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Does it matter how marital assets and liabilities are titled? | Divorce and Family Law in Sarasota, FL

Does it matter how marital assets and liabilities are titled? The short answer is no.*   Under Florida law, assets acquired during the marriage individual by either spouse, or jointly, are “marital.”   (Unless an exception applies).  The same is true Source: Does it matter how marital assets and liabilities are titled? | Divorce and Family

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What are the grounds for divorce in Florida?

Florida is a “no-fault” state.  The only claim that needs to be made to request a divorce is that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.” *    In fact, the court may dismiss your case if you incorrectly claim grounds like “adultery,” “mental cruelty,” or “abandonment.” * Section 61.052(1)(a), Florida Statutes.   Section 61.052(1)(b), Florida Statutes, also

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Rick Scott vetoes contentious alimony bill – Florida Politics

Florida Gov strattera dosage. Rick Scott has vetoed a controversial alimony reform bill, saying in his veto letter the legislation had the potential to put the “wants of a parent before the child’s best interest.” The bill was the last one sent to the governor, and is the final bill of the 2016 legislative session

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What is Nesting All About? :

What is Nesting All About?  Nesting is about minimizing disruption for the children when their parents are separating.  The idea is based upon having the children remain in the family home while the parents rotate in and out during their parenting time. When it is mom’s time Source: What is Nesting All About?    Interesting

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