. Help kids avoid confusion and frustration through open communication and clear explanation. Get started with this advice. Read More

The Meaning of the Tiniest Word in a Prenuptial Agreement Costs Wife $1.5 Mill
The Meaning of the Tiniest Word in a Prenuptial Agreement Costs Wife $1.5 Mill Mon, Jul 22, 2019 The tiniest of words can have the greatest consequence. An appellate court recently ruled that the word “a,” the smallest of words in the English language, could (and in fact did) mean the difference of a million and a half dollars. Read More

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