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How to Construct a Solid Separation Agreement
How to Construct a Solid Separation Agreement

If you and your spouse are having issues, you may decide to separate before deciding to divorce or reconcile. If you will be separating for an extended amount of time, it may be wise to construct a agreement that outlines the rights and obligations of each party during the ...

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  • How to Construct a Solid Separation Agreement

    If you and your spouse are having issues, you may decide to separate before deciding to divorce or reconcile. If you will be separating for an extended amount of time, it may be wise to construct a ...

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  • Florida Drug Charges and Penalties

    Florida law enforcement takes an aggressive stance on the possession and distribution of drugs. Prosecutors often seek to impose maximum fines and/or jail time. Five Drug Schedules Florida classifies ...

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  • Florida Gun Charges and Penalties

    Many Floridians have strong feelings about firearms possession. But, because of the technicalities concerning Florida’s weapon and firearm laws, people can easily find themselves on the wrong side of ...

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  • What Are the Penalties for White Collar Crimes?

    A white collar crime is any non-violent, illegal activity committed through deceit with the intention of increasing personal finances. These crimes don’t need to be committed on a massive scale to be ...

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  • Juvenile Crimes in Florida

    Any crime committed by a child under the age of 18 is considered a juvenile crime. While a minor can get arrested and charged for the same crime as an adult, the process and end result are different . ...

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  • Sexual Battery Charges in Leesburg, Florida

    You’re probably very familiar with the term “rape,” which is commonly called “sexual assault.” Here in Florida, the offense of rape or sexual assault is called “sexual battery” under Section 794.011 ...

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