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Getting Divorced in Florida? What to Know About Your Estate Planning

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If you and your spouse are separating, it is crucial that you tie up all of the financial and legal loose ends before finalizing your divorce. Estate planning is an important area that can easily get overlooked in the confusion. While Florida has some laws in place that help to make the process easier,… Read More »

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Four Things to Consider Before Signing a Prenuptial Agreement

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While it may not be the most romantic thing in the world, a prenuptial agreement is a sensible choice for some couples. That being said, you should never sign a prenup without giving careful consideration to your feelings, your rights, and your responsibilities. In this article, our Boca Raton and Coral Springs prenuptial agreement… Read More »

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I Am Getting Divorced in Florida: Will I Be Required to Pay Alimony?

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Alimony (spousal support & spousal maintenance) is an allowance paid by a person to their former spouse following a divorce. Under Florida law (Florida Statutes § 61.08), alimony is not guaranteed—it will only be awarded in certain circumstances. For reference, an academic study cited by CNN Money found that alimony is awarded in around… Read More »

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Dissipation of Assets: How to Prove It, Stop It, and Protect Your Rights

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Finances are a contentious factor in many divorce cases—particularly for high net worth couples. In Florida, spouses are entitled to their fair share of the joint property. This raises a question: What happens if your partner is wasting assets before divorce? Fortunately, you have options available. Waste/abuse of marital property is often referred to… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: Deferred Compensation, Profit-Sharing Plans, and Other Complex Benefits

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Under a deferred compensation plan, a portion of an employee’s total pay is “withheld” until a pre-specified future date. Often, but not always, the benefits will not be disbursed until an employee’s retirement. In the modern business, more and more high ranking executives receive a larger and larger portion of their overall salary through… Read More »

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HVW Law Group Featured in The Boca Raton Observer

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Wonder Women: HVW LAW GROUP Everything Family Law – Because Family Is Everything

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The “Wonder Women” at HVW Law Group are featured in the April 2020 Edition of the Boca Observer. As caring and compassionate family law attorneys, Sara Horowitz, Katie Varsegi and Emerald Williams help their clients navigate emotionally challenging issues from divorce and prenuptial agreements to child custody and adoptions. To read the full article… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: How to Uncover Hidden Assets

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Under Florida law (Florida Statutes § 61.075), a divorcing couple’s assets are divided in an “equitable” manner. Of course, marital property cannot be split fairly unless both parties know exactly what they owned—both independently and jointly. If you are going through a divorce, both you and your spouse are required to make financial disclosures. … Read More »

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Florida Divorce: Your Guide to Wedding Rings and Engagement Rings

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Engagement rings are expensive. It is not uncommon for people to spend several thousand dollars—or far more—on a ring. This raises some important questions: Who gets the ring if you never actually get married? What if both parties agree to break off the engagement? What happens if you do get married but end up… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: What are Required Financial Disclosures?

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Before a divorce can be finalized, the parties must divide their divide their assets and liabilities. In Florida, marital property is split in an equitable manner. Of course, it is impossible to fairly divide property if you do not know what you and your spouse own. This is why Florida requires divorcing couples to… Read More »

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