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Steps Every Person Should Take After Their Divorce Judgment is Entered

By Cotter & Zelman, P.A. |

Your final divorce judgment was entered – you come out of the courthouse feeling relieved, anxious, and excited. But it is not over yet. People often believe entering the final divorce judgment is the end to their case and they do not have to take any other steps. However, there are several steps every… Read More »

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Recommendations for Ensuring Your Prenuptial Agreement is Enforceable

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It is becoming increasingly more common for couples to execute prenuptial agreements prior to getting married. The main reasons couples decide to execute a prenuptial agreement are to help reduce litigation in the event of a future divorce and to protect assets from their future spouse. However, just because you and your spouse enter… Read More »

Is Collaborative Divorce Right For You?

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Deciding whether to file for divorce is a difficult decision. Oftentimes people are scared of going through the court and having to pay thousands of dollars for costly and contentious litigation that sometimes results in both parties feeling resentful towards each other. Collaborative divorce offers an alternative to the “traditional” divorce whereby parties work… Read More »

Determining Child Support in a Florida Divorce

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Florida is one of the 39 states that adopts the ‘income shares’ model of child support. This model of support is premised on the idea that minor children should receive the same proportion of parental income that they would receive if their parents remained married. While Florida law (Fla. Stat. Ann. §61.30) directs courts… Read More »

How to Manage Your Social Media Accounts During Your Divorce

By Cotter & Zelman, P.A. |

Over the past few years, social media has become an increasingly prevalent part of people’s lives. When you are going through a difficult divorce, you may be tempted to post on your social media accounts as you usually would. However, if you are not careful about what you post during your divorce, you may… Read More »

Collaborative Law is Not Always the Answer

By Cotter & Zelman, P.A. |

You have probably heard great things about collaborative divorces. “They save money,” “they are less stressful than other types of divorce,” “they allow the couple, not the court, to have control,” and “they make it easier to remain friendly after the divorce,” are all statements you have probably read or heard about this type… Read More »

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