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When Is a Premarital Agreement Considered Invalid in Florida?

Monthly Archives: January 2021

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When Is a Premarital Agreement Considered Invalid in Florida?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

Florida couples enter into prenuptial/premarital agreements for a variety of reasons. For example, if you or your partner or both of you have a significant amount of wealth, you might be contemplating entering into a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement will protect you and your partner’s property rights in the event of divorce. Years… Read More »

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How Do Matters of Child Timesharing Work for Unwed Parents in Florida?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

Parents go through a difficult time during the separation period regardless of whether they are married or unmarried, causing parents to struggle with child timesharing matters; however, unmarried parents face some unique problems. Due to these unique challenges, most unmarried parents feel confused and frustrated when they separate from the other parent. Many do… Read More »

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Florida Divorces: Three Common Divorce Myths

By The Lasky Law Firm |

Divorce is not easy, and divorcing parties always want to have as much information as possible before beginning the process. People seek as much information as possible with the hope that doing so will un-complicate divorce. Today, divorcing parties usually rush to the internet to search for information. Friends and family, too, are a… Read More »

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