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May 2013 Archives

Fathers in custody disputes: a few things to think about

Time sharing, parenting plans, meaningful access: These are of equal importance to caring parents involved in the divorce process, regardless of gender. Loving parents -- both moms and dads -- will want to ensure that they foster a strong, close and continuing relationship with their children, whether they have physical custody as the primary caregiver or seek meaningful access as the non-custodial parent.

Japan finally aligns with scores of other nations on custody treaty

As roundly as its policies in the area have been criticized for many years by other industrialized nations, a recent ameliorative move in the realm of child custody by the Japanese government is now being broadly welcomed and even praised by a number of foreign leaders.

Divorce trusts: Are they suitable alternatives to prenups?

Relevant demographics and statistics related to marriage and divorce in Florida and the rest of the United States well indicate why increased focus is being placed by partners in many relationships on keeping a tighter hold over their assets through prenuptial agreements or in other ways.

Couples in in Florida, nationally, have divorce choices

If you want to aggressively litigate your Florida divorce, the courtroom is obviously available for that purpose. In fact, some element of adversarialism in the divorce process is common in many dissolutions, and having a judge rule on matters ranging from child custody and support to property division and spousal maintenance can make eminent sense.

Report: Jennifer Aniston, slated to marry, will eschew prenup

Once again, the concept of a marital contract is front and center. A prenuptial agreement has a tendency to do that by assuming central prominence over other matters, especially in a marriage that is notable for one, and sometimes both, of the parties bringing substantial wealth to the union.

Gov. Scott surprises many, vetoes permanent alimony bill

After the Florida Legislature sent Governor Rick Scott Senate Bill 718 last week, a strong majority of legislators in both branches of state government -- including virtually all Republican members -- felt confident that the would-be law ending permanent alimony would be agreed with and signed by Scott.

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