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How Is Custody Determined During a Divorce?

How Is Custody Determined During a Divorce?

When divorcing couples in Florida disagree about child custody during divorce, the court will determine their time-sharing with the children. Since 2008, Florida legally utilizes the term “time-sharing” to refer to child custody resulting from a divorce where a court...

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Is a Prenup Agreement a Sure Thing?

Is a Prenup Agreement a Sure Thing?

Individuals who are planning to marry should know clearly what a prenup agreement is, and whether it makes sense to have a prenup in place. The question is particularly important when the individual in question has a substantial amount of assets.  A Florida...

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Asset Division Following a Divorce

Asset Division Following a Divorce

While dividing assets during a divorce, Florida courts will apply the theory of equitable division. Equitable is slightly different from equal in the eyes of the law.  A Florida judge may believe that an arithmetically equal division is unfair in a particular...

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Who Gets to Keep the Pets in a Divorce?

Who Gets to Keep the Pets in a Divorce?

According to the recent National Pet Owners Survey, over 65 percent of Florida homeowners own at least one pet.   When a couple files for the divorce, most people are understandably worried about losing the custody of their pet. Whether it is a dog, a cat, or a...

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“Exclusive Use” Contracts: What are They?

“Exclusive Use” Contracts: What are They?

An exclusive use contract is a clause that’s generally used in commercial leases. What does “exclusive use” mean? It refers to the clause that the tenant can only use the leased property for a specific purpose. One of the most common examples of an exclusive use...

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How Do Courts Determine Custody?

How Do Courts Determine Custody?

According to divorce and family laws in Florida, the courts determine child custody based on what would be in the best interests of the child. During the custody hearing, the court addresses both the physical and legal care of children involved in their parents’...

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