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Monthly Archives: March 2020

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Figuring Out How Your Pension Could Be Paid Out After Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

The differences in how asset division works in divorce highlights why it is so important to work with an experienced divorce attorney so that you fully understand how to weigh the pros and cons of negotiating different assets in a divorce. Below, we explain how the division of a pension plan as an asset… Read More »

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Florida Group Urges State Attorney General to Prosecute Schools Over Reading Materials

By William Wallshein P.A. |

It may soon be a crime to include certain types of materials in school curriculums here in Florida: In January, the Florida Citizens Alliance urged the state Attorney General to prosecute any schools that are making certain materials available to children; materials that it deems offensive because they include explicit sex scenes and information… Read More »

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What Is the Most Common Reason People Get Postnuptial Agreements? A Discussion Marriage’s Insurance Policy

By William Wallshein P.A. |

As attorneys who practice family law here in Florida, we regularly receive a number of questions about prenuptial (prenup) and postnuptial (postnup) agreements; For example, questions such as: What is the least ‘negative’ way to discuss the need for a prenup with one’s partner? Or, what is the most common reason people get a… Read More »

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Florida Supreme Court Throws Law into Chaos by Removing Unanimity Requirement for Death Penalty

By William Wallshein P.A. |

A recent ruling out of the Florida Supreme Court indicating that it erred in 2016 when it ruled that a jury must be unanimous in sentencing a defendant to death has a number of criminal defendants and criminal justice advocates concerned and has unquestionably muddled existing law, leaving many wondering whether the state legislature… Read More »

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