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Prenuptial Agreements

Posted by: Greene & Greene on Wednesday, June 28, 2017
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While stipulations can vary state by state, there are certain things that prenuptial agreements in Florida protect as well as things that, because of the public policy of the state, cannot be covered. 

Collaborative Divorce Defined

Posted by: Greene & Greene on Monday, June 19, 2017
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Collaborative divorce, also known as collaborative law, is a legal process in which couples who plan to get a divorce can work together with their lawyers and additional professionals to come to a mutually beneficial agreement, rather than heading directly to court.

Benefits of Choosing a Collaborative Divorce

Posted by: Greene & Greene on Monday, May 22, 2017
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The collaborative divorce process brings together multiple professional experts, banding together accountants, mental health professionals, custody evaluators and more to partner alongside attorneys and the couple involved as they work out their divorce.

What is the best divorce attorney for you?

Posted by: Greene & Greene on Monday, March 13, 2017
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Choosing the best divorce attorney can be a difficult process and there many different factors to consider when making that decision, besides money. Choosing the right divorce attorney typically depends on what your goals are from the divorce proceedings and your particular circumstances.

What is Alimony Law

Posted by: Greene & Greene on Friday, December 30, 2016
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Preparing for the divorce process can feel like an overwhelming task. There are a lot of things to consider before you turn the page on one chapter in your life to start the next. Commonly people come to us asking us “what is alimony law?” and what does it mean in the state of Florida. We've outlined the three most common things to consider around this topic as you’re preparing for this process and seeking out a divorce attorney.

Divorce vs. Separation

Posted by: Greene & Greene on Monday, December 19, 2016
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When a divorce petition is filed, the court then has jurisdiction to enter orders regarding timesharing, child support, and the division of property. A couple remains legally married until such time that a final judgment of dissolution of marriage is entered. Since Florida does not recognize legal separation of couples, a couple can only be either categorized as married or not married and there is no in-between.

How to File for a Divorce

Posted by: Greene & Greene on Wednesday, December 14, 2016
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Commonly people come to us asking us “how to file for a divorce” and what the necessary steps are in the state of Florida. We've outlined the three most common things to keep in mind as you’re preparing for this process and seeking out a divorce attorney.

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