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What Are the Four Major Components of a Will

 Understanding the four key components of a will ensures the document’s clarity and legal validity. The testator’s information, declaration of intent, beneficiary designations, ...
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How To Calculate Child Support in Florida

Figuring out how to calculate child support in Florida can be confusing. The challenge can be even more difficult when dealing with an ...
pros and cons of irrevocable trusts

What Are the Pros and Cons of Irrevocable Trusts?

Irrevocable trusts are attractive estate planning tools when you have assets to protect, but serious financial risks exist. It’s important to seek personalized ...
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How Long Does Probate Take in Florida?

How long does probate take in Florida? The answer depends on many factors unique to each case. Estate administration deals with complex issues, ...
most common child custody agreement

What Is the Most Common Child Custody Arrangement?

Finding a child custody arrangement that suits both parents and the children can be a fine balance—especially amid the complicated emotions of divorce. ...
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How to File an Emergency Custody Order in Florida

Parents with custody disputes typically negotiate to establish a mutually acceptable parenting plan and present it to the court for approval. If parents ...
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How Can a Mother Get Full Custody in Florida?

Florida law generally prefers that both parents participate in raising children. Thus, courts will usually grant each parent time with their children. It ...
How to Avoid Alimony in Florida

How To Avoid Alimony in Florida

Learn strategies for avoiding alimony in Florida. The Law Offices of Travis R. Walker, P.A., can help you understand Florida’s alimony types and ...
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Can You Move Out of State With a Child After a Florida Divorce?

Divorce is a transformative event that reshapes the lives of the separated couple and the children. In recognition of this, Florida has child custody ...
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Is Alimony Taxable in Florida?

Alimony is a key component of many divorces. One partner may be required to make payments to the other after the marriage is ...

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