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April 2018 Archives

Probation revoked for millionaire accused of domestic violence

While domestic violence may not seem to be too big of a problem, it is much more prevalent in Florida than many people realize. Often, victims do their best to hide what is happening behind closed doors out of fear that they will be further injured or even killed by their abuser. In the circumstances where victims are able to escape unharmed, it is often only after considerable plotting to get around the abuser without being found out.

Nurturing relationships after escaping an abusive situation

When people have been the victims of domestic violence in Florida, one of their greatest challenges is finding a way to escape their relationship and find a place that is safe. Often, this requires thorough planning and careful execution. The slightest misstep could create a major danger or reveal the plan to escape. Once safely away from their abuser, victims are often faced with the emotional trauma of their ordeal, and they have to find ways to overcome their fears to be able to live a successful life. 

How easily can I relocate with my child after my divorce?

At Fried and Fried PA in Florida, we know that when you have a child, particularly a young child, by your ex-spouse, the two of you may have continuing issues regarding him or her after your divorce. One such situation we see most often is when the custodial parent needs or wishes to relocate with the child.

Preventing your divorce from taking your real estate

While your decision to divorce your spouse may provide some immediate relief from constant contention and marital conflict, it may also bring with it a whole new collection of problems. One in particular deals with your ability to maintain your share in the real estate you own with your spouse. At Fried and Fried, P.A., we are experienced in helping people in Florida to work their way through high asset divorce proceedings. 

How can I protect my business from divorce?

If you own a business and are thinking about filing for divorce in Lee County, you might want to come up with a plan first. You might believe your personal life is not going to have an impact on your company. However, you do not want to leave your business vulnerable. Divorce involves the split of marital property. You might have started your company before you married your partner, but there are considerations that might make some or all your business assets marital property. 

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