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How Can I Leave Assets To My Alma Mater?

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

One of the primary goals of the estate planning process is to create direct pathways for your assets to transfer from your estate to your loved ones after your death. For some, deciding who will receive their assets is a difficult decision, especially if they have few relatives or no relationship with the relatives… Read More »

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Recognize The Different Types Of Domestic Violence

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Domestic violence is always a reason to divorce. One common feature of abusive relationships is the abuser’s continuing promises that he or she will change and that the abuse will stop. If your partner tells you this, do not believe him or her – an abuser cannot change without extensive therapy. Do not wait… Read More »

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Creating A Domestic Violence Escape Plan

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

When you recognize that your relationship is not a healthy one, you should create an escape plan that will enable you to safely exit the relationship. Having a plan before you actually leave can make leaving far less difficult. If you are married to your abuser, divorce should be part of your escape plan…. Read More »

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As a Grandparent, What Are My Rights?

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Grandparents’ rights are part of family law statutes in every state. Some states grant grandparents more rights than others, while some are extremely strict about the circumstances under which grandparents can pursue visitation and custody of their grandchildren. Florida is fairly specific about when and how grandparents can exercise their rights to their grandchildren…. Read More »

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How To Choose A Healthcare Surrogate

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Your estate plans have many components. One of these is your plans for your medical treatment in the future. In your estate plan, you can state your desires regarding certain medical procedures so your doctors and other healthcare providers can act within your desires when you are unable to voice them. In addition to… Read More »

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Why Should I Sign A Prenuptial Agreement?

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

When a couple divorces, their marital assets are divided. Any assets obtained during the marriage are subject to division, as are assets that one party owned prior to the marriage that changed in value due to the spouse’s effort, such as a home’s value increasing after years of the couple improving the property and… Read More »

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Reconciling Your Drastically Different Parenting Styles After Divorce

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

If you have minor children, a parenting plan will be part of your divorce settlement. This document outlines the time your children spend with each parent and each parent’s responsibilities to the children. Parenting plans are most effective when both parents are willing to cooperate with the court’s orders and with each other. Sometimes,… Read More »

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Four Things To Know About Social Media And Your Divorce

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Today, social media permeates many aspects of our lives. Some people use social media more heavily than others, but few can honestly say they do not use any form of social media at all. Just like we have adapted how we plan events, how we commemorate birthdays and other milestones, and how we debate… Read More »

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Waiving Your Right To Receive Alimony

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

In Florida, it is possible to waive your right to seek alimony in your divorce settlement. This right is limited, though, because courts recognize the importance of alimony for individuals working through the divorce process. You cannot waive your right to receive temporary alimony while your divorce is pending, but you can choose to… Read More »

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Your Responsibilities Before Your Uncontested Divorce

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Many Florida couples choose to complete an uncontested divorce to save themselves time and money while avoiding conflict. With this type of divorce, the couple makes their own decisions about how their property will be divided and submits a written settlement to the court. There is very little court involvement with an uncontested divorce… Read More »

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