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How to set aside a prenuptial agreement Orlando FL

How to Set Aside A Prenuptial Agreement In Florida

By Sean Smallwood |

As Orlando FL divorce attorneys we very regularly here our clients tell us that they wish they had gotten a prenup before they got married. However, a prenup does not always mean that their assets would have been protected. This is because prenuptial agreements in Florida have very specific rules that must be followed… Read More »

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Baby Prenups in Florida: What is it and Do You Need One?

By Sean Smallwood |

An increasing number of parents-to-be in Florida are signing the so-called “baby prenups,” but many expectant parents are unfamiliar with the phenomenon of signing parenting contracts. Many expectant parents praise the idea of signing “baby prenups,” while others consider it a bad idea. After all, these parenting contracts remind couples that their marriage may… Read More »

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Don’t Lose Your Pet In A Divorce: Get a Prenup

By Sean Smallwood |

You might have heard that the term “equitable” in “equitable distribution” means “fair,” but that does not make it hurt any less when the court orders you to sell off property that you had hoped to keep after your divorce, or, worse, to award an asset to your ex when you know in your… Read More »

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Prenuptial Agreements: Myths and Facts

By Sean Smallwood |

Magazines about weddings often contain articles about potentially contentious issues that couples should discuss early in their marriage, or even before taking their marriage vows.  Almost everyone, from magazine editors in the wedding industry to your long-married elderly aunt can agree that you can avoid many conflicts if you and your spouse can agree… Read More »

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