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What Happens to Valuable Artwork in a Boca Raton Divorce?

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In theory, dividing artwork during your Florida divorce is no different than dividing household items and other assets. If the artwork is considered a marital asset, it’s subject to Florida’s laws on equitable distribution. However, it’s understandable that you might be concerned about the value given that some pieces of art can be worth… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions on Intellectual Property and Boca Raton Divorce

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Intellectual property is tangible or intangible property that was derived from intellect or work. It can be an invention, an idea, or a process. It can also be an application, registration or right related to this property. Dividing intellectual property in a Florida divorce can be difficult and complex, which is why you need… Read More »

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Divorcing in Florida with a Child Who Has Special Needs

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Divorce is typically a contentious process, made worse by tensions and arguments that escalate surrounding property division, alimony, child custody, and child support. Most couples know they should be focusing on what’s important, but they tend to let anger and emotions get the best of them during negotiations. If you have a child who… Read More »

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Temporary Child Custody in Florida

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There are some divorce proceedings that become so adversarial that it’s impossible to effectively co-parent. These situations may even lead to the need for temporary custody orders. It’s important to understand what temporary custody is and what situations may warrant such an order. When you retain a Boca Raton divorce attorney, he or she… Read More »

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Does Florida Have Spousal Privilege?

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Spousal privilege in Florida is also known as “husband – wife privilege” and is covered under Florida Statute Section 90.504. This privilege is designed to prevent one spouse from disclosing certain types of communication that occurred between the spouses. It is to encourage honest communication between spouses without worry or threat that any of… Read More »

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What to Do When Your Ex Won’t Follow a Florida Custody Order

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Even if a Florida court has issued a custody order, there is no guarantee your ex is going to follow it like he or she is required to do. This can make an already frustrating and stressful situation feel even more overwhelming. It can be anything from your ex not bringing your child home… Read More »

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These 5 Mistakes Could Cause Problems in Your Florida Child Custody Case

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Child custody battles are usually anything but amicable. They are contentious, filled with emotion, arguments, and often bad decision making, especially if you attempt to negotiate child custody without the assistance of a Boca Raton child custody attorney. It’s important to retain a skilled and experienced attorney who can help you from making mistakes… Read More »

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What to Know about Property Division in a Florida Divorce

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Deciding who gets what in a Florida divorce can be difficult, and can even feel overwhelming at times. Florida follows the theory of equitable distribution, which means the courts look to divide property in a fair and equitable manner. This is not the same as property distribution in a community property state where things… Read More »

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Is It Ok to Date During Your Florida Divorce?

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After the breakup of a marriage, most people have zero desire to get back into the dating game right away. However, in cases where the marriage was broken down for years or the couple was separated for a long time already, one or both spouses may be interested in getting back out there —… Read More »

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What Happens with Child Support and Special Needs Children in a Florida Divorce?

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Raising children is expensive. There is no arguing that fact. However, if you have a child with special needs, you already know how much more expensive that process can be. And, once a child with special needs turns 18, they likely will still need assistance and support. This means raising a child could be… Read More »

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