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Does Florida allow lump-sum alimony?

Divorce can be hard on both spouses financially, but it often takes a more extreme toll on the financial well-being of women. In fact, according to the American Academy for Certified Financial Litigators, the average household income for women over 50 drops by roughly...

Do all divorces need a forensic accountant?

For high-net-worth divorcees, you probably already have a team of financial professionals who have worked on maintaining your marital estate for years (if not decades). These include CPAs, financial advisers, brokers, etc. When you decide to part ways then, it is no...

How are car accident cases settled?

If you've been injured in a car accident, you may wonder how the settlement process works. How is the settlement amount decided? What are the stages of a car accident lawsuit? And what if you don't want to accept the settlement offer? The following information will...

5 Common Commercial Insurance Disputes

When you have an insurance policy, you should be able to trust that the benefits you're buying will be there when you need them. But sometimes things go wrong and disputes arise over who pays for what. In this article, we'll discuss some common areas where...

How can child support end in Florida?

When you divorce, the divorce decree will have a lot of rights and responsibilities for both spouses. For childless couples, that divorce decree will likely be the end of their relationship. However, for divorcing parents, that divorce decree is just the beginning of...

Making a divorce go smoothly

The end of a marriage comes with many emotions. Many are surprised that the end of their marriage feels like a death and may find themselves mourning. And, just like the death of a loved one, the death of your marriage will come with many other legal issues. You will...

What Does Personal Injury Protection Cover?

Personal injury protection (PIP) is a type of insurance coverage that pays medical bills, lost wages and other expenses when you're hurt in an accident. If you're injured in a car crash, for example, your auto insurance would kick in first to cover the cost of your...

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