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Florida Divorce: When Does Separate Property Become Marital Property?

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

Dividing property and assets is one of the hardest parts of getting a divorce. In Florida, divorcing couples are entitled to an “equitable” share of the marital property. Each spouse gets to retain their own separate property. You may have a question: Is it possible for separate property to become marital property? The answer… Read More »

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What Happens When One Parent Wants To Move Away In Florida?

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

Are you a divorced or separated parent in Florida? If there is a child custody order or child custody agreement in place, then Florida’s parental relocation laws (move away laws) affect your rights and responsibilities. In this article, our  parental relocation attorneys provide a guide to our state’s move away laws. Defining Parental Relocation:… Read More »

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Getting Divorced In Florida? Here Are Seven Common Financial Mistakes To Avoid

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

While it is never easy, divorce is something that many other people have gone through. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than 630,000 married couples file for divorce nationwide each year. Far too many of these people make serious financial mistakes during the divorce process. In this article, our… Read More »

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Does A High Net Worth Divorce Take Longer?

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

Divorce is hard. Most people want to be able to move forward with their life. It is an understandable impulse, but it is also important that your divorce is handled properly. This raises an important question: Does it take longer to finalize a high net worth divorce? The answer is yes—at least, it does… Read More »

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How To Protect Your Assets In A High Net Worth Divorce

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

For high income and high asset couples, going through a divorce is especially hard. It is crucial that you take proactive measures to protect your financial interests. At Williams & Varsegi, we provide high net asset divorce representation in Broward County and Palm Beach County. Here, our Boca Raton high net worth divorce lawyers… Read More »

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What Are You Required To Disclose In A High Net Worth Divorce In Florida (Financial Disclosures)

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

Divorce is hard. For high income and high asset couples, ending a marriage can be especially challenging. Not only is there more at stake, but high net worth couples frequently own some complex property or assets. In Florida, marital property is divided equitably in divorce. Each party will be granted their “fair” share of… Read More »

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Equitable Distribution And Divorce: A Three Step Process

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

Splitting up property in a divorce is difficult—particularly for high net worth couples who own complex assets. Under Florida law (Florida Statute § 61.075), a divorcing couple’s marital property is split in an “equitable” manner. Courts have developed a three-step process to apply the state’s equitable distribution standard. In this article, our Coral Springs… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: Does A Stay-At-Home Parent Automatically Get More Timesharing?

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

According to a survey from the Pew Research Center, 27 percent of mothers and 7 percent of fathers report that they are stay-at-home parents. For families with a stay-at-home parent, divorce can be especially challenging. You may be wondering: Does the stay-at-home parent automatically get more timesharing than the working parent?? The answer is… Read More »

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How Is Child Support Calculated In A High Net Worth Divorce In Florida?

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

Going through a divorce is never an easy thing to do. High net worth divorce cases are especially complicated—even more so for parents of young children. In Florida, the non-custodial parent may be required to pay child support to the parent with primary physical possession of the child. This raises an important question: How… Read More »

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Divorce In Florida: Your Guide To Residency Requirements

By Williams & Varsegi, LLC |

The United States is a mobile society. Many people relocate across state lines during the course of their life. For a married couple going through a divorce, deciding where to file for divorce can be complicated. You can get divorced in Florida even if you got married in another state—but you must satisfy the… Read More »

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