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Selling Your Home While Going Through A Divorce

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For a couple, agreeing on when to put a house up for sale can be difficult because they may not agree on what time best suits the family and takes advantage of a good market. When the couple is going through a divorce, making this decision becomes more difficult. Divorce brings in more issues… Read More »

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Handling College Savings Accounts After A Divorce

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Many parents who save for their children’s college expenses do so through an investment account such as a 529 College Savings Plan. The parents make contributions to the account and the money gains interest with the total fund designated for the future educational expenses of the children. If the parents get divorced, a question… Read More »

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Enforcing A Child Support Order In Florida

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It is often one thing to have a court order a parent to pay child support, and quite another to have the parent make the ordered payments. Some parents opt not to pay child support, and may take steps to ensure that the other parent does not receive the ordered amount. These steps may… Read More »

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Florida And Legal Separation Of A Married Couple

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In many states when a couple is having irreconcilable differences in their marriage but is not ready to get divorced, the law allows them to take a sort of middle ground. This middle ground is in the form of legal separation. When a couple files for a legal separation instead of a divorce, there… Read More »

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Florida’s Putative Father Registry

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Once a child is put up for adoption, the parental rights of the biological parents are terminated. This means that legally, only the adoptive parents are recognized as the child’s parents. Sometimes, when a mother wants to place the child for adoption, and she has not informed the father, the father’s parental rights may… Read More »

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Prenuptial Agreements

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Prenuptial agreements are more common in modern marriages than they were in the past. Prenuptial agreements are no longer restricted to famous couples. More regular people who want to protect their personal wealth from the consequences of a divorce ask their prospective spouses to sign prenuptial agreements. Prenuptial agreements, also known as premarital agreements,… Read More »

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Getting An Annulment Instead Of A Divorce

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For some people, getting a divorce come be extremely difficult because of religious and social stigma within their communities. Instead of a divorce, a person in this situation may decide to get the marriage annulled, because an annulment would represent a fresh start, without the same religious or social implications as a divorce. However,… Read More »

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Does A Spouse Have To Agree To A Divorce?

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Divorces are not always a result of a mutual decision by both spouses to dissolve their marriage. In some cases, one spouse may decide to get separated and eventually file for divorce. When this happens, the other spouse may be hurt and unsure of how to move forward, and sometimes, wish to stop the… Read More »

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The Cost Of A Divorce

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One of the issues that some people think about as they are about to go through a divorce is what the cost of the divorce will be. In most cases, when people think about the cost of the divorce, they are thinking in terms of the legal fees associated with the divorce. While legal… Read More »

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Can A Divorce Affect My Immigration Status?

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Spouses who marry U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents and get visas in order to stay and work in the U.S. may sometimes worry about what will happen to their status if they get a divorce. The answer to this can be complicated depending on the type of visa the spouse has, and what… Read More »

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