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Monthly Archives: August 2020

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What Your Marital Settlement Should Contain

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Marital settlement agreements are negotiated contracts that contain the terms of a couple’s divorce. As legally enforceable contracts, these agreements play a critical role in a couple’s post-divorce lives, including how their assets will be divided and whether one party is entitled to alimony. Mistakes or a failure to address an important issue can… Read More »

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Is Property or Alimony More Valuable in Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Before a court will grant a couple’s divorce in Florida, the parties will need to contend with a few complicated issues, including property division and alimony. The former refers to how marital assets and debts are divided between two parties upon divorce, while the latter is a term used to describe the financial support… Read More »

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How to Set Aside a Prenuptial Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

While many couples later regret that they did not enter into a prenuptial agreement before getting married, others find themselves wishing that they had not acquiesced to such an agreement. This is especially true for parties who realize that they were taken advantage of during negotiations, weren’t represented by an attorney, or were not… Read More »

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Does Florida Place a Cap on Child Support?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, courts calculate child support based on the Income Shares Model, which involves the application of specific guidelines and that take into account both parties’ incomes and deductions. The parents’ time sharing arrangement, which is based on the amount of time that the child spends with each parent, also factors into the calculation…. Read More »

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Documents You Should Collect to Prepare for Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Besides being a potentially emotionally challenging process, divorce is also complex and involves a significant amount of paperwork. Fortunately, this process can be made much more straightforward if the parties begin collecting important documentation as soon as possible. Although taking this step will save the parties time and money, while also helping things move… Read More »

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Can I Establish Paternity in Florida with a Birth Certificate?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, parents have certain rights and obligations in regards to their children. For instance, while parents have a right to visitation with their children, they are also required to financially support them. Establishing these rights and duties isn’t required in all situations, namely when a couple is married at the time of a… Read More »

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