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Do you really need to hire a forensic accountant in your divorce case?

Do you really need to hire a forensic accountant in your divorce case?

Do you believe your spouse is hiding assets or sources of income?  Do you or your spouse own a business?  Have you put inheritance money into a bank account opened during the marriage?  Do you or your spouse own a home you owned prior to the marriage?  Has your spouse...

Appeals of Final Orders in Family Law Cases

Appeals of Final Orders in Family Law Cases

A. Initiating the Appeal The most common type of appellate proceeding in family law cases is probably an appeal from a final judgment of dissolution of marriage, but there is the possibility of other final orders that are controlled by Florida Rule of Appellate...

Open For Business?

Open For Business?

We find ourselves in unprecedented times. Not just in the legal community, but in essentially all walks of life and business. The COVID-19 pandemic has swept the globe, leaving few if any sectors of our personal and professional lives unaffected. Staying healthy and...

It is Your Divorce, Not Your Children’s Divorce

It is Your Divorce, Not Your Children’s Divorce

We all know that children are affected by the divorce of their parents.  However, divorcing parents should minimize the children’s exposure to issues of the divorce. There may be strong feelings and animosity between the spouses, but the children should not be forced...

Is “Foreseeable” “Anticipated” in Alimony Modifications?

Is “Foreseeable” “Anticipated” in Alimony Modifications?

Modification of an award of alimony requires a change in circumstances.  For many years, the Florida Supreme Court has required that this change in circumstances be substantial, involuntary, and permanent in nature and not contemplated at the time of the support...

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