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How Does A Port St. Lucie Divorce Affect My Business?

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The nation’s thirty million small businesses employ almost half the country’s workforce. Over the past several years, these businesses have grown faster than large employers, or companies with more than 500 employees. Micro-Businesses with fewer than ten employees are doing especially well. Small businesses may mean more to Port St. Lucie families than they… Read More »


Employment-Based Divorce Modifications In Florida

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Most Americans change jobs at least ten or fifteen times during their adult lives. Since many of these job changes occur prior to age 40, a number of them also involve child custody and child support issues. As a result, a divorce order may need to be modified after every one of these moves…. Read More »


Florida Alimony Reform, Episode III: Revenge Of The Reformers

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State Representative Colleen Burton (R-Lakeland) said she introduced a third alimony reform bill because “it is the right thing to do.” This latest effort contains no time-sharing presumption, which Governor Rick Scott cited in last year’s veto letter. Earlier, in 2013, Governor Scott vetoed a similar measure, specifically objecting that the proposed law applied… Read More »


Divorce And Premarital Agreements

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One fact that gets lost in all the Scottie Pippen/Larsa Pippen divorce tabloid spectacle is ta the couple had a premarital agreement which Ms. Pippen claims is invalid. Prior to the couple’s marriage in 1997, they both signed a premarital agreement that protected Mr. Pippen’s estimated $50 million estate; the former NBA star earned… Read More »


Back For Round Three?

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After months of inactivity, and still stinging from two resounding defeats, alimony reformers may be up for another go in 2017. The Florida Family Law Bar indicated that it might sponsor another bill in the upcoming session, since a last-minute time sharing add-on probably killed the previous measure. One attorney wants to see a… Read More »

New Year, New Divorce Orders

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As the season of peace on earth and goodwill towards men draws to a close and the calendar turns to 2017, many people take a few moments to reflect on the events of 2016 and make some big-picture plans for the new year. Many times, these plans include a divorce modification. But like so… Read More »

The Three Cs Of Mediation

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Prior to family law mediation, about 95 percent of the parties believe that the process will be utterly fruitless. Most people reason that if they could have “talked out” their problems, the court case would have been unnecessary. Yet well over 70 percent of these same people resolve some or all of their differences… Read More »

Pippen Divorce Highlights Property Issues

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In divorce papers he filed in a Florida court, former NBA player Scottie Pippen wants the judge to amend the couple’s prenuptial agreement and order that he pay no alimony to Larsa Pippen; Mr. Pippen also requested full custody of the couple’s four minor children. Rumors swirled about possible affairs on both sides, and… Read More »

The Brangelina Split: An Atypical Divorce With Typical Issues

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Although the matter is far from settled, the Brad Pitt – Angelina Jolie divorce appears to be headed towards at least a semi-amicable resolution. Ms. Jolie filed suit only a few days after Mr. Pitt allegedly hit one of the family’s adopted children during a flight between Paris and Los Angeles. At a subsequent… Read More »

When A Fat Wallet Creates Trouble In Paradise

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Most experts, and most married couples, agree that financial stress is a significant source of marital stress. Rather surprisingly, however, these disagreements most often occur among rather well-heeled couples. Typically, there is a personality conflict between spending and saving, one partner uses money in a power play, or there are disagreements as to money… Read More »

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