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Three-Step Property Divisions in St. Lucie Divorces

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Florida is an equitable distribution state. All marital property, including both assets and debts, must be divided in such a way that the divorce is not an unfair financial burden for either party. That rule is extremely subjective. So, as outlined below, Florida law sets out a number of property division factors. But before… Read More »


Classifying and Dividing Business Property in a Port St. Lucie Divorce

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Very small businesses with fewer than 50 employees account for more than a third of the job growth in the United States. These thriving businesses are also very likely to be caught in divorce proceedings. When that happens, there are emotional and financial issues to untangle. Emotionally, a small business usually represents security. In… Read More »


Five Parenting Plan Requirements in St. Lucie County

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The American family has changed a lot since the 1970s. Today, for the first time in history, most Florida children live in non-traditional households. Typically, these households feature a married mother and father who have been married previously, and they each bring children into the new relationship. These Brady Bunch-type families do not always… Read More »

What Do the Three Cs of Mediation Mean to You?

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In many St. Lucie County family law matters, both parties agree on broad principles, but they disagree on the specifics. For example, in a divorce case, Mom and Dad usually both think that the parenting time provisions should put the children’s needs first. But they disagree as to those needs. They may also have… Read More »


Five Children’s Best Interest Factors in Florida

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In a general sense, the best interests of the child put the child’s needs ahead of pretty much anything else, including the child’s wants and the needs (or wants) of a parent. Additionally, there is a presumption that children benefit from meaningful and consistent contact with both their parents. However, these principles are rather… Read More »

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