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Retirement Benefits and Social Security In Your Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

People today begin planning for the future early, which means that retirement benefits could be a factor for young couples going through a divorce. For older adults and those who have been married for decades, you may have counted on these benefits to maintain your standard of living, both now and in the years… Read More »

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Deciding Whether to Keep the Family Home During Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

During your marriage, you and your spouse may have scrimped and saved in an effort to provide a ‘dream home’ for your family, with the idea that it would be the ideal place for your children to grow up and for you to grow old in. When the prospect of filing for divorce changes… Read More »

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Tips for Bringing Up a Pre- or Postnuptial Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When marriages end in divorce, much of the conflict is likely to stem over how property and assets accumulated during the course of the marriage will be divided between each spouse. Having a pre or postnuptial agreement in place can help to protect you both, while potentially avoiding certain conflicts. Unfortunately, some couples fail… Read More »

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Preparing Yourself for a No-Fault Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Even if you and your partner have been growing apart for years and are in agreement that your marriage is in fact over, going through the actual divorce process can prove challenging. If you are on relatively amicable terms and there are no significant disputes or disagreements over marital property division, children, or alimony,… Read More »

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Five Situations to Talk About With a Divorce Attorney

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Filing for divorce can be the obvious end result after years of fighting or simply growing apart from your spouse. It can also come as a complete shock, with divorce proceedings initiated against you seemingly out of the blue. In either situation, it is important to take the steps needed to protect yourself and… Read More »

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Five Reasons to Get a Postnuptial Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

A postnuptial agreement is similar to a prenuptial agreement, in that it protects your rights and interests concerning marital property and assets in the event you and your spouse end up getting a divorce. The main difference is that while couples generally enter a prenup while they are engaged, a postnuptial agreement is not… Read More »

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Three Factors that May Benefit You in Marital Property Division

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Division of marital property plays a key role in any divorce proceedings. Agreements made and orders issued by a judge have the potential to impact you and your financial security for years to come. As experienced Fort Lauderdale divorce attorneys, we act as fierce negotiators on your behalf, carefully reviewing all aspects of your… Read More »

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Five Important Areas to Address When a Long-Term Marriage Ends in Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When spouses have spent decades building a life together, getting a divorce becomes even more complex. Divorce cases involving long-term marriages require special consideration, as your plans may have focused on growing old gracefully together and your financial security may be at stake. The following highlights five important areas that will need to be… Read More »

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Are You Ready for a Divorce?

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Making the choice to end your marriage is never easy, and it is a decision that should not be taken lightly or done in haste. While there are situations, such as those involving domestic violence, alcohol abuse, or illegal activity, that may require you to immediately get out of the relationship, generally you should… Read More »

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Dealing with the Negative Impacts of Divorce on Children

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Going through a divorce, with the disruption that it causes in the home and the impact it has on family members, is hard for everyone involved. Children in particular can suffer fears and doubts about themselves and their overall security, which they often fail to express or communicate with their parents. If you are… Read More »