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August 2019 Archives

How you can establish parentage to request custody in Florida

Many babies are born to both married and unmarried Florida parents each year. Children born to moms and dads that have taken the plunge are automatically considered to belong to both of them. The same can't be said about babies born to unmarried parents. Maternity is automatic when a child is born. Paternity must be established if a dad wants to have visitation with or gain custody of their son or daughter.

How can I protect my property in case we decide to divorce?

While many people have high hopes that their marriage will stand the test of time as they prepare to walk down the aisle, sadly that's not always the case. There are some things that you should do before and during your marriage and if you two decide to split up to make sure that your sole assets are protected just for you.

Divorce mediation may be key to settling your case

Divorce mediation has gained in popularity in recent years. Some analysts suggest that many divorcing couples used to only think that they could resolve their differences in a courtroom. They argue that it's only in the past few years that the idea of using alternative dispute resolution to help couples and parents more amicably resolve their differences has surged in popularity.

You don't have to settle for paying taxes on alimony

For the past 70 years, spouses ordered to pay alimony could take a tax deduction for their spousal support payments. Recipient spouses didn't have to pay any taxes on the amount that they received. This all changed on Jan. 1 though. Alimony payers can no longer take tax reductions for their payments. Recipients have to now pay taxes on the support that they receive. Even still, there are ways that both parties can reduce their tax burdens.

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