Co-Parenting During the Holidays
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Co-Parenting During the Holidays

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The holidays are a time of the year when families look forward to gatherings, dinners, and quality time together. However, this can be a daunting time for families if the parents are separated or in the middle of a divorce. Try these tips to make your holiday time as enjoyable as possible when co-parenting: Think…

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Three Common Divorce Mistakes Men Make – And What to Do Instead

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Unfortunately, there are two words that never describe any divorce – “cheap” and “simple.” Because of this, there are several financial mistakes men may make throughout the course of the divorce that they may up regretting later. Jeffrey Feulner, an Orlando divorce lawyer who specializes in men’s rights in a divorce, lists these common blunders…

How to Establish Paternity in Florida
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How to Establish Paternity in Florida

Every child deserves to have a legal dad, and fathers have rights to be a legal parent to their children. Paternity is the legal establishment of the identity of a child’s father. Contrary to common belief, when a man’s name is on a child’s birth certificate as the father, this doesn’t establish paternity. In fact, a mother may…

Negotiating a Marital Settlement Agreement
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Negotiating a Marital Settlement Agreement

If you are considering filing for divorce, you should attempt to negotiate a Marital Settlement Agreement with your soon-to-be ex-spouse. This is not always easy since you must agree on how to divide assets, the award and amount of spousal support, child custody arrangements and all other matters related to your divorce. Below are a…

What to Consider for your Prenuptial Agreement – Part 2
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What to Consider for your Prenuptial Agreement – Part 2

Hopefully you have read our prior blog discussing the first few factors you should consider when negotiating your prenuptial agreement. Below are a few more: Spousal Maintenance Depending on the applicable state law, you may want to create your own terms regarding the payment of alimony. This may be particularly important if one spouse intends…