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Florida's Alimony Reform Bill Update
Florida's Alimony Reform Bill Update Mon, Jun 20, 2022 On June 17, 2022, the ‘Alimony Reform Bill’ that passed both chambers of the Florida legislature this past legislative session, was sent to Florida Governor DeSantis’ office for review. The Governor has until the end of this month to approve the bi... Read More

Domestic Violence Charges: Can They Be Dropped?
Domestic Violence Charges: Can They Be Dropped? Wed, Jun 01, 2022 If you’re facing domestic violence charges in Florida, you may be wondering if there is a chance they could be dropped. You have a good reason to hope for that — the consequences of a domestic violence conviction can be severe and lifelong. After you... Read More

The Penalties of Forgery in Florida
The Penalties of Forgery in Florida Wed, Jun 01, 2022 When people speak of forgery, they are referring to the attempt to defraud someone through the use of a false written document. Forgery does not only refer to handwriting. It also includes the production or alteration of any legally significant docum... Read More

4 Steps to Dividing Marital Assets in Florida
4 Steps to Dividing Marital Assets in Florida Tue, Dec 29, 2020 An equitable divorce is possible. Use this guidance to learn how you can protect yourself, your property, and your loved ones. Divorce is a subject that many people aren’t comfortable freely discussing. There are so many ideas and emotions surroun... Read More

4 Key Considerations for Co-Parenting This Summer
4 Key Considerations for Co-Parenting This Summer Mon, Jul 27, 2020 Many co-parents are familiar with the questions raised by the summertime—like where your child will spend their break from school, who will care for them while you or your co-parent is at work, and many more. Now, COVID-19 is bringing even more quest... Read More

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

Felony Convictions and Child Custody
Felony Convictions and Child Custody Mon, Mar 23, 2020 There’s no “rule book” to life, and there are often instances in the past that people feel might come back to haunt their present and future situations. One of those considerations is how a felony conviction could affect child custody. Depending on t... Read More

Why You Shouldn't Violate Probation
Why You Shouldn't Violate Probation Thu, Feb 20, 2020 There are many reasons why you might be placed on probation. In most cases, the court will require certain actions from you, which are commonly known as “special conditions” of probation. Those special conditions couldinclude attending se... 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

How You Can Be Sent to Court Twice (and What You Can Do About It)
How You Can Be Sent to Court Twice (and What You Can Do About It) Thu, Jan 16, 2020 You may have heard the term ‘double-jeopardy.’ It’s based on the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which states that “no person shall be subject for the same offense, or be put twice in jeopardy of life or limb.” However, there are times when... Read More

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