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Monthly Archives: November 2019

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What Happens If You Fail to Disclose an Asset or Income Source During a Divorce Settlement?

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Whether a divorce is resolved by a voluntary settlement agreement or contested litigation, it is important for each side to fully and accurately disclose their finances to the other. Financial disclosure is key to resolving issues such as alimony, child support, and the overall division of marital property. If either spouse fails to accurately… Read More »

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Is a Florida Judge Required to Enforce a Private Child Custody Agreement Signed by the Parents?

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Child custody is often a contentious issue between parents who do not live together. Of course, such disputes are never good for the child who is caught in the middle. That is why Florida courts encourage parents to come up with a plan for addressing custody and visitation issues. But it is important to… Read More »

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Florida Court Explains How Pre-Marriage Military Service Credits May Still Be Treated as Marital Property

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Separating marital and non-marital property in a Florida divorce case is sometimes not as simple as you might think. As a general rule, property earned or acquired by either spouse prior to marriage remains their separate property. But what about a situation where a spouse earns a property right prior to marriage that does… Read More »

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What Is the Legal Burden of Proof for Modifying an Alimony or Child Support Agreement?

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

When seeking a modification of an alimony obligation, a Florida judge will require proof that there has been a “substantial” change in the parties’ circumstances that was not expected or anticipated at the time of the original order. And with respect to alimony governed by a settlement agreement, Florida law states that the burden… Read More »

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