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Family Law

Modification of Support – When the Financial Ability of Either Party Changes

Sean Photo New By Sean L. Collin Posted in Family Law

Modification of Support – When the Financial Ability of Either Party Changes Oftentimes, one party in a divorce proceeding will feel that they were pressured to enter into a “bad deal” or received the “short end of the stick” and will feel compelled to ask the Court to modify their marital settlement agreement (MSA).  These […]

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Equitable Distribution – How are the Assets and Liabilities Divided in a Divorce?

Sean Photo New By Sean L. Collin Posted in Divorce, Family Law

Equitable Distribution – How are the Assets and Liabilities Divided in a Divorce? The distribution of marital assets and liabilities plays an important role in divorce proceedings. As a courtesy to my clients, I created this “cheat sheet” with answers to some frequently asked questions concerning how the Court determines the distribution of assets and […]

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What to do immediately following an automobile accident

Phil Photo New By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Personal Injury

Injured in Automobile Accident? Immediate Steps to Take You have been injured in an automobile accident … now what?   The South Florida accident and injury attorneys at Lyons, Snyder & Collin, P.A. have the experience to answer all questions related to your automobile accident. Our team of personal injury attorneys created this checklist of common […]

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Prenuptial Agreements (Pre Nup) – Valid in Florida?

Phil Photo New By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Divorce, Family Law

Prenuptial Agreements As a family law attorney, I am constantly asked by friends and family about the benefits of entering into a prenuptial agreement and whether they are “valid”.    In short, the benefits are vast and the agreements are absolutely “valid”, if properly prepared. What is a Prenuptial Agreement? A prenuptial agreement (“pre nup”) is […]

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