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Divorce in the Time of Coronavirus

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

According to WalletHub, Florida has the second highest divorce rate in the country, which contributes to Florida’s overall rank as the 13th most-stressed-out state in the union. At the moment, all marriages are facing additional stressors around the uncertainty of coronavirus and the added tension that being quarantined or ordered to shelter in place… Read More »

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Divorce and Complex Asset Division

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Divorce can be complicated when spouses have been together a long time, own real estate together, or have children. It can become even more complex when there are high-level assets, businesses, and multiple sources of income revenue. If you are going through a high asset or complex asset division divorce, you need an experienced… Read More »

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Family Law and COVID-19

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Topics surrounding Family Law and COVID-19 (Coronavirus) DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | TIME SHARING | DIVORCE | MODIFICATIONS | CHILD SUPPORT | PATERNITY While many of us are trapped in our homes with our family, others are being kept from their children.   Some are trapped in abusive or unfriendly relationships and still others are in danger of losing their drivers license… Read More »

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Division of Business Assets in Divorce

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Often, the most hotly contested aspect of divorce is asset division. Division of marital property includes businesses, and both parties often feel they have a right to more than what the other party is willing to concede. There are 30.2 million small businesses in the U.S., according to Fundera. As such, the chances of… Read More »

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Divorcing a Spouse that has a Substance Abuse Problem

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

In the United States millions of people suffer from severe drug and alcohol addictions. It may be extremely difficult for you to watch your spouse go through life with a serious addiction. From the withdrawals, irritability, and lack of concern for his or her own personal hygiene, it may feel like your spouse is… Read More »

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Challenging a Divorce Settlement

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Working through the issues of divorce is a process that takes time, patience, flexibility, and fortitude. In other words, reaching a divorce settlement often comes after a considerable effort by each spouse to find common ground in order to move forward. Many divorces are resolved this way, either through direct negotiation or mediation in… Read More »

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Divorce and Home Financing

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

One thing many couples do, as soon as it possible, is buy a home together, usually with the idea of raising a family. This is a major purchase that is commonly financed through a note and home mortgage arrangement. Most home loans are scheduled to be paid off in 30 years and are written… Read More »

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Navigating the Divorce of Adult Children

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Divorce is hard on everyone remotely connected with the couple, and the closer the connection, the more difficult it is to accept the end of the marriage and how it will affect relationships forever. The parents of adult children getting divorced are particularly affected by this decision, and will likely experience profound sadness and… Read More »

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How to Enforce an Alimony Award

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Unless there is a prenuptial agreement, it rare for a person to emerge from divorce financially unscathed. Dividing property and paying support can never really be factored into an individual’s finances, and accounting for this big shift is not easy. This transition is even harder for spouses who lack a work history and/or training… Read More »

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Why Consider Divorce Mediation?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Florida law mandates that divorcing parties attempt to mediate all issues prior to trial.  A good attorney will prepare you for the experience to improve your chances of a good outcome.  If mediation fails, then the case may proceed toward trial. Divorce makes it extremely difficult to maintain a civil relationship with a spouse,… Read More »

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