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Monthly Archives: August 2019

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Florida Appeals Court Rules That Defendant Does Not Have to Turn Over Cell Phone Passcode in Response to Warrant

By William Wallshein P.A. |

In June, one Florida appeals court made a very important decision in siding with a criminal defendant who refused to turn over his cell phone passcode to the police; even though they had first obtained a warrant. This is an issue with courts around the country, which are unquestionably struggling to find common legal… Read More »

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The Best Way to Protect Your Money & Assets in Divorce Is Not Via Separate Bank Accounts

By William Wallshein P.A. |

These days, many young people who are interested in getting married are also interested in doing things differently in their marriage, for example, keeping the finances and checking accounts separate. This could be in part because they have seen how difficult it can be to divide assets in the event of divorce, and in… Read More »

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A Look at The Prosecution & Defense of Jeffrey Epstein in & Outside of Florida

By William Wallshein P.A. |

The criminal case against Jeffrey Epstein has dominated news headlines of late. The billionaire is accused of engaging in sex crimes in both Florida and New York. In 2007, US Attorney’s Office in Florida allowed him to plead guilty to state prostitution instead of sexual abuse charges and serve 13 months; mostly from his… Read More »

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How to Minimize Taxes After Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

There is no question that losing the alimony deduction has thrown a huge wrench into divorce negotiations. This deduction has, for many years, played an important part in divorce planning, allowing couples to shift taxable income and, in doing so, save on their tax bills. Therefore, the question ultimately becomes whether anything can be… Read More »

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