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Vanilla Ice’s Soon-to-be-Ex Accuses Rapper of Hiding Assets in Divorce

Florida property owner Rob Van Winkle—commonly known by the stage name Vanilla Ice—is in the midst of a long-running and contentious divorce battle before a Florida judge. Recently, his estranged wife Laura filed court documents claiming that Vanilla has hidden assets to which she is entitled to a share as part of the divorce…. Read More »

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Divorce of Local Real Estate Scions Becomes a Battle over Division of Massive Estate

After a nearly-70-year-long union, West Palm Beach real estate moguls Burt and Lucille “Lovey” Handelsman are now divorced. Even though the marriage has legally ended, the fight continues over how courts will divide the property they accumulated during seven decades of marriage. Find out more about the hotly-contested split below, and contact an experienced… Read More »

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New Laws Affecting Florida Family Court Litigants Now in Effect

Determining how to share custody after a split can be a hotly-contested issue for unmarried parents. A law that has recently entered into effect in Florida will provide a custody-sharing schedule that parents can use in lieu of hashing out their own, which could expedite the process of reaching a mutually-agreeable custody arrangement for… Read More »

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Hall-of-Famer and Former Miami Dolphin Settles Claim with Ex-Wife

Earlier in 2017, the former spouse of Miami Dolphins defensive end and outside lineman Jason Taylor filed a lawsuit against Taylor to enforce the terms of their divorce settlement . The couple has recently reached a settlement of the multi-million-dollar claim. Jason and Katina, the sister of Jason’s former teammate Zach Thomas, had been… Read More »

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Baseball Player Facing Multiple Lawsuits in Florida Family Court

Miguel Cabrera, a legendary slugger for the Detroit Tigers, has his hands full of legal problems at the moment. Both his wife and a mistress have submitted court filings naming the former MVP as a defendant. Between the two cases, Cabrera could end up paying out tens of thousands in support payments, in addition… Read More »

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Donative Intent Ruling Gives Wife Property Rights

A former husband and wife have been embroiled in a lengthy property dispute because the ex-wife believes that her ex-husband has “donative intent”. The couple were married in 1987. Prior to walking down the aisle both had prenuptial agreements in place which stated that all premarital properties would remain their own in the event… Read More »

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Financially Unstable Ex-Wife Receives Modified Alimony Judgment

A recent case in the UK has highlighted the complexity of requests for modification of judgment in alimony, that could have relevance to high asset divorces here in the United States. Fifteen years after their divorce, an ex-husband has been ordered to increase the monthly payments he makes to his ex-wife after she made… Read More »

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A General Overview of Military Divorce

Most people might assume that being a US service man or woman shouldn’t matter when getting a divorce, but while the legal consequence is the same, there are special rules and requirements that apply to military divorce. If you are a member of the military or a spouse to a US service person and… Read More »

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What Is Alimony, and Who Is Entitled to It?

Alimony is a word that we often hear in a movie, on a TV program, and out on the street, but what does it really mean? The Basics When a married couple is divorced, the court might award “alimony” or spousal support to one of the spouses based either on a pre-existing agreement or… Read More »

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Navigating a Military Divorce in Florida

It may seem difficult to navigate a divorce when an individual is in the military, but it does not have to be. Here are a couple of helpful tips to consider when facing a military divorce. There Are Multiple Places Where You Can File for Divorce Unlike traditional divorces, where you typically need to… Read More »

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