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Prenuptial Agreements For The 99 Percent

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Several recent celebrity divorce news stories have mentioned prenuptial agreements; for example, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West famously signed a prenup in which they agreed that their business earnings would be separate property.  Whereas the old generation tended to associate prenuptial agreements with couples where the parties were vastly unequal in age and wealth,… Read More »

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Your Friends, Your Extended Family, And Your Divorce

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Everyone knows that you should not vent to your children about your divorce and co-parenting stress; not only will it make the divorce more difficult for your children, but it will also count against you in court and make it harder for you to get the parenting time that you want.  The rules are… Read More »

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What Should You Say At Work About Your Divorce?

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Being employed while your divorce is pending can be both a blessing and a curse.  On the one hand, the routine of your workday can give you a much-needed sense of normalcy when almost everything else in your life is in flux.  It can also give you some much-needed money to keep up with… Read More »

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What Does Your Spouse’s Ex Have To Do With Your Divorce?

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Every marriage is unique, but you have probably heard the familiar statistics about factors that influence a couple’s likelihood of divorce.  Couples who are at least 26 at the time of their wedding are more likely to stay together than couples who married young.  Couples who only have sons are more likely to stay… Read More »

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Are Irreconcilable Differences And No-Fault Divorce The Same Thing?

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In the old days, you could only get divorced if you could prove that your spouse had done something unforgivable, such as moving out of your house and cutting off financial support or committing adultery.  The injured party would ask the court to award him or her a divorce, as if the dissolution of… Read More »

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Florida Divorce Mediation Made Painless

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Only the ugliest divorce cases go to trial, but almost all divorces go through mediation.  The courts of Florida require couples seeking a contested divorce to attend family mediation before it will schedule a trial; most of the time, couples are able to finalize a marital settlement agreement (MSA) during or shortly after mediation,… Read More »

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Are You Entitled To Alimony In Your Divorce Case?

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Standup comedians and tabloid journalists can get rich off of alimony without themselves ever having been recipients of a court-ordered alimony award.  The former can play off of the audience’s visceral outrage at the idea of the court ordering someone to continue to support their ex-spouse financially, sometimes even until one of the former… Read More »

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SeniorCouple

What To Do If Your Spouse Surprises You With Divorce Papers After A Long Marriage

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Somewhere there is a worry wart who, ever since she read about Divorce Monday online, dreads the first business Monday of the year, since she is sure that her loving husband will spring divorce papers on her.  She jumps out of her skin every time the doorbell rings or she receives a text message… Read More »

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How Does Divorce Affect Your Health Insurance Coverage?

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Some people stay in unhappy marriages because they do not want to break their marriage vows, while others stay because they fear the unknown.  For many people who initiate divorce, one of the main reasons that they hesitate to get divorced is because they do not know how they can survive financially without their… Read More »

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What Happens If Your Ex-Spouse Does Not Follow The Parenting Plan?

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Drafting a parenting plan is a big project.  It is not just a matter of filling in numbers on a form, such that the children are with you for X days per year and with your ex-spouse for (365-X) days.  The parenting plan also includes details about transportation, holidays, and non-emergency medical care, in… Read More »

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