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How is the amount of alimony calculated?

When you hear "divorce," the first thing most people think of is "alimony." Alimony, or spousal support, is designed to support the lower-earning spouse after a divorce: the higher-earning partner provides money to the lower-earning partner so that they will receive a...

High asset divorces and where to file

When a couple with significant assets chooses to divorce, they may face a number of complicated issues that other couples never encounter. One of the most common complications is where to actually file for divorce, which may greatly affect the outcomes of the process....

Are you sure your prenuptial agreement is valid?

On your wedding day in Florida, you may have felt excited and a bit nervous as you took the first steps in a new relationship that you were hoping would last your lifetime. Perhaps, you also felt quite confident that you had secured your assets and identified separate...

How can I keep my high-asset divorce private?

For many couples undergoing a high-asset divorce, maintaining privacy is a very important matter. Often, when there are significant assets at stake in the divorce negotiations, it can suddenly become an issue of public interest, which is usually an unwelcome addition...

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