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6 Reasons You Need a Prenuptial Agreement

A prenuptial agreement is never a romantic proposition. However, having a tough conversation with your spouse now, may help alleviate a lot of heartache in the future. Divorce litigation in Florida can be lengthy, stressful, and expensive. While no couple ever anticipates a divorce, a prenuptial agreement acts as a safety net in the event a divorce becomes necessary. Depending on your circumstances, it may be a good idea to execute a prenuptial agreement. 1. You own a business. If you own a business, you need a prenuptial agreement. The business or any increase in the value of the business may be...

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Quiet Title Actions After A Tax Deed Sale

If you have purchased a property at a tax deed sale that you wish to resell, it is imperative that you have marketable title to the property. In order to obtain marketable title, you may want to file a quiet title action. A quiet title action typically take at least 3 months, but without marketable title, a title company will not issue title insurance on the property. Without having a title company issue title insurance, it will be very difficult, if not impossible to receive fair market value for the property. After you acquire a property at a tax deed...

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When Should I file for a Modification of Alimony?

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If you have recently lost your job or had a reduction in income, you may be able to request a modification of your alimony obligation. Alternatively, if you have reached retirement age or are looking to slow down or retire from your current positions, you may want to consider a modification of alimony. When filing for a Modification of alimony, you must demonstrate to the court a (1) substantial change in circumstances, (2) that was not contemplated at the time of the entry of the agreement or Final Judgment, (3) that is sufficient, material, involuntary, and permanent in nature has...

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Collaborative Divorce: Is it the Way of the Future?

Divorce can undoubtedly bring out the worst in people. Today, one modern development in family law is the collaborative divorce process. Collaborative divorce is known as the kinder, gentler way to divorce. It is a process that encourages communication around difficult issues, allows each side to hear the others' perspective in a safe environment, and uses mental health and financial professionals, as well as attorneys, to guide the parties towards a settlement that addresses their concerns. The collaborative process recognizes that divorce is not just a legal matter, but also a financial and emotional matter. Rather than spending attorneys’ time and...

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