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Remarriage, Cohabitation And Alimony Payments In Florida?

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Remarriage, Cohabitation And Alimony Payments In Florida?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

Often after marriage, divorced individuals meet other people and start new relationships. That is entirely acceptable in Florida. In fact, Florida doesn’t require that divorced individuals wait before getting remarried.  So long as all statutory requirements are met, two unmarried persons can wed, even after divorce. However, a remarriage will generally terminate alimony unless… Read More »

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Florida Child Support Modifications: Learn Some Basics

By The Lasky Law Firm |

One of the main concerns of divorcing parents is whether child support orders are modifiable. Fortunately, because Florida courts understand that changes, whether expected or not, happen in life, parents can petition the court for a child support modification. The party ordered by the court to pay child support and the one granted child… Read More »

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What Floridians Should Know About Gray Divorce

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According to a publication titled “Gray Divorce: A Growing Risk Regardless of Class or Education,” contrary to popular beliefs, the divorce rate in the U.S. among the general population over the past two decades has declined, but doubled among older couples aged 50 and above. When older individuals, generally aged 50 and above, divorce,… Read More »

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What You Should Know About Florida Parenting Plans

By The Lasky Law Firm |

Florida statutes mandate that all divorce cases involving minor children include a parenting plan which is submitted to the Court.  It can be drafted by the parents if the divorce is uncontested or drafted by the Court if the matter proceeds to trial.  The primary purpose of a parenting plan is to set forth… Read More »

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Forensic Accountants: What Is Their Role in Divorce?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

During the divorce process, divorcing parties need to handle financial matters with caution as they spend a considerable amount of time tackling financial issues. In many cases, the divorce process takes longer than expected because of these issues. Even though some divorcing couples have an easy time dealing with financial matters, many face difficulties…. Read More »

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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

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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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Divorce by Default: What Is It?

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The divorce process is draining, both emotionally and financially.  It is even more complicated when a divorcing couple cannot cooperate to end the marriage amicably.  Fortunately,  as a no-fault divorce state, Florida does not require either spouse to prove the reason behind the divorce.  Instead, the law requires only that one spouse prove the… Read More »

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Injunctions for Protection: What Exactly Are They?

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Injunctions for protection are generally what other states refer to as restraining orders. Injunctions for protection are court orders, which, when granted, prevent individuals from acting in specific ways and/or instruct them on how to act. Courts grant injunctions for protection to victims of violence and those in fear of physical violence. An injunction… Read More »

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