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How to Deal With Financial Issues That Come Up With Your Ex after Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Unfortunately, it can be difficult to anticipate every single financial situation that will come up after a divorce when you share a child. Even if custody and child support is figured out, it doesn’t address who will pay for summer camp, college, a new phone or car for your child if needed, etc. Many… Read More »

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The Most Common Surprises During & After Divorce

By William Wallshein P.A. |

When it comes to divorce, TV and movies can provide us with a lot of misconceptions about the process—one of those misconceptions being that it is always an easy, simple process. We’ve worked with countless clients here in Florida – helping them to get through the divorce process – while protecting both themselves and… Read More »

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Ways to “Divorce-Proof” Your Business

By William Wallshein P.A. |

As attorneys who regularly advise clients contemplating divorce here in Florida, we see a number of people concerned about what’s going to happen to their business in the event of divorce. After years of hard work starting and developing your own business, to lose some of it in divorce – or have to give… Read More »

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The Most Damaging Myths about Prenuptial Agreements, Clarified

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Prenuptial agreements unfortunately suffer from a number of incorrect myths; myths that sometimes prevent couples that need to better plan and prepare for their future from considering the very best tool to do so as they enter into marriage or as their marriage ages. Below, we discuss some of these damaging myths, and try… Read More »

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Active and Passive Effort in the Transformation of Non-Marital Property into Marital Property

By William Wallshein P.A. |

When two people get married, they not only join themselves to each other, but every aspect of their life fuses. This includes marital property, unless the couple otherwise designates that certain assets are individual and should remain separate. If you and your partner are getting married, it is important to speak with an experienced… Read More »

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ABA Looks to Enforce the Inclusion of Miranda Warnings in Other Languages in Police and Law Enforcement Policies

By William Wallshein P.A. |

In the United States, citizens enjoy findamental rights, as outlined in the Constitution. The purpose of the Bill of Rights was to ensure that all citizens were aware of their fundamental rights as citizens and the role that the Government was permitted to have in their lives. Case law has helped in determining the… Read More »

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New Florida Law Prosecutes Fentanyl Dealers as Murderers

By William Wallshein P.A. |

A new Florida law that went into effect on October 1, 2017, now classifies drug dealers who peddle fentanyl under the trafficking and murder statutes. The first-degree murder section now includes verbiage related to adults who sell a lethal dose of fentanyl. This means a dealer who is convicted of first degree murder for… Read More »

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The Future of Deportation, Ineffective Assistance, and Plea Deals to Be Reviewed by the United States Supreme Court

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Dec 22, 2016 In the United States, we have structured our criminal justice system to be adversarial, meaning when a criminal defendant is brought in for trial, it is this defendant against the government. In a trial in which the defendant violated state law, the adversary would be the state, whereas if the defendant… Read More »

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Miranda Rights in Florida

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Aug 12, 2015 Anyone who is arrested in the United States has Miranda rights. This means that they must be advised of their Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights against self-incrimination and to have legal counsel available at the time of questioning. The Miranda Warning The term originated in 1966 U.S. Supreme Court case, Miranda… Read More »

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Conspiracy and Drug Offenses

By William Wallshein P.A. |

Aug 12, 2015 In Florida, in addition to being charged with a criminal offense such as theft or drug trafficking, a person can be charged with conspiracy to commit the crime. Conspiracy means plotting with one or more people to commit a criminal offense. Florida’s drug crimes statute specifically includes a provision addressing and… Read More »

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