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How do premarital agreements impact a Florida divorce?

Many who are planning to get married seek to give themselves a layer of protection with a premarital agreement. There is often a perception that these agreements are limited to those who have significant assets, but anyone can have a premarital agreement, if they choose to. The document itself comes to the forefront when the couple decides to divorce. Whether it is a high asset divorce or a divorce of more modest means, a premarital agreement can add to the complexity of the case. Understanding what the law says about these agreements, what can be in them and when they are unenforceable is critical for both sides.

Ensuring you receive a fair outcome in your Florida divorce

Divorce is typically a time of great personal upheaval. In many cases, you may have to find a new place to live. Other times, you may worry about how to fairly split the assets you have acquired during marriage. Custody of your minor children and the right to visit them is also a common concern.

What are the basics of "probate"?

There are many legal terms that Florida residents have probably heard before, but perhaps they are not too familiar with. "Probate" is likely one of them. When it comes to estate planning and end-of-life needs, probate is an important term to learn. So, what are the basics of probate?

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