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Leveling The Custody Playing Field

On April 19, 2016 by

These days, there is much more talk about “leveling the custody playing field” than ever before. There is an obvious shift in how we think about traditional gender roles in parenting, and there are several reasons why. Today there is more gender equality in the workplace, with women’s salaries equal […]

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Should You Sign A Postnuptial Agreement?

On March 8, 2016 by

Postnuptial agreements are not as widely understood as their predecessor — the prenuptial agreement. They serve the same purpose as a prenup, but are drafted after the couple is married. Since assets and property often accrue and shift during marriage, postnups are created to outline how items would be divided […]

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Florida Alimony Reform Update

On February 24, 2016 by

Alimony reform bills are making their way through the Florida legislature, but as of this week, the leading Senate legislation, SB 668, may hit a roadblock. In addition to modifying ways alimony is calculated and distributed, this bill includes child time-sharing language. That is the component that is currently stalling […]

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