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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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Initiating a Military Divorce in Florida

By Cotter & Zelman, P.A. |

With its 14 active military bases and 94,288 active duty and reserve members, it is no surprise that military divorces are more common in Florida than many other states. Unlike civilian divorces which are typically brought solely under Florida state law, military divorces involve both state and federal law. Specifically, the Servicemembers Civil Relief… Read More »

Dividing Defined Contribution Plans and Defined Benefit Plans in a Florida Divorce

By Cotter & Zelman, P.A. |

Some of the most difficult assets to divide in a Florida divorce case are retirement accounts, and yet retirement accounts often are the bulk of what needs to be divided between parties in a Florida divorce. Two of the most common types of retirement accounts are defined contribution and defined benefit plans. Florida law… Read More »

Motions for Temporary Support, Time-Sharing, and Other Relief in Florida Divorces

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The divorce process can be long and taxing. At times, it can take a few years before a couple finally enters into a final custody agreement, final settlement agreement, and judgment.  Accordingly, particularly if your case is contested, it may be in your best interests to file a Motion for Temporary Support, Time-Sharing, and… Read More »

The Basics of Dividing Property in a Florida Divorce

By Cotter & Zelman, P.A. |

One of the most contentious issues in a Florida divorce case is how property should be divided between spouses. Like the majority of states in the United States, Florida law provides that marital assets and debt should be equitably and fairly divided between the parties. What Factors Are Considered in Dividing Property in a… 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 »

Prenuptial Agreements – What Are They And Why Would You Need One?

By Cotter & Zelman, P.A. |

Although by some assessments divorce rates are in decline, a significant percentage of marriages still end in divorce.  No one likes to think about what would happen in a divorce when they are in love and planning to be married.  Prenuptial agreements, it is presumed, are either for the very wealthy or people who… Read More »

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