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May 2017 Archives

Unmarried parents and child custody

When it comes to family law, various issues arise, all of which can be challenging. From dividing marital property to setting up a child support order, couples may encounter a wide variety of legal hurdles when splitting up. However, if you are an unmarried parent and have children, you may be particularly uncertain of what to do next and worried about custody matters. At Fried and Fried, our Florida law firm is all too familiar with the struggles that parents in this position may be facing.

Could filing for divorce affect my taxes?

When people work through the divorce process, an array of questions and challenges may arise. In Florida, separating from a spouse can cause stress and result in each party financially in various ways. For example, your marital property may be split up, or you may be forced to pay spousal support. However, it is crucial to be aware of other ways that splitting up with your spouse could impact you, such as affecting your taxes.

Reviewing the pros and cons of a prenup

When it comes to marriage, there are a number of individual considerations that are unique to a couple. For example, some couples tie the knot with a relatively modest income, while others get married with significant assets. In Lee County, Florida, and across the U.S., it is important for couples to carefully review their situation and figure out what is best for them. At Fried and Fried, we know how difficult it can be for those who are engaged to deal with prenuptial agreements. As a result, taking a look at the benefits and potential drawbacks of a premarital agreement may be helpful.

Can prenups have a negative impact on child support?

When it comes to prenuptial agreements, you may have an array of considerations to mull over, such as how your property will be divided with your other spouse. In Lee County, and other regions in the state of Florida, some couples who have signed a prenuptial agreement wonder if the contract will affect them in other ways, such as their ability to receive child support or the amount they will be ordered to pay.

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