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Monthly Archives: November 2020

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Hidden Assets and Mandatory Disclosure in Florida Divorce

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

If you are headed toward a divorce, perhaps you’re concerned that your soon-to-be ex will be less than forthcoming about the assets that are on the table.  If so, having an experienced attorney on your side could be your best bet at getting a fair settlement. Equitable Distribution  In Florida, the law requires that… Read More »

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Must a Judge Explain How a Parent May Regain Their Custody or Visitation Rights?

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

The general rule in Florida family law is that a court may order a modification to an existing time-sharing (child custody) arrangement between parents if there has been a “substantial change in material circumstances.” For instance, the judge might determine that an equal time-sharing arrangement is no longer in the child’s best interest and… Read More »

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Is an Oral Settlement Agreement Enforceable in a Florida Divorce Case?

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Divorce does not necessarily mean a bitter, protracted court fight. To the contrary, most Florida divorce cases are amicably resolved without the need for extensive litigation. In these situations, the parties negotiate a marital settlement agreement (MSA) that disposes of any outstanding issues. Once approved by the court, the MSA becomes part of a… Read More »

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When Can a Florida Judge Order an Unequal Distribution of Marital Assets?

By WiseLieberman, PLLC |

Florida courts follow an “equitable distribution” rule in divorce cases. This means that under normal circumstances, a judge is expected to equally divide any marital assets and liabilities equally between the parties. The judge can, however, make an “inequitable distribution”–i.e., give one spouse a greater share of property–after considering a list of factors provided… Read More »

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