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Contemplating a Collaborative Divorce?

By: Nicole Goetz, Esq. For many, a divorce is often one of the most disruptive events that they may experience, and when that dispute plays out in court, the expense, stress and public nature of the conflict simply intensifies the negative experience. There is a process that can be a […]

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Cryptocurrency Counselors: Estate Planning for Digital Assets

By: Anthony Cetrangelo, Esq. Bitcoin seemed like a fad or something that would fade away over time when it was mysteriously introduced years ago. However, it looks like it is here to stay, as corporations, the mainstream media and our politicians are starting to regularly address it. You may even […]

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Why Unmarried Partners Should Care about Estate Planning

By: Gregory Herman-Giddens, Esq. According to a 2019 survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, seven percent of surveyed adults were living with an unmarried partner, up from three percent in 1995. More and more people are entering long-term committed relationships without getting married. Unfortunately, state and federal laws do […]

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Cryptocurrency’s Impact on Florida Divorces

By: Toni Peck, Esq. When I looked over the revised financial disclosures rules implemented by the Florida Supreme Court late last year, there was a brand new disclosure requirement: “Parties in any family law case are now required to disclose to each other any virtual currency transactions within the past […]

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