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Child Custody | Orlando Attorney

Divorce can be a difficult time for a family, especially if children are involved. No parent should have to worry if the financial burden of a divorce will impact proper care or financial support for their children.
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Protecting/Bequeathing Digital Assets

Email accounts, social media profiles, websites, cryptocurrency—each of us leaves behind a digital footprint. But what happens to your digital presence after you die? Your digital assets might be valuable and should be part of your estate plan.
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Divorce and Childcare Costs

Divorce is always hard, but it can be even more challenging when you have children. When you're considering divorce and have young children, your biggest worries are probably how the divorce will affect your kids emotionally and how the divorce will affect your finances and...
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Pandemic Loans and Estate Planning

The Coronavirus pandemic has rocked businesses and families across the country. In Florida alone, as of September 2020, we've had more than 671,000 cases of the virus and more than 13,000 deaths.
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Family Law and The Pandemic

This year has been challenging under the best of circumstances. Since Governor DeSantis placed Florida in a state of emergency on March 9, 2020, non-essential businesses and courts across the state shut down. As of September 14, 2020, Florida has had more than 662,000 cases of Coronavirus and more than 12,000 deaths.
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Dying without A Will During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Estate planning with blended families can prove challenging under the best of circumstances. But this recent Market Watch column raises a nightmare scenario that's popping up far too often in the time of COIVD-19.
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Probate During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has unquestionably changed life as we know it in Florida over the last six months. With more than 542,000 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and more than 8,500 deaths in Florida, attorneys specializing in estate planning are seeing a surge in new business.
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