Blog Posts in December, 2015

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  • FL Supreme Court Ruling: Prenup Is Contract That Cannot Be Broken
    FL Supreme Court Ruling: Prenup Is Contract That Cannot Be Broken

    The Florida Supreme Court ruled that the terms of a prenuptial agreement stand even if the contract turns out to be a unfavorable for one of the parties well after it has been signed. The ruling came ...

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  • Palm Beach Couple's Prenup Settlement Serves as Lesson
    Palm Beach Couple's Prenup Settlement Serves as Lesson

    The South Florida divorce case of 87-year-old Martin Zelman, an affluent businessman suffering from dementia, and his wife, Lois, has finally reached a settlement. Mr. Zelman’s attorneys, along with ...

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  • Debtor Cannot Defend Foreclosure After Surrendering Property
    Debtor Cannot Defend Foreclosure After Surrendering Property

    Last month, the District Court for the Southern District of Florida issued a bankruptcy court order to urge chapter 7 debtors to surrender real property by directing the debtors to halt all ...

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  • Need An Attorney? Don't Hire Until You Ask These 5 Questions
    Need An Attorney? Don't Hire Until You Ask These 5 Questions

    If you need a legal representation, where do you begin your search to find the best attorney for your case? There are key questions to ask prospective lawyers before you hire them. If the answers you ...

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  • Florida Alimony Reform Legislation is Back Before State Legislators
    Florida Alimony Reform Legislation is Back Before State Legislators

    Supporters of Florida Alimony reform are once again pushing legislation that will change the way alimony is calculated in the Sunshine State. This fall, Senator Tom Lee filed Senate Bill 250, a bill ...

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