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Florida Alimony Legislation Vetoed by Governor

An alimony reform bill expected to succeed was vetoed by Florida's Governor just hours before it would have gone into effect. The Governor vetoed the bill early in May due to objections to the ...
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Parenting Plans in Florida Divorce Cases

In 2009, the Florida legislature turned "child custody" into "timesharing." This legal concept was designed to make the process of determining issues concerning children less ...
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Sherman Oaks Couple Enjoys Living Apart

L.H. and her husband say they have been happily married and living apart for most of their marriage. They have been married for seven years, have a five-year-old daughter together and live about four ...
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Would You Be Benefited by a Cohabitation Agreement?

There are many couples in Tampa and throughout the state, and the nation for that matter, who choose to remain unmarried but not because of a lack of commitment to one another. Everyone has their own ...
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Understanding Asset and Debt Division in a Divorce

Per California law and unless you have a valid prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, all property, assets and debts acquired after marriage belong jointly to both spouses. Therefore, if the couple goes ...
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High-End “Divorce Parties” Continue Gaining Popularity in LV

More and more divorcees seem to be attracted to the growing trend of holding divorce parties in Las Vegas. Getting married is definitely an occasion for celebration and partying with friends and ...
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Mediation in a California Divorce

While some divorces may have fewer issues to handle before they can be finalized, almost every divorce can be said to be a complicated matter due to the importance it has to the parties involved. ...
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Premarital Agreements in California

In California, premarital agreements are governed by Family Code Section 1610 through 1617 and must be written and formalized accordingly. A premarital agreement is defined as “an agreement ...
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Spousal Support Factors in California

Spousal support, otherwise known as alimony, can be a very difficult issue to determine in a California divorce. Left up to the discretion of the court, it can result in varying decisions based on the ...
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California’s Community Property Law in Divorce

In the U.S., there are two different legal ways to divide marital property in a divorce. One is the equitable distribution method and the other is called community property. Nine states use the ...
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Jessica Simpson’s Parents Finalize Property Division in Divorce

The high profile divorce of Jessica Simpson’s parents, Tina and Joe Simpson, was recently finalized. Included in property and assets that the two must split are their Sherman Oaks home and a ...
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Should I See a Divorce Attorney if My Former Spouse and I Agree on Changes to our Divorce Agreement?

The stipulations of a finalized divorce agreement can vary widely depending on the specific circumstances of the couple involved. If you need those agreements changed at some point in the future then ...
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“The Bronze Bomber” Arrested in Las Vegas for Domestic Violence

27-year-old heavyweight boxer Deontay Wilder was in Vegas recently for the Floyd Mayweather fight but made additional headlines for a much different sort of fight. Police were called to the MGM Grand ...
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Divorcing a Missing Spouse in Florida

As a Florida resident, you want to divorce your spouse. Perhaps you have been separated for quite some time and, at this point, you don’t even know where he or she lives. This can pose a problem ...
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Child Support and Its Enforcement in Missouri

Unlike other states where child support is a legal matter connected only with divorce or paternity, in Missouri a parent may petition the courts in regards to child support as a matter all on its own, ...
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The 50 Mile Relocation Rule in Florida Divorce

If you and your spouse have been divorced in Florida, you are subject to the 50-mile rule when it comes to relocating your children. Florida law regarding this matter states that you cannot relocate ...
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Study Shows Low-Income Couples Value Marriage

A study into marriage and divorce among low-income couples was recently published in the Journal of Marriage and Family. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of California Los Angeles ...
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Third Party Child Visitation Rights in Missouri

Grandparents, stepparents, siblings, and others wishing to parent a child are known as "third party parents." These parties have very narrow visitation rights in regards to a child in the ...
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Why You Need a Prenuptial Agreement in California

According to most financial experts, almost everyone needs a prenuptial agreement before they enter into the marriage contract. It may not sound romantic but it is a practical and realistic way to ...
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Domestic Violence Case against Officer Dropped

The domestic violence case against a policeman, D.Z., concerning his wife was dropped recently by Orange County prosecutors. The incident allegedly occurred in late September last year when his wife ...
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