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Protecting you assets without a prenup

Getting married is a joyous eventful time. It is also a time where major decisions are made. Many of these decisions are exciting, such as buying a home, planning a wedding and planning for the future. But when it comes down to the details of the matter, couples can avoid thinking about their personal assets and how they could be impacted by marriage and divorce. While more and more couples use prenuptial and postnuptial agreements to protect assets in case their union ends in divorce, this is a very unromantic and overwhelming conversation to have.

Seeing child support during the divorce process

When couples in Florida and elsewhere decide to start a family, they think about the joy this will bring them. The costs associated with raising a child do not begin to sink in until later. And it certainly sinks in when parents decide to part ways. Determining how to care for a child financially post-divorce can be a difficult decision to make. When a parent requests child support, this could initiate a dispute. However, this is an important family law issue to sort through in the divorce process.

What is a plea negotiation?

Facing criminal allegations is more than enduring the possibility of penalties. It is also the process that the accused must go through, dealing with the possibility that their best criminal defense strategy is not one that could clear his or her name, but rather one that could reduce the consequences involved. Although it is ideal to assert a strong defense in order to have the charges dismissed or obtain a not guilty verdict, it can sometimes be more advantageous for a defendant to make a plea.

Putting children first when developing a child custody plan

It is often inevitable. When couple sin Florida and elsewhere decide to get a divorce, disputes likely ensue. While some of these might be simple or pointless, fueled by the emotions of the process, others can be very serious and drawn out. For divorcing parents, this often means asserting their point of view so a beneficial child custody arrangement can result. But whom should a custody arrangement benefit?

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