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Can You File for a Pro Se Divorce If Children Are Involved?

Pro se divorces are gaining popularity across Florida. An increasing number of couples who wish to end their marriage opt for a pro se divorce as a cheaper alternative to traditional divorce.

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What to Expect in the Pro Se Divorce Process

When people decide to file for divorce, they have to choose between hiring an attorney or representing themselves. The latter is known as a pro se divorce.

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Dispelling Common Myths About Mediation

When disputes occur, mediation offers all parties involved in the disagreement the opportunity to discuss their concerns and settle such issues amicably. With the assistance and guidance of a skilled mediator

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Preparing for Mediation

When two or more parties are involved in a contract or agreement, disputes are bound to occur. Whether it’s a business, landlord-tenant, family, or marital contract, mediation allows all parties involved to discuss their disputes with the assistance of a neutral third-party (mediator) and reach a fair resolution amicably.

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Start Moving Forward with Family Law

At BKG Mediation LLC, I understand that family issues like divorce, adoption, child custody, and others can be stressful, emotionally exhausting, and financially draining. If you are dealing with a family legal matter, contact me for help with your case.

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Pros and Cons of Prenuptial Agreement

As a legal document that determines assets division and protection in the event of a divorce, you may consider if you need to get a prenuptial agreement when getting ready to tie the knot. With the increasing number of divorces, you are not alone.

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Reasons a Prenuptial Agreement Is a Great Idea

You certainly plan for your marriage to last forever when entering into it. Sadly, the outcome may not be so.

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Can Prenuptial Agreement Protect My Future Assets

As a legal document, a prenuptial agreement is what couples use to determine the financial or other obligations that could happen in case of a partner’s death or divorce. The primary intention of the prenuptial agreement is to protect assets that you have when you get married.

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Is Prenuptial Agreement Right for You?

With each couple’s uniqueness, it is a personal decision when considering whether to enter into a prenuptial agreement. In the event of a divorce, someone with a high net-worth may want to protect their assets, or a partner may wish to preserve their family-owned business.

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Don't Make These Critical Mistakes with Your Prenuptial Agreement

As you get ready for the big day, the last thing on your mind is the specter of divorce as you look forward to life with your new spouse. After, there is a deep affection between the two of you.

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