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February 2018 Archives

Include digital assets when estate planning

The world is not the same as it was 50 years ago. It is not even the same as it was five years ago. Generally speaking, our lives have become digitized on a massive scale. Money can come and go without one seeing a physical bank note, and our lives are documented on social media. For many, this digitization has made life easier. But, in some respects, the constantly evolving world around us can lead to new challenges, especially when it comes to estate planning.

How remarriage may affect child support

You are soon to get remarried and are full of questions about how the child support you pay or receive could change. For example, say that you pay child support and your new spouse makes a lot more money than you do. Does that mean your payments are likely to increase?

The factors considered in an alimony determination

Although divorce can certainly bring on emotional pain, the potential for financial damage cannot be ignored. Property division, child support, and alimony can all reshape the way an individual lives post-divorce. In order to get a fair shake in negotiating and litigating these matters, Florida residents need to make sure they understand the law and what evidence they need to put forth to support their position in accordance with the law.

A guide to Florida marijuana laws

Several states are passing medical or recreational marijuana laws. California now has legal marijuana, and a recent news report speculates that Florida may be next. But it may be hard to determine exactly how Florida law treats marijuana. With terms such as legalization, decriminalization and medical marijuana, you may find it confusing to keep track of marijuana laws in the Sunshine State.

Judges can deviate from Florida's child support guidelines

Raising a child to the age of majority is expensive. Initially, parents are inundated with costs for new clothes and furniture, toys, diapers and childcare, which can eat into a family's financial resources quite hardily. Then, as the child ages, other expenses can accumulate, including those related to school, not to mention the day-to-day expenses that must be dealt with until the child turns 18. Meeting these financial needs can be challenging for a couple, but it can become even more difficult or even impossible when a divorce or breakup leaves a custodial parent on the financial hook.

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