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A Checklist for Marital Assets In Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Depending on the length of your marriage, you and your spouse may have acquired a significant amount of property and assets together. Even in unions lasting only a few years, there is likely to be real estate, personal property, and financial accounts to consider. When filing for divorce, any property accumulated during the marriage… Read More »

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Uncovering Financial Fraud During Your Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

During any type of divorce proceeding, one of the most important decisions that will be made concerns dividing the property accumulated during the marriage. Whether you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse own a lot or a little, obtaining your fair share of the value for real estate, material possessions, and financial accounts is key to… Read More »

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Do I Need A Temporary Relief Order Before My Divorce Is Final?

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Divorce proceedings are as varied and unique as each of the parties involved. While you may know of people in circumstances where these matters were resolved quickly, the timeline depends on numerous factors, not the least of which is you and your former spouse‚Äôs ability to agree on issues such as the division of… Read More »

Should I Move Out of the House if I Am Getting Divorced?

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When one or both spouses decide to file for divorce in the state of Florida, one common immediate question always concerns the marital residence. More specifically, a spouse will often wonder if he or she should stay in the marital home, or move out and leave the home to his or her spouse. This… Read More »

Financial Disclosure Forms and Your Florida Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Like many other states, Florida court requires both spouses in most divorce proceedings to complete a Family Law Financial Affidavit. The point of this form is to make the divorce process as transparent as possible. This step ensures that both spouses know about all property and debts that exist, which may be subject to… Read More »